L-r: Alejandro Reynal and Mark Hoplamazian.
Hyatt Lodges Company’s Apple Leisure Group (ALG) now has a brand new man on the prime after president and CEO Alejandro Reynal stepped down.
President and CEO of Hyatt, Mark Hoplamazian, has now assumed management of the division. To help him, Ray Snisky, group president ALG Holidays, is taking over further duties associated to the enterprise coordination and different operational issues.
Reynal has determined to pursue alternatives exterior of ALG, following a tenure of three years with the corporate, which was acquired by Hyatt in November 2021.
He commented: “I’m immensely pleased with what we’ve constructed with the ALG management crew and our colleagues around the globe. We’ve got moved via the hardest time in our business and are available out of it stronger than ever.
“Working with Mark has been an honour – I’m grateful to him and his management crew for the way ALG was welcomed into the Hyatt household and impressed by how our crew has embraced the alternatives this subsequent chapter brings. I firmly consider within the energy of this mixture and am very assured in a vivid future forward for each ALG and Hyatt.”
Hoplamazian praised: “I’m stuffed with deep gratitude and respect for Alejandro’s management all through the acquisition and our sturdy first yr as one firm.
“With experience and keenness, Alejandro has led the ALG crew to a place of energy and ensured ALG’s enterprise grew to become a thriving a part of Hyatt. We’ve got realized so much from one another, and I personally thank Alejandro for his partnership and friendship, which can endure. Transferring forward, I stay up for collaborating much more carefully with every member of the ALG govt committee as we proceed our development journey collectively.”