Hyatt Pune appoints Mokshta Chauhan as Rooms Division Manager starting April, 2018. With a rich experience of over a decade by her side, Ms. Chauhan is set to take Hyatt Pune to new heights in terms of guest experience and guest relations. Her forte has been in Front Office operations and her last assignment was with The Movenpick, Bangalore as a Front Office Manager.
Mokshta Chauhan has a degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management and has been working in the hospitality industry since 2008 in renowned hotel chains like The Oberoi, Hilton and Movenpick. With Hyatt Pune, Mokshta commences a second stint with Hyatt Hotels; she was previously associated with Park Hyatt Goa as Assistant Front Office Manager and Hyatt Regency Gurgaon as Front Office Manager.
With an experience of a decade, Mokshta’s résumé boasts of reputed hotels belonging nowhere else, but the big league and is a certified departmental trainer with Hyatt Hotel Corporation.
Quoting Mokshta Chauhan on the occasion of her appointment, she says, “I am excited being back
@WorldOfHyatt as Hyatt has always given me a sense of belonging. I am looking forward to broaden my horizon of handling overall room’s portfolio with support of the laudable team at Hyatt Pune.”
While hotels remain her prime passion, Mokshta also enjoys writing, and operates a travel blogging website called www.misswithmigratorywings.com.
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