Gordon Fuller, area vice president and general manager of Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, is pleased to announce the appointment of Hervé Mazella as executive assistant manager – food and beverage.
Born in Provence, France, Hervé developed his passion for cooking and hospitality as a child. In the early 1990’s, Hervé studied in a hotel school in France before pursuing his studies in hotel management in Germany. With his enthusiasm for culinary arts and pastry in particular, Hervé was awarded the Vice Champion prize at the “Desserts of France” competition in 1998.
During the early 2000s, Hervé gradually learned about the art of fine dining whilst working in Michelin-starred Relais & Chateaux properties in Provence, before having the opportunity of joining Chef Michel Roux at the famous Michelin three-star Waterside Inn in the UK where he could continue his exposure to the finest of dining environments.
Hervé then joined the Events team of Le Méridien Hotel, Monte Carlo in 2004. He was promoted to conference and banqueting manager before becoming the director of operations at a sister property on the Cote d’Azur. Before joining Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Hervé was the acting executive assistant manager with the Le Meridien in Cairo. Having worked in Europe and the Middle East, Hervé has always aspired to travel further east to experience dynamic, vibrant Asia.
Source = Grand Hyatt Hong Kong