Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore announces key appointment
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore has appointed Alper Kutnu as Director of Revenue Strategy where he is responsible for driving key revenue strategies and targets for the hotel across all business segments.
Equipped with over two decades of hospitality experience in the luxury portfolio, Alper was most recently Director of Revenue Strategy at The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort. Prior to that, he was the Director of Revenue and Reservation at the Six Senses Resort in Bodrum, Turkey where he oversaw the strategic price positioning for the hotel and achieved double digit growth in RevPAR during his tenure.
A Turkish national, Alper began his career in hospitality as an F&B Management Trainee at Grecotel, a leading luxury hotel and resort chain in Elounda, Greece, before moving into a reservations and revenue roles across brands such as the Hilton and Kempinski, in Istanbul and Bodrum respectively.
Outside of work, Alper enjoys reading and playing soccer with his daughter.
About The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Centrally located along Singapore’s Marina Bay, this 608-room luxury hotel continues to be
distinguished by unparalleled hospitality synonymous with The Ritz-Carlton brand.
Exciting local attractions such as Gardens by the Bay, the Art Science Museum, the Integrated Resorts and the Singapore Flyer are only minutes away, while over 2,000 shopping and dining options are accessible via a covered sky bridge.
Renowned for iconic views from its spacious guest rooms and suites, the hotel features an exclusive Club Lounge on level 32.
World-class dining options include Colony which showcases a true taste of Singapore, the one Michelin star Summer Pavilion, or the 1960s inspired Republic, which is ranked No.16 of Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2023.
Exclusive La Mer facials and ESPA body treatments can be enjoyed at the award-winning Ritz-Carlton Spa.
This is a press release from The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. Asia Markets sometimes makes small edits for editorial reasons.