HYATT Hotels certainly has a lot of talented people among its staff. Take, for example, Fa’a Tialino, meeting connection sales manager at the Hyatt Regency Maui, Hawaii.
He is the first to admit he has a burning desire to play with fire. After business he steps away from his desk in the sales office to perform as a fire dancer in a Polynesian show, called Drums of the Pacific. In Australia, Queensland’s answer to Michael Flatley is found at the Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove.
By day, Gary Daly assists guests, but at night he hangs up his uniform for Irish dancing shoes. Gary has 12 Australian championships to his credit, and has been teaching Irish dancing for 26 years. While Andrea Rottmann, a waitress at Hyatt Regency Cologne’s gourmet restaurant, certainly bends over backwards to help guests. She has been a top gymnast in Germany since she was 11 years old.
And Teresa Martin, sales executive at Hyatt Regency La Manga in Spain, is a fiery flamenco dancer in her spare time. Finally, Timothy Lee, stewarding manager at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong is also a Chinese opera singer. So, guests beware of dancing staff in the lobby, while an opera singer belts out Chinese classics.
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