The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts appoints Anupam Dasgupta as General Manager of The Leela Palace New Delhi

 The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts appoints Anupam Dasgupta as the General Manager of The Leela Palace New Delhi.

Anupam brings with him over 25 years of extensive hospitality experience having worked with leading hotels like The Oberoi Grand Kolkata, Yak & Yeti Kathmandu, The Trident Hilton Jaipur, Ananda in The Himalayas, Ista Hyderabad and ITC Vilasa. Prior to joining The Leela, Anupam was the General Manager at The Oberoi Mumbai.

Over the years, Anupam has honed his skills in understanding nuanced luxury and is a highly motivated and dynamic leader.  Technically sound, he has pursued excellence, consistently ensuring that his team performs at the highest level. He has independently handled large operations and possesses an astute business acumen with a keen understanding of finance, marketing strategy development and communications. Passionate about talent development, he has mentored many industry leaders with elan.

Anupam is a graduate in Arts from The Delhi University, and an alumnus of IHM Kolkata. He is also a Post Graduate Diploma holder from The Oberoi Centre for Learning and Development (OCLD).

He loves to read classical and modern literature and has many a stage performance to his credit. He has a passion for music and plays the guitar as well as sings. A keen naturalist, he enjoys spending time outdoors, identifying and cataloguing wild animals and birds. A keen sportsman he likes to keep fit by training for Half Marathons.

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