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Ambassador, New Delhi appoints Sheetal Singh as General Manager


Ambassador, New Delhi has announced the appointment of Sheetal Singh as the General Manager. Sheetal joins the landmark Hotel after her successful role as Director Rooms at Taj Bangalore. As a leader in championing gender diversity and inclusion, IHCL’s latest appointment is in line with the Company’s ongoing efforts in creating an equitable workplace and ecosystem, while empowering women in the hospitality industry.

Sheetal brings with her years of valued knowledge and experience gained from her association with leading international and domestic hospitality groups. She has successfully essayed various roles since joining IHCL in 2008. Sheetal is a Hotel management graduate from the Institute of Hotel Management Pusa and did her post-graduation Diploma from the Welcome Group Management Institute.  In her new role, Sheetal will be responsible for the continued success of Ambassador, New Delhi – IHCL SeleQtions, through her strategic leadership, and operational excellence. Her expertise lies in improving overall guest satisfaction, bringing innovation in day to day tasks and harnessing team strength. She believes in working with a strong focus on quality and strategy.

Speaking on her appointment as General Manager, Ambassador, New Delhi, Sheetal Singh said, “I am excited to embark on this new chapter and to join this talented team that continues to offer our guests the warm and attentive SeleQtions experience and service that defines the brand. It is my endeavor to take the hotel to greater heights with innovative SeleQtions offerings to our guests. Along with my team, I look forward to creating new milestones for this landmark hotel in the heart of the city.”

Ambassador, New Delhi is the Capital’s first IHCL SeleQtions Hotel – a named collection of Hotels known for their legacy, heritage and a sense of place. An INTACH listed heritage building, built in 1947 by the colonial architect Walter George is a poetic medley of British and Art Deco style that gives our guests an experience of rich heritage of colonial India while walking through the beautifully designed corridors.


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