Marco Tabet Named New GM at Hilton Los Cabos

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Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort is welcoming a new general manager to its staff: Marco Tabet. Tabet is returning to the Hilton Los Cabos after a departure in 2012.

In his new role, Tabet will oversee all aspects of Hilton Los Cabos, including hotel management, guest experience and overall day-to-day operations of the 375-room hotel.

Tabet brings back to Hilton more than 20 years of luxury resort and hotel experience. Previously, Tabet served as Hilton Los Cabos’ director of food and beverage from 2007-2012. To further his craft and skills, Tabet left Hilton Los Cabos in 2012 to serve as the general manager of Waldorf Astoria Panama and Hilton Lima Miraflores.

Tabet once held a commercial apprenticeship from Banca della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano, Switzerland, before later attending Geneva Hotel Management School. He is fluent in Italian, English, Spanish and French.

The seasoned hospitality veteran initially joined Hilton in 1996 at the Hilton Madagascar, where Tabet began his early concentration in the food and beverage department. Throughout his career, he has held several leadership positions at a variety of Hilton properties, including Hilton Curaçao, British Colonial Hilton Nassau, Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort, Waldorf Astoria Panama and Hilton Lima Miraflores, as well as the former Hilton Tobago and Hilton Caracas.

“Serving as director of food and beverage at Hilton Los Cabos was a pivotal moment in my career as it provided the tools and skillset to guide my success as a general manager,” said Tabet. “I am honored to take part in the continued success of this exceptional property and I grateful to once again call Hilton Los Cabos home.”

 

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