Jehan Wick

Hotel Yangon Group

Jehan Wick is a seasoned professional hotelier with over 25 years’ experience in luxury hospitality, the last 20years of which were spent in Asia and Australia. Jehan 1st arrived in Yangon, Myanmar in April 1997 and then once again in June of 2012, in between from 2006 to 2012 Jehan spent a successful five and half-year stint as Operations Manager at Grand Mecure Hydro majestic Blue Mountain and General Manager of Airport Sydney International, New South Wales, Australia the MKH group’s most profitable property. Previously, he worked in various executive positions in hotel management as well as food & beverage operations at several of the other hotels, including The Seoul Renaissance, South Korea and Colombo Renaissance Sri Lanka.

An Australian national, Jehan Wick graduated from Ceylon Hotel School of Tourism, Sri Lanka. Further Jehan has attended summer studies in professional development at Cornel University, New York USA and Écolehôtelière de Lausanne in Sales & Marketing, Food & beverage. 

The most recent stint, June 2012 to September 2015 Jehan was the General Manager Kandawgyi Palace and from June 2014 until September 2015 as Group Executive Director sales & Marketing of Aureum and Treasure hotels & Resorts.  Kandawgyi Palace Hotel, Yangon is an intimate hotel located adjacent to the Royal Lake set amidst a resort setting overlooking the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. The hotel has won number of awards and recently the “World Luxury Award” for the Best luxury City hotel. 

With demonstrated leadership strengths and proven ability to manage multiple responsibilities in a fast-paced environment with critical deadlines, it was time to combine Strength, Passion and Contribution. Since early 2016 this brought me to my new role as Chief Executive Office of Hotel Yangon Group. Inspired by the group vision and room to improve its unique properties situated in Yangon, Putao, Myitkyina, Mandalay and development of a beach resort in the Irrawaddy division, I believe my new role is more of making a transformation meaningful.