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Greg Dickhens, former Kyo-ya president, hired by Prince Resorts


Greg Dickhens, the former president of Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts LLC, has been named vice president of Prince Resorts Hawaii Inc.

Prince Resorts said Dickhens, 44, will be based in Honolulu and will assist in strategic planning.

“We are thrilled to welcome Greg as a valued member of our executive team,” said Donn Takahashi, president of Prince Resorts, in a statement.

Dickhens left Kyo-ya when its parent Kokusai Kogyo Co. bought out Cerberus Capital Management LP’s controlling interest in the company in February. At Kyo-ya Dickhens was in charge of seven Starwood Hotels and Resorts properties, including the Sheraton Waikiki Resort and The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort.

Before joining Kyo-ya, he was chief financial officer of Vail Resorts Development Co. and also was vice president of development for Hilton Hotels Corporation.

Dickhens graduated from Punahou School and received a bachelor of science degree from Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration as well as a master’s degree in business administration from the Anderson School of Business at UCLA.

Prince Resorts Hawaii operates three luxury hotels and golf courses on two of the Hawaiian Islands: The Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club on the Island of Oahu, and on the Island of Hawaii, the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel and Golf Course and Mauna Kea Beach Hotel and Golf Course at the Mauna Kea Resort on the Kohala Coast.

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