Luxury hotel Villa Rosa Kempinski has appointed a new general manager, Mr Roberto Simone. The new manager will be replacing Mr Philliphe Charraudeau.
In a statement to Business Daily, Mr Roberto said the luxury hotel is planning on focusing on digital marketing with a view to attracting a young wealthy clientele to its Maasai Mara National Game Reserve’s Olare Mara Kempinski property.
Mr Roberto spoke of Villa Rosa Kempinski’s future plans and the hospitality industry in Kenya saying, “Kenya is an attractive market for any serious hospitality chain and Kempinski is keen to enhance its offering to hold its ground against rising competition. We shall concentrate on the exceptional tourism activities that emphasize the warmth of the Kenyan people and their culture.”
Mr Roberto also added that the hotel will include Kenyan cuisine in their menu. The Villa Rosa Kempinski new general manager is a hailed as a finance specialist which will translate to the growth of the hotel.
Kempinski, with presence in 80 countries worldwide, is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel. It is also a founding member of the Global Hotel Alliance. The Nairobi property has played host to famous personalities including presidents.
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