Appointment of a New General Manager at Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga
Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga, Latvia’s first five-star luxury Kempinski Hotel is pleased to announce that Mr. Leon Baum has been appointed as the hotel’s new General Manager as of April 1, 2018.
Mr. Baum is a well-seasoned hotelier with in-depth operational experience and has been with Kempinski group since 2007. He is a highly respected professional who has gained international experience in London as General Manager of the Stafford by Kempinski, Turkey as Hotel Manager of the Çirağan Palace Kempinski Istanbul and most recently in Abu Dhabi where he held the position of Hotel Manager at the prestigious Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi.
With his 11-year career in the hospitality industry and extensive knowledge and experience of luxury brands at Kempinski Group, Mr. Baum is the ideal candidate to lead the magnificent Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga and position our first property in Latvia as the front runner in Riga's luxury hotel market.
“We will continue to provide our guests with memorable experiences and uphold the traditions of which Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga is so proud, while striving to further enhance service quality and brand value into the future” said Mr. Leon Baum, General Manager of Grand Hotel Kempinski Riga.
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