Cluster GM for Hilton Alexandria & Hurghada Plaza

Jorg Potreck has taken on Hilton Alexandria Corniche & Hilton Hurghada Plaza as cluster general manager

The new cluster GM, Joerg Potreck
The new cluster GM, Joerg Potreck

Jörg Potreck has been appointed by Christian Muhr, vice president, operations Hilton Worldwide Egypt & Levant,  as cluster general manager of Hilton Alexandria Corniche & Hilton Hurghada Plaza.

Potreck is a hospitality veteran bringing 28 years of hospitality experience with major International hotel chains to Alexandria.

Prior to his new role, Potreck has worked across different operational markets including the United Kingdom, South Africa, Austria and Germany.

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His roles included chef de brigade at Savoy London, rooms division manager at Sun City Hotel South Africa, director of business development at Hilton Berlin, director of operations at Hilton Berlin, general manager of Hilton Vienna Danube, general manager of Hilton Cologne, cluster general manager of Hilton Cologne & Hilton Bonn, and general manager of Hilton Hurghada Plaza.

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