Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano hires new HM

Klauss spent four years at Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita, Mexico as director of food and beverage

Till Klauss hails from Munich, Germany.
Till Klauss hails from Munich, Germany.

Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano has appointed Till Klauss as the new hotel manager to oversee hotel operations.

Klauss, who is from Munich, Germany joins from Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita, Mexico where he spent the last four years as director of food and beverage.

A graduate from Schweizerische Hotelfachschule Luzern SHL in 2005, Switzerland with a diploma in hotel and restaurant management, Klauss started his Four Seasons career as an intern in the food and beverage division of the flagship Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris in 2001.

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Since then, he has worked at Four Seasons in Hampshire England, Damascus, Prague, Toronto then Punta Mita and now finally Alexandria.

With his great passion for food and service, flexibility and creativity, Klauss will assist in uplifting the Alexandrian culinary scene in addition to elevating the guest experience at the hotel.

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