Paramount Hotels & Resorts appoints global VP of operations

Alessandro Redaelli brings more than 25 years of experience to his new role

Alessandro Redaelli
Alessandro Redaelli

Paramount Hotels & Resorts has appointed Alessandro Redaelli as its global vice president of operations.

Redaelli brings more than 25 years of hospitality experience to his new role. The Italian national began his career with InterContinental, and other hospitality brands in Europe including Concorde, Sheraton and Mövenpick.

He served as the managing director of Boscolo Hotels in Italy, and later as a general manager of the Hotel de la Paix in Geneva.

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He later went on to direct Kempinski Moscow and rebranded Kempinski Gelendzhik located in south of Russia. In the Middle East, Redaelli served as the general manager of Kempinski Hotel & Residences Palm Jumeirah as well as the Kempinski Emerald Palace the Palm Dubai from 2013 to 2017.

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