Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh appoints F&B director

Alvaro Acebal brings 'years of global experience' to his new role in Saudi Arabia

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The Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh has appointed Alvaro Acebal as food and beverage director to oversee the hotel’s kitchens and dining facilities.

Acebal brings to the Four Seasons Riyadh years of global experience, working with global luxury brands such as Ritz Carlton, Beau Rivage, Cavalli Club, The Datai, InterContinental and Fairmont before joining the Four Seasons family.

Previously, he worked as the executive assistant manager, F&B for Fairmont Jakarta in Indonesia and South-east Asia. There he has excelled in a large and varied operation and extensive banquet facilities.

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In his new role, Acebal will be overseeing all kitchens, in-room dining, banquet events, in addition to the food and beverage operations for the hotel’s  three outlets that include Elements,  The Grill and The Lobby Lounge. 

He holds a degree in business administration from Universitas Nebrisenssis, Madrid, a Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management Business Administration from Les Roches in Switzerland, and a Master’s in Business Finance from The European University, Madrid.

“Alvaro’s wealth of operational experience together with his drive for service excellence will see him become a key component to the hotel and in continuing to deliver the City’s finest variety of food and beverage”,  said Tony Coveney, Hotel Manager of Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh.

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