Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca's Caroline Breyer receives her golden keys

The Les Clef d'Or association in Morocco counts 55 certified Clefs d'Or throughout Morocco, 15 of whom are based in Casablanca

Caroline Breyer
Caroline Breyer

Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca's concierge supervisor, Caroline Breyer, has received her golden keys from Les Clefs D’Or, the international association of professional hotel concierges.

Breyer began her hospitality career in 2009 having worked as a receptionist at various four- and five-star hotels in countries such as Luxembourg and Belgium.

She joined Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca as part of its opening team in late 2015. In 2017 she was promoted to concierge supervisor and received her recognition by the Association of Les Clefs d’Or Morocco in January 2019.

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She said in a statement: "I am delighted to have this recognition and being able to offer my insider perspective on the best the city has to offer. I look forward to sharing my tips on the city’s hidden gems with our guests and making their visit to Casablanca as memorable as possible."

The Les Clef d’Or association in Morocco counts 55 certified Clefs d’Or throughout the Kingdom, 15 of whom are based in Casablanca. The association was founded by the head concierge of the Royal Mansour in Casablanca Mohamed Anakar.

Les Clefs d’Or is an international network of more than 3,500 professional hotel concierges from 80 countries around the world helping travellers during their visit by sourcing inside information. The organisation was established in 1952, and its members are identified with crossed gold keys all over the world, which demonstrate professionalism and high level of care for their guests

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