Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh appoints new general manager

Guenter Gebhard the new General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre has over 25 years of experience in the hospitality field

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Guenter Gebhard the new General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh at Kingdom Centre has over 25 years of experience in the hospitality field

 

Gebhard, who joined the group in January 2019, has held  senior leadership positions across the globe with brands including Kempinski, Jumeirah, Marriott, Kerzner, and most recently Mandarin Oriental, which he represented in Turkey as General Manager of the Mandarin Oriental Bodrum resort and then for development in the Middle East region from Riyadh.

Talking about this appointment, Gebhard said, “The Kingdom’s hospitality sector is going through a period of rapid change and is poised to achieve tremendous growth, in line with the ambitious roadmap presented by Saudi Vision 2030. This makes it a very exciting time to join the Hotel.”

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Gebhard is a graduate of the Hotel and Tourism Academy in Munich and has studied Finance and Management at New York University’s Stern School of Business.

 

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