Nikki Beach Hotels & Resorts names head of global operations

Vinicio Alberelli will establish operational standards for the existing resorts, new hotel locations

Alberelli brings more than 20 years’ worth of hotel management expertise to the new role.
Alberelli brings more than 20 years’ worth of hotel management expertise to the new role.

Family owned and operated global luxury lifestyle and hospitality brand Nikki Beach Hotels & Resorts has appointed Vinicio Alberelli as head of global operations of Nikki Beach Hotels & Resorts.

Alberelli, who has been working with Nikki Beach Hotels & Resorts since the beginning of 2019, will establish clear operational standards across the board for the existing resorts and for the new hotel locations.

Born and raised in Italy, Alberelli brings more than 20 years’ worth of hotel management expertise spread across five continents, having worked with major hotel operators like Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi - UAE, Jumeirah Hospitality and Hakkasan Group, a statement revealed.

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Speaking about Alberelli’s announcement, Alexander Schneider, president of Nikki Beach Hotels & Resorts, said: “The last year has been amazing for the division and working now with Vinicio will strengthen the excellence in resorts operation, especially considering the brand’s solid food and beverage component. With his abilities and credentials, we will enhance and innovate our existing concepts and create new ones for specific destinations, increasing the equity for the brand and owners.”

Nikki Beach’s roots are in luxury beach clubs with 14 destinations worldwide. The Nikki Beach Hotels & Resorts portfolio includes four resort properties in Koh Samui, Thailand, Porto Heli, Greece, Bodrum, Turkey, and Dubai, UAE. 

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