Radisson Blu Baku appoints general manager

With over 13 years’ experience in the hospitality sector, Nadine Fernbacher has held senior positions at Radisson across Europe

Radisson Blu Baku's general manager Nadine Fernbacher (pictured)
Radisson Blu Baku's general manager Nadine Fernbacher (pictured)

Radisson Blu Baku has named Nadine Fernbacher as the general manager of the hotel property.

Fernbacher started her career at Radisson in 2005 and has worked for several properties within the hotel group.

In April 2005, she joined the pre-opening team of the Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt in Germany as sales manager, then moving to the hotel group’s Neubrandenburg, Germany property as hotel manager.

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Following her stint in Neubrandenburg, she ventured abroad to the Radisson Blu Hotel in Batumi, Georgia and the Radisson Blu Hotel, Kyiv Podil in Ukraine.

Commenting on the appointment, Radisson said Fernbacher was “ambitious and ready” to take on a new challenge as the general manager of the Radisson Baku Hotel in Azerbaijan.

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