Egypt’s Grand Nile Tower appoints general manager

Andreas Boettger has more than 35 years’ experience in the industry

Andreas Boettger
Andreas Boettger

Five-star property Grand Nile Tower, Cairo has appointed Andreas Boettger as its general manager.

Boettger brings nearly 35 years of experience in hospitality leadership to the luxury hotel.

At the property, he will be responsible for directing and coordinating activities as well as demonstrating effective and efficient management in all aspects of the hotel’s operations.

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Speaking about the appointment, Riad Loutfi, CEO and MD, SETDCO said: “Boettger’s appointment is a key milestone in the story of the iconic Grand Nile Tower. His global experience and leadership skills will provide significant value as we continue to achieve our business goals.”

Prior to his new role, Boettger held several positions at Hilton Hotels around the world, serving as the GM for Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa in Japan, Hilton on the Park in Melbourne/Australia.

He also was the director of operations for Hilton Adelaide in Adelaide/Australia and Hilton London Metropole in London/England.

Boettger has also held hospitality leadership positions in Germany, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar and South Africa.

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