Diyafa Boutique Hotel in Morocco appoints general manager

Olivier Arthur De Kermel brings with him 36 years of hospitality experience

Olivier Arthur De Kermel
Olivier Arthur De Kermel

Villa Diyafa Boutique Hotel & Spa, Morocco has appointed Olivier Arthur De Kermel as general manager.

De Kermel will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the recently-refurbished Rabat hotel. His duties will include working with all staff and guests to ensure the hotel’s image is upheld, he will work in guest experience, quality assurance, business development and strategic planning.

De Kermel has with him more than 36 years of experience in the hospitality industry. He has worked in Tunisia, Seychelles, Brazil and other Moroccan locations.

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H Hospitality Collection, a UAE based hospitality management company, explains that De Kermel began as a front office manager in France and has since climbed the ranks.

Claudio Capaccioli, CEO of H Hospitality Collection, states, “We are thrilled with the addition of Olivier Arthur De Kermel to the Villa Diyafa Boutique Hotel & Spa team. The boutique hotel is poised to be one of the best hotels in Rabat and we are confident that Olivier’s wide-ranging skillset will contribute to the property reaching new heights under his leadership.”

On his appointment, De Kermel, said, “The property is even more stunning after renovation and I am very excited to start this new journey. Villa Diyafa Boutique Hotel & Spa has so many great things to offer, in fact, we will be revealing great news soon that will completely add more value to our guest’s experience. We will continue to provide the utmost tailor-made luxurious level of service to satisfy both patrons and new clients alike.”

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