* Previous experience within a spa environment is a strong advantage.
*Agood level of written and spoken English is essential.
*Therapists will require previous spa experience idealy within an international Hotel spa.
Successful candidates will receive the extensive and world renowned ESPA pre- opening trining programme and the opportunity to be part of a well respected company with a growing spa profile.
To apply for these excited and challening roles , please forward your full CV and application letter in English to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Liam Lambert as President, Oberoi Hotels and Resorts effective 1st May, 2009. Mr. Lambert joins Oberoi Hotels and Resorts from his current position as Director of Operations, Europe, Middle East and Africa at Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group.
In his capacity as President, Oberoi Hotels and Resorts, Mr. Lambert will manage the Oberoi Hotels’ current and future portfolio. He will be responsible to me.
Mr. Lambert, an Irish citizen, has been a hotelier for over thirty years working in four continents and ten cities. He is married to Mary and has three daughters.
On behalf of The Oberoi Group I welcome Mr.Lambert to Oberoi Hotels and Resorts. I am confident that he will provide excellent leadership and direction for our present portfolio as well as our future growth. I look forward to working with Mr.Lambert in his…
The ships of Crystal Cruises have once again earned top honors from the readers of Condé Nast Traveler, who named the ultra-luxury vessels the best medium-sized ships in the world. Of nearly 100 ships, Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony were ranked #1 and #2, respectively, in the magazine's ninth annual "Best Cruise Ships in the World" issue.
Although the medium-sized category includes ships carrying between 500-1,500 passengers, Crystal Serenity's overall score of 93.3 ranked higher than any other ship in all groups. Crystal Symphony ranked second in the medium-sized group, with an overall score of 92.9.
Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony, respectively, earned some of their highest ever scores for Crew/Service (96.6 and 95.7), …
InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has warned that 2009 is set to be a difficult time for the hospitality sector after experiencing a sharp deterioration in fourth quarter trading, despite reporting a 12 per cent increase in profits for the year ending 31 December.
Although IHG recorded global RevPAR growth of 0.9 per cent, it includes a 6.5 per cent fall during the last three months of 2008, and the company has admitted that its forward bookings data shows no sign of improvement heading into 2009.
In the year ending 31 December, IHG increased its estate by 6 per cent with the addition of 34,757 rooms. The company currently has a further 85,000 rooms under construction, 50,000 of which are scheduled to open in 2009.
IHG has also identified the US$1bn (£702m) relaunch of the Holiday Inn brand in 2009 as one of the company's main priorities, with 350 …
Repurchase of $30 million (aggregating 30 per cent of outstanding $100 million) zero coupon foreign currency convertible bonds, is done before the due date on 2012," the company said in a filing to the National Stock Exchange.
Further, the maturity of the aforesaid bonds were due on April 2012, the filing added.
On Friday, shares of the company settled at Rs 18.05, down 0.28 per cent on the NSE.