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Mövenpick Al Aziziyah Doha welcomes Beat Peter as New General Manager in Qatar
June 19, 2016, 12:17 pm
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Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has announced the appointment of Beat Peter as General Manager of Mövenpick Hotel Al Aziziyah Doha.

In his leadership position at this impressive Victorian-style hotel, Peter will work diligently towards building a legacy for the five-star property that is situated in the heart of Doha’s inspiring Aspire Zone. A key focus will be to provide high quality services to the large amount of visitors in the run up to some high profile events Qatar will host in the next six years.

Peter, a Swiss national with over 20 years’ experience in the industry, has spent the last five years working for Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts in the Middle East.

His new role at Mövenpick Hotel Al Aziziyah Doha will be Peter’s third General Manager position with the upscale hospitality company. His previous placements were at Mövenpick Hotel Kuwait and Mövenpick Resort & Spa Tala Bay Aqaba in Jordan. Prior to his work with Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts, he managed highly renowned hotels in Europe.

“Doha is a fast-growing destination with a lot to offer in terms of business development, especially with the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022. Projects to an estimated value of USD 220 billion are currently being constructed or planned over the next 10 years, so Qatar is definitely taking its offering for visitors to the next level. Deliver fantastic experiences and bringing that personal Mövenpick touch to each guest’s stay are things I will be concentrating on,” said Peter.

Located in Qatar’s burgeoning sport city and close to the popular Villaggio Mall, Mövenpick Hotel Al Aziziyah Doha is in a prime location. Boasting 139 rooms and suites, the hotel has four premium restaurants to choose from, as well as a spa, gym, indoor swimming pool and event venues.

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