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Budapest’s Corinthia Hotel has new general manager

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Jean Pierre Mifsud (pictured) was appointed General Manager of Corinthia Hotel in Budapest, leaving his position as General Manager of the Marina Hotel in Malta, and bringing over 20 years’ experience across the tourism and hospitality industry, a press release said yesterday. 

He takes over from Thomas M. Fischer, who has been appointed General Manager of Corinthia London. In his new role, Mifsud will be responsible for overseeing the operation of the award-winning Corinthia Budapest, ensuring the optimal level of guest and employee satisfaction as well as profitability.

“Moving to Corinthia Budapest feels like the perfect next step for me, and I look forward to overseeing this iconic hotel: treasuring the values and stories inherited from the hotel’s rich past, dating back to 1896, while simultaneously looking to impress the 21st-century luxury traveller with superior amenities and service,” Mifsud said.

“Jean Pierre has proven to be an invaluable ambassador of Corinthia Hotels since he joined the team in the 1990’s. This latest move will see him oversee the iconic Corinthia Hotel Budapest, a cultural and historical gem, as the city’s tourism scene continues to grow,” said Simon Naudi, CEO of Corinthia Hotels.

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