Federico Giovine Named Gresham Palace Hotel Manager

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Federico Giovine has been named the new hotel manager of Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest.

Giovine started his career in 2005, as a phone operator at Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires. Most recently he held the position of senior director of Rooms at Four Seasons Resorts at Jumeriah Beach and Dubai Financial Center.

“I’m honored to be appointed as hotel manager of Gresham Palace and I can’t wait to discover the city called Pearl of the Danube. Every destination and every property has its own unique history and traditions; I’m looking forward to learning about the Gresham Palace and its team and supporting them in continuing a successful journey.”

“Four Seasons provides the right environment for growth. What we are, and what differentiates us, is our culture, our people. It is the real asset we have. If we are able to create a true sense of belonging in our teams, raising the bar is a lot more feasible, fun, and exciting,” he adds.

Born in Buenos Aires, Giovine speaks Spanish, Portuguese, English, and French. He holds a bachelor's degree in international relations and political sciences from UBA Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Yves Giacometti remains the general manager of the hotel and a regional vice president.

 

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