New GM at Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace

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Thibaut Drege has joined Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest as general manager, bringing aboard nearly two decades of experience in the hospitality industry, the hotel tells the Budapest Business Journal.

Drege joined Four Seasons in 2018 as Hotel Manager at Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris.

“From the first day of my career, I always told myself, the day Four Seasons will call me, I’d stop whatever I’d been doing and I’d join this amazing company,” Drege says.  

After five successful years in Paris, he now takes the helm at Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest.

“I feel honored and proud, having the opportunity to be the general manager of one of the most beautiful hotels on the planet,” he adds.

According to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal, the new general manager's leadership philosophy is inspired by the passion of craftsmen and fine artisans, who put all their heart into their work and creations and never stop striving for excellence. This passion translates for him into an admiration of great food and cooking, considering gastronomy a genuine way of caring for people. Four Seasons Hotel George V maintained its unique position under his leadership, being the only hotel in Europe housing a total of five Michelin stars within three restaurants.

 

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