Ritz-Carlton appoints director of rooms

Hotels

The Ritz-Carlton Budapest has announced the appointment of Ekaterina Ulyanova as the hotelʼs new director of rooms, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Coming directly from Moscow, where she worked with the brand for several years in a variety of positions, Ulyanova has an extensive background in guest services, and training in day-to-day hotel operations, managing teams, and maintaining budgets.

The Russian professional will be responsible for strengthening services of the hotel’s rooms division, along with leading the related teams, perfecting performance and operations, providing memorable staying experiences, and maintaining service excellence.

"I am very happy to join my new family of The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, and continue my journey with The Ritz-Carlton Company; I am looking forward to contribute with my passion and knowledge to the success of this beautiful hotel, to be the best luxury hotel in the amazing city of Budapest," said Ulyanova.

The new director of rooms officially joined The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest, in January 2019.

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