Marc by Neukom was appointed General Manager of the hotel “Ritz-Carlton Moscow” in August 2014. Highly skilled professional with years of international experience will manage all of the legendary services of the hotel, continuing to keep its leading position in the market gostinichnykh services.
Born in Switzerland, Marc by Neucom began his career in hospitality in 1980 from the position of assistant cook. After three years he received the diploma of the cook. In 1983 he entered the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, where he studied hotel management. After graduating from College in 1986, Marc by Naicom came to Japan, where he held a number of senior positions in the food services until 1998. After working a short time in his native Switzerland, Mr. Neukom in 2000 joined the team at The Portman Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai. Two years later he returned to Japan as General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka — the first hotel of the brand “Ritz-Carlton” in Japan. Under the leadership of Mr. Nakama The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka has been honored with numerous local and international awards, becoming a role model in the hospitality industry of Japan. Before his appointment to Moscow by mark Neukom headed the Ritz-Carlton, Bahrain. Continue reading
There are so many unusual. And much is the work of human hands. Creativity can find worthy expression in the works of art, and in everyday life. For example, in the projects of hotels. Below is a list of the most unusual hotels in the world, in which embodied all the splendor of creativity. So those who are deservedly going to go on vacation after the College entrance MIT. you should definitely learn with him to combine the study of another culture with relaxation in the hotel where they are the most vivid embodied.
Capsule Inn Akihabara, Japan
This hotel look like bee-hives than human shelter. A more vivid expression of Japanese minimalism, perhaps hard to find. Despite the modest surroundings there is everything you need for minimum facilities: bed, TV, radio. The cell-capsules are arranged in two floors. Such hotels, which arose in the second half of the last century, has not lost its popularity today. Continue reading
Often hotels that have unusual living conditions, attract the attention of tourists. Of course, to live in such hotels is almost impossible, but to visit them is just!
One of the biggest problems of Japan is a catastrophic shortage of space. So clever the Japanese first built a hotel, a capsule type in 1979. Modern capsule hotel the Capsule Inn in Tokyo offers its guests everything needed for living, but in a confined space.
Sa mA the hotel for the guests is divided into 2 parts:
The size of the cell approximately HH,2 m and things are arranged in such a way that you can to just get it lying down. Of this type are popular with business Japanese, who are traveling on business and tourists who want to see a fancy hotel.
Features of capsule hotels:
Since 1991, every year again and again in Swedish Lapland to build amazing ice hotel – a landmark that attracts huge number of tourists. Great comfortable hotel resembles an ice castle with a gorgeous interior and elaborate exquisite details. Continue reading