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Marc by Neukom became the new General Manager of the hotel “Ritz-Carlton Moscow”

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.

“I am delighted to lead the hotel “Ritz-Carlton Moscow,” said mark Neukom. — To provide services to nashimoto is a big honor, especially being in such a city as Moscow. Russia has always attracted me as a country with a rich historical and cultural heritage, but also with exciting possibilities for business. Our hotel staff know that you are the best in the world team of hospitality professionals, and proud of it. I feel it every day and think it was a great responsibility for yourself.”

Mr. Neukom fluent in English, French and Japanese in addition to their native language — German. He is married and has three sons. He likes sports, especially Hiking.