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Hurghada Hotel in Egypt Top 10

A recent magazine publication finds the Red Sea's 5-star deluxe Steigenberger Al Dau Beach Hotel and this property's General Manager among the 10 best in Egypt.

CLEO magazine, with its Hotels and Travel supplement 2009 and the dedicated feature of "The 10 best in Egypt", finds the Steigenberger Al Dau Beach Hotel go be one of the 10 best beach resorts in Egypt, citing "an amazing variety of authentic dining, recreation and entertainment choices".

But not only that: CLEO also finds Lars Geweyer, General Manager of this hotel, among the 10 best hotel general managers in the country. Geweyer, together with his elected peers, would be "daring, enthusiastic and working with passion", having "only one philosophy in serving people whish [sic] is quality and safety of their guests."

Having filled the position of General Manager at the Steigenberger Al Dau Beach Hotel since the beginning of 2008, Lars Geweyer brings with him more than 20 years of successful management experience in the international hospitality industry, working on four continents and in eight countries, with the CLEO award a clear testament to his keen sense of the industry.

 

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