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  • Memorable Vacation Essay : My Most Memorable Trip To Dubai

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    did I know I was in for a suprise. We arrived in Dubai in the early hours of the morning at around 7am local time. When we stepped out of the airport it was so humid I could hear my skin crack, typical mid-July weather in Dubai. We checked into Kempinski hotel Palm Jumeriah, Dubai. I was starving I couldn’t wait to eat so as soon as my suitcases came up, I dashed to the lobby I ran as fast as Usain Bolt for a second. When I got to the lobby I asked the receptionist for the breakfast area she replied

  • SWOT Analysis Of Kempinski Hotels

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    Strenghts: Hotel chain Kempinski Hotels is one of the oldest owners of luxury hotels in Europe. The first property was acquired in 1897. Over the years, the company has become the most respectable , well –known all over the world. Over the years, Kempinski Hotels has built up a network of valuable key partners and is proud of its long-standing relationships with them. Each partner is a prestigious brand in their respective field of industry with a world-wide reputation. The Hotels are known with

  • Growth of a Hotel Chain Via Globalization

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    Growth of a Hotel Chain via Globalization Kempinski Hotels S.A. Subject: Introduction to Hospitality Group: PGDO Students: Valentina Domenyuk (dova030690) Jelena Hrulova (hrje250583) Ryan Lin (litz080588) Cindy Pai (pape310888) Eddie Yang (yach110882) Word count: 6540 Lecturer: H. Bayne Table of Content Introduction 3 History 3 Management Board 6 Brand Philosophy 7 Corporate Social Responsibility 7 Kempinski's goal 8 Awards 9 Different Kempinski’s logos 10 Notable

  • What Are The Organizational Strategy Of Five Star Hotels

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    Organisational strategies of 5 star hotels in India Organizational strategies are plans built for the achievement of long term objectives of a company(Johnson n.d.). This applies to hotels as well, they also plan such strategies to fulfil their goals. But before we go on to discussing what these strategies are, it is crucial to first enumerate all the basic goals in the first place. The general goals common for most hotels are expansion over larger geographical area, increasing the consumer base

  • Chef Kunal 's Personal Life, Career And Accomplishments

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    Kunal Kapur Kunal Kapur is a 35 year old chef from India. This report will enlighten one about chef Kunal’s personal life, career and accomplishments. How Kapur chose to become a chef, and the many influences from his family. Along with the many heights of his career including how he got the Master Chefs job,which ultimately launched his career. Lastly, taking a look at the vast accomplishments he has achieved, from shows, to books, and being recognized for multiple awards. “I came from a family

  • Gozo Is An Ideal Destination For Leisure

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    Introduction Gozo is an island, which is part of the Maltese archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. It has a territory of 67 square kilometres and a population of about 31,000 people. The island is about 5 kilometres away from the main island- Malta, and is accessible by a ferry link, which at the moment is the only link between the two islands. Gozo is rural and not as built up as the main island, which attracts a lot of domestic and international tourists. It is also very rich in historic locations

  • Nespresso B2B

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    Nespresso business to business backgrounder © Nestlé Nespresso S.A., Corporate Communications, March 2011 Solutions designed to meet the needs of professionals at a gLance Since 1996, Nespresso has provided Business to Business solutions, designed to meet the needs of some of the most discerning hosts in the world’s foremost hotels and restaurants as well as those of our business customers. Today, the Business to Business team at Nespresso provides a range of products and services to professional

  • The Innovation Strategy Of Marriott's Growth And Business Strategy

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    Introduction Strategy may be one of the most misinterpreted concepts in buiness which are essential in every facet of an organization. In general, it is nothing but an obligation towards a set of logical policies meant for accomplishing a definite competitive goal. To be more specific strategy is to convey the distinctive blend of values by picking a diverse set of activities (Porter, 1983). If the strategy is good it helps to prioritize the objectives and to promote alliance within the diverse

  • Emerging Industry Practices in Hospitality Operations

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    EMERGING INDUSTRY PRACTICES IN HOSPITALITY OPERATIONS Dr. Kshitiz Sharma, Email i.d.- sharmak23@gmail.com ABSTRACT Hospitality business is in transition stage, shaping itself better, less expensive, more user and environment friendly and ethical in approach. It’s good for all of them who believe tourism and hospitality a sustainable product. The present study is on emerging trends in operational areas of hospitality and hotels particularly. The scope of the present study is limited to

  • Objectives Of Taj Hotel

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    attitude. o Desire of customers regarding technological improvement. The Leela Hotels Strengths:- o High brand recall. o One of the key players in the luxury hotel segment o More than 7 five star hotels, 2128 rooms in the country o Alliance with Kempinski Group of Hotels, ESPA, Global Hotel Alliance and the preferred Hotel Group o All hotels are located in premium areas of the cities Weakness:- o High interest expenses are hampering net income. o Limited market share due to tough competition from

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