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Luca Allegri designated to head Le Bristol

Luca Allegri was nominated by Franck Marrenbach to head the famous Parisian Palace. More details on the nomination of this already well-known figure of the hospitality landscape.

Frank Marrenbach, CEO Oetker Collection, announced the nomination of Luca Allegri to head Le Bristol Paris. He declared he was pleased "to have Luca Allegri accept this position, alongside Hotel Manager Leah Marshall."

Luca Allegri will take his position to lead the staff of the famous Parisian Palace in August 2016, succeeding Phillippe Perd who had been ensuring the transition period (in addition to his position as CEO of the Cap Eden Roc Hotel in Antibes). Didier Le Calvez left the hotel in March, joining Michel Reybier Hospitality two weeks ago.

An Italian citizen, Luca Allegri is already a well-known personality in the hospitality industry after achieving a successful personal career. He is currently heading the SBM (Société des Bains de Mer) in Monaco, operating the Hotel de Paris and L'Hermitage, two famous properties in the Côte d'Azur.

Regarding his designation, Luca Allegri declared that he was "very proud to join Oetker Collection and Le Bristol Paris, one of the most famous hotels in the world where international guests like to meet Parisians, serviced by a highly professional and respected team. Le Bristol fully deserves its great reputation thanks to its location, history, architecture and gastronomy but above all to the excellence and dedication of its staff at all levels. I am thrilled to be joining the team soon."

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