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Marco Polo appoints New General Manager in Beijing

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Tuesday, 30 October 2007

Marco Polo Hotels has appointed Mr. David Sproul as General Manager of the Marco Polo Parkside, Beijing.

Mr. David Sproul is a graduate of the Hotel Management School at Strathclyde College, Glasgow, Scotland. Recognized as an industry expert, he has opened and managed a number of hotels in Shanghai, Beijing and Dongyang. His background also includes a wealth of experience in food and beverage operations and the development for various hotel management companies as well as a restaurant group in Hong Kong. His international experience includes assignments in China, Vietnam, Australia, Egypt and the Philippines.

A mere 1000 meters from the 2008 Beijing National Main Stadium, the recently opened Marco Polo Parkside offers 315 well-appointed guest rooms and suites. The hotel features a wide variety of food and beverage options including Marco Polos Caf Marco, a Chinese Restaurant and a lobby lounge featuring the finest in designer coffees and exotic teas as well as nightly entertainment. The Lifestyle Club - Club S - an exclusive private membership Leisure/Fitness Club & Spa (also open to hotel guests) is a welcoming haven for both business travelers and local residents seeking a truly unique experience. The abundance of banquet space at the hotel can also accommodate the most demanding of meeting planners and provide an ideal venue for meetings, functions and social events.

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