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Corinthia Hotels International appoints Morten Ebbesen General Manager of Hotels in Malta

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Thursday, 6 March 2008

Malta based Corinthia Hotels International has appointed Danish national Mr. Morten Ebbesen as the new general manager of the Corinthia Beach Resort in Malta, comprising the five-star Corinthia Hotel St Georges Bay and the adjoining Marina Hotel.

Morten Ebbesen has a wealth of experience, having held general manager positions at the five-star Pestana Grand Hotel Madeira, and the Millennium Mayfair and Sheraton Park Tower hotels in London. While at the Millennium Mayfair, he was instrumental in developing the celebrity chef restaurant Turners of Mayfair.

Mortens earlier appointments included those of resident manager at the Casino Park Hotel Funchal in Madeira, executive assistant manager at the Sheraton Hotel Abuja in Nigeria, front office manager at the Sheraton Skyline Hotel in Heathrow, London and assistant manager at the Sheraton Copenhagen.

As marketing director of the Group Pestana, with responsibility for seven five-star properties and multiple restaurant and conference operations, Morten also has considerable experience in the sales and marketing field. 

Morten joins CHI from his most recent position as the regional director for Hotel Dynamics in the Middle East, based in Dubai, where he managed and oversaw their operations in relation to food and beverage and loyalty programs worldwide.

He speaks fluent Danish, English, Portuguese and German and is a marketing and business economics graduate from Copenhagen. Morten will be joined in Malta by his British wife Alison and three children.

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