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Movenpick Hotel Bahrain honours staff for excellent service

Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain held an award ceremony on 28th April 2011 for its team members and staff at Silk’s restaurant terrace.

The programme highlights include the honouring of team members who had completed five years of service with the company and awards for Employee of the Month for January, February and March 2011.

On the same event, Golden Department which was taken by the Front office department for the 1st quarter has been rewarded by a cup and gold pins.

Cherish programme winners were also awarded by certificates and a gold pin, and awards were also given to the Cricket tournament winner which was held one week before, between all departments in the hotel. The golden cup went to the Kitchen department for winning first place.

General manager of the hotel, Heinz Krähenbühl, also rewarded the best employee of the housekeeping department for making rooms cleaner.


 “We had very good results in the beginning of 2011 and it’s because of our team member’s efforts to provide good service and their ensuring of a wonderful experience for every guest that visits the Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain.” said Kraehenbuehl.

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