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Corinthia London appoints Stéphane Trycionka as Director of Sales & Marketing

 Stéphane Trycionka
Five-star hotel, Corinthia London, has announced the appointment of Stéphane Trycionka, as Director of Sales & Marketing. With 11 years of experience in the luxury hotel industry, this role will see Stéphane in charge of driving international sales to the flagship Corinthia Hotels’ property.

Stéphane joins us from his role as Director of Sales & Marketing at the Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo in Monaco, where he was responsible for improving the performance and global exposure of the hotel.

His international profile and wealth of contacts are a tribute to his time spent working for a number of other prestigious hotels, including the Hôtel Fouquet’s Barrière, The Oetker Collection & Le Bristol, Hôtels Plaza Athénée & Le Meurice. In addition to his hospitality background, Stephane also has extensive experience in communications. He worked as internal communications manager at YSL Beaute in France, the perfume and cosmetic division of the GUCCI GROUP, today part of L'OREAL.

“Joining the Corinthia London is the perfect next step in my career. Having worked in luxury travel sector for many years, I am looking forward to being part of the Sales and Marketing team and further developing the presence and performance of this world-class hotel” says Trycionka.

Welcoming his appointment General Manager, Thomas M. Fischer says ‘We are delighted to have Stéphane on board. Stéphane’s accomplished background, combined with an exceptional record of achievements and strong business relationships, will ensure the London sales team continue to drive consistently high sales and offer a personalised service to meet the complex needs of the twenty-first century traveller’.

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