Olivier Thomas Appointed General Manager at Hôtel De Paris Monte-Carlo

Monaco, Monte Carlo. May 25, 2023

The iconic Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, located on the internationally renowned Casino Square in the heart of Monaco, is pleased to announce the appointment of Olivier Thomas as general manager. In this role, Thomas will be responsible for managing the hotel's day-to-day successes, overseeing all operations, while maintaining its reputation as one of the most prestigious palace hotels in the world.

With over 25 years of experience in the luxury hospitality industry, Thomas joins the Société des Bains de Mer team from Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi, where he held the position since 2018. Prior to this, Thomas also served at the company's properties in Prague and Casablanca. Other career highlights include eight years at the Starwood Hotels & Resorts Group, and positions at Savoy Hotel in London and the Plaza Athénée in New York.

Thomas commented: "I am honoured to arrive in the Principality of Monaco in the most beautiful way by Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo door. I'm proud to join Group Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer and to become the General Manager of the emblematic Palace of Casino Square. I look forward to leading the hotel's professional and passionate teams, which embody excellence of the quality of service and to write the next pages of history for this iconic hotel."

Sitting right at the heart of the action on Place du Casino, the majestic 208-key Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo offers guests an unparalleled stay, combining the magic of a legendary hotel with exceptional experiences - from Michelin-starred dining to the Jewellers' Courtyard, Opéra Garnier, Casino de Monte-Carlo and Thermes Marins Monte-Carl, the city's largest thermal spa.

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