The Rezidor Hotel Group has tapped former HNA and Carlson Hotels Group CEO Federico Gonzalez-Tejera as president and CEO, effective immediately.
Tejera has been the Carlson Hotels Group CEO since February; before that he was CEO of NH Hotel Group and president of HNA Hospitality Group.
He replaces Wolfgang Neumann, who resigned after serving as Rezidor's president & CEO since January 2013. Neumann will remain on the Rezidor Board as a non-executive director.
The change comes as China’s HNA Tourism Group moves forward with its takeover of Carlson Hotels and its majority stake in Brussels-based Rezidor Hotel Group, which manages hotels in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. HNA also recently bought a 25% stake in Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. for $6.5 billion.
A common scam involves a call from what is apparently the hotel front desk asking for your credit card number confirmation. When the number they claim to have is confirmed wrong, they request the correct number.
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