Emanuele Vecchio with 'golden keys.' (Supplied Photo)

Assistant Chief Concierge at Kempinski Hotel Muscat receives golden keys from Les Clefs D’or … reports Asian Lite News.

Emanuele Vecchio with ‘golden keys.’ (Supplied Photo)

As part of the annual meeting held by Les Clefs D`Or UAE and the Oman Concierge Group, Assistant Chief Concierge at Kempinski Hotel Muscat, Emanuele Vecchio was pinned with the “golden keys” of Les Clefs D’Or – signifying his ability to unlock any door for guests in order to provide a memorable experience – in an event held at the Muscat Ballroom.

Emanuele is the first concierge member from Kempinski Hotel Muscat to receive the golden crossed keys, joining the hotel as part of the pre-opening team in March 2018 after being a concierge for over 8 years. In addition, Emanuele marks the first concierge to be pinned in Oman, as other members of the Oman Concierge Group have been pinned in the UAE.

Easily identified by the golden crossed keys on their lapels, members of Les Clefs D’Or are an elite fraternity, globally connected, committed to professional development, and driven to setting new standards for guest service perfection.
Emanuele is a member of Les Clefs D`Or UAE and the Oman Concierge Group, and has participated in the 2015 Asian Concierge Congress in Tokyo and the 2016 World Concierge Congress in Dubai. A driven and ambitious concierge professional, he aims to provide impeccable service for discerning guests and visitors to Kempinski Hotel Muscat.

With roots dating back to 1929, Les Clefs D’Or was officially founded in France in 1952 as a non-profit organization. Before earning the right to wear the golden keys, those who aspire to become a member must have several years of experience as a hotel concierge, pass comprehensive testing and prove their ability to deliver the highest quality of service.

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