Sheraton Miramar Resort El Gouna has appointed Klaus Christandl as the new General Manager of the hotel. As General Manager of Sheraton Miramar, Christandl is responsible for directing the strategy and operation of this very well established five star Resort in El Gouna. His numerous career accomplishments with Starwood Hotels & Resorts and with other leading hotels make him a natural choice to this posting at the Sheraton Miramar. He has taken on the responsibility of further upgrading and improving the hotel’s services and facilities with an all new perspective that will match the market’s demands.
Christandl, who in his most recent assignment has been the Deputy General Manager for Sheraton Abu Dhabi Resort & Towers, UAE, brings with him 16 years of international experience including Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg, Germany, Mandarin Oriental in Macau, Mandarin Oriental in Manila, Philippines & The Phuket Yacht Club Hotel & Beach Resort, Thailand. Prior to joining Sheraton in Abu Dhabi in 2005, he held the position of Deputy General Manager at Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers, UAE.
In addition to its 338 guest rooms, which include 6 junior suites, 4 executive suites, the 2-story Palace Royal suite, the Sheraton Miramar Resort provides the latest in state-of-the-art meeting and conference facilities, all within a luxurious, yet relaxed setting. The hotel’s superb facilities include five swimming pools, an aqua center with an international diving school, water skiing, windsurfing & golf. For dining options the hotel offers world class cuisine, with an unrivaled culinary spectrum: Miramar Restaurant for International cuisine and daily changing dinner buffet themes, Orient 1001 - local and Oriental cuisine at its best, the Waves Terrace & Bar for light snacks throughout the day and La Piscina Italian Restaurant for the elegant evening experience. Enjoy dazzling views of the Red Sea and take in a bounteous array of exotic flavors at the Boat bar or the Miramar bar - two perfect choices.
Sheraton Miramar, built on a jewel-like cluster of nine islands, was designed by noted architect Michael Graves, whose work includes the famous Swan and Dolphin hotels at Disneyworld Florida. The five-star property started to glow in El Gouna in October 1997 and is owned by Tawila Company for hotels.