Four Seasons Istanbul at Bosphorus names Leonardo Baiocchi as GM

Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus is delighted to introduce Leonardo Baiocchi to the team.

An Italian born in Kenya, he started his professional career as a front desk employee at Four Seasons Hotel Milano in 1993 after completing his education in hotel management in Switzerland. Since 1993, he has held various responsibilities on the opening teams of many of the company’s leading hotels, including the former Regent Chiang Mai (Thailand), Four Seasons Hotel Chicago (USA), Four Seasons Hotel London at Canary Wharf (UK), Four Seasons Resort Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt), Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest (Hungary) and Four Seasons Hotel Firenze (Italy) during his ongoing journey with Four Seasons.

Baiocchi undertook different responsibilities during his early career in the front office department and was promoted to Hotel Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest in 2004. Following three years in Hungary he came back to Florence for the opening of brand’s second hotel in Italy. He was the Hotel Manager for the successful opening in 2008, and also had an important role in the opening of Palazzo Tornabuoni Private Club and Residences, a restored 16th century residential dwelling with 38 apartments.

Baiocchi developed a broad vision in having the opportunity of opening hotels around the world and working with people from different cultures. He has travelled to many destinations as a member of Four Seasons opening teams and contributed to these new locations in many ways.

Since May 2011, he has been serving as General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus.While emphasising the sensational and breathtaking experience of living in the charming beauty of Istanbul and Bosphorus, he also highlights the significance of his first assignment as a General Manager being at Four Seasons Hotel Bosphorus, one of the brand’s most successful hotels.


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