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Boumediene Ouadjed Promoted to General Manager of the 99-key Le M?ridien Bora Bora

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May 21, 2013

Boumediene Ouadjed Promoted to General Manager of the 99-key Le M?ridien Bora Bora

May 20, 2013 (Bora Bora)?-?Le M?ridien Bora Bora?has announced the appointment of Boum?di?ne Ouadjed as General Manager. A 15-year veteran of Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Ouadjed was promoted to his new position following a successful two-year run as Assistant General Manager during which the resort added new features including an Ecological Center. As General Manager, Ouadjed now has responsibility for all resort operations including sales, marketing and guest services.

Ouadjed arrived at Le M?ridien Bora Bora in 2011 following a five-year run as Complex Director of Sales & Marketing at Le M?ridien Libreville in Gabon. Previously, he was stationed in Europe for ten years as Sales Manager and Front Office Manager for Sheraton Luxembourg Aerogolf Hotel. Ouadjed got his start at the Starwood Central Reservation Center in Cork, Ireland, in 1998.

A native of France, Ouadjed studied French Literature at Valenciennes University (France). He is fluent in Italian, English and French.

[box type=”tick”]About Le M?ridien Bora Bora

Set on the “Pearl of the Pacific,” Le M?ridien Bora Bora is located on a six-mile-long “motu” islet, facing Otemanu Mountain, within one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world. The resort’s 99 bungalows include: three lagoon bungalows, 10 beach bungalows, four Pool Beach Villas and 82 over-water bungalows, including 22 Premium over-water bungalows. All over-water bungalows feature glass flooring for stunning views of marine life frolicking in the clear blue sea below. Le Tiar? restaurant is among the best gourmet dining venues in Bora Bora; Te Ava is a lovely setting for romantic lunches on the beach; and the Miki Miki bar resembles the prow of a ship headed for Mount Otemanu. Le M?ridien Bora Bora’s turtle sanctuary is a private lagoon that is home to more than 100 species; the resort is active in environmental efforts to protect marine turtles, which guests can experience on-site in their natural habitat. Watersports equipment is available, along with the Ka?nalu Cano? Club.[/box]

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