Hailing from Torrecera, in Jerez de la Frontera, Juan Bermúdez Atienza, head chef at the Hotel Riu Buenavista (Tenerife), tells us about his extensive experience at RIU and explains the process that all the food passes through from the moment it arrives at the hotel until it is served on the guests' plates. He also highlights the plastic reduction method that has been implemented in the hotel since last March.
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The Canary Islands are known for being heaven on Earth, where you can enjoy wonderful weather throughout the year. Its culture, traditions, people and landscapes have made it a favourite destination for many travellers. In 2022, these islands received a total of 14,617,832 tourists. All of them had the same idea: to unwind and come back revitalised.
Georg Strauch, Director of the Corporate Reception Department: “The reception is the heart of a hotel”question_answer Leave your thoughts
The first thing we encounter when we start our holiday in a hotel is the reception area. The staff here are in charge of welcoming us and making the first impression on us. This marks the start of our holiday. But, are we aware of everything that lies behind the hotel reception? A great team of people, but also a tremendous amount of work carried out at RIU's headquarters by the Reception Staff department. Their job is to study the needs in the reception areas of all 100 RIU hotels, make the relevant changes and ensure that these are implemented.
The star of today's entry is Miguel Reynés, Chief Information Officer (CIO) at RIU. We had the pleasure of interviewing him so that he could tell us first-hand about the work he and his team do in the IT Systems department. Miguel Reynés joined RIU as head of the Riu Partner Club Project in 1993. Later, he took on the responsibility for Development, before becoming a director. Now he is in charge of controlling one of the company's key departments, in which IT systems and new technologies play a fundamental role for all RIU's workers and customers.
With this article we bring to an end an entire year of activities held to celebrate RIU’s 25th anniversary in Mexico. Over these months we have learned more about the country, shared some unforgettable moments, and above all, we have been remembering and honouring this magical land. We could not be prouder of this affectionate anniversary tribute. At the same...
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