Cesar Ritz


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Noun1.Cesar Ritz - Swiss hotelier who created a chain of elegant hotels (1850-1918)Cesar Ritz - Swiss hotelier who created a chain of elegant hotels (1850-1918)
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Named after Cesar Ritz, they are seen as the Oscars of the hotel industry, and the guide's co-editors, Adam Raphael and Desmond Balmer, cited "sumptuous guest rooms with deep mattresses and top-notch bed linen", a "stylish restaurant" and an "awardwinning wine list" when they singled out the "expertly run" Grove for the Welsh crown.
He was studying hospitality and hotel management at Cesar Ritz College in Lucerne and was about to start an internship.
Tears Paul, of Hull, was studying hospitality and hotel management with Cesar Ritz Colleges in Switzerland and had been due to start an internship this week.
The institution is affiliated to Cesar Ritz Colleges Switzerland, with graduates able to transfer to Switzerland to complete a BA at Cesar Ritz Colleges.
Runarsson is a native of Iceland and earned a degree in hotel management and F&B operations from Cesar Ritz Colleges in Switzerland and a degree in hotel and restaurant administration from Washington State University.
Regis, Rome was originally opened as the Grand Hotel in 1896 by renowned hotelier Cesar Ritz.
Such establishments have made it into the latest guide, with The Talbot Inn at Mells in Somerset being included in the 10-strong Cesar awards list - named for famous hotelier Cesar Ritz.
The previous evening we had spent some time in the impressive Grand Hotel, opened by the great Cesar Ritz in 1894, and famous among other things for attracting the rich and famous.
The group's outfits are designed by the hotel's creative tailors and this year, have been inspired by the Golden Age of famous Swiss hotelier Cesar Ritz and French Chef Auguste Escoffier.
Fact about travel in here please Swiss hotelier Cesar Ritz opened the hotel in 1906