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Kanika Hotels & Resorts appoints new Hotel General Managers at Olympic Lagoon Resort and Amavi Hotel in Paphos

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Olympic Lagoon Resort Paphos

Limassol, August 10, 2021. For immediate release.

As hospitality industry leaders, Kanika Hotels & Resorts have been pioneering holiday perfection for over 40 years. The key to that success is how the company invests in its people which is the cornerstone of its ongoing success with a dedicated team of talented individuals who are defined by professionalism, innovation, respect, integrity, and teamwork.

Inspired by the Company’s Promise to provide the opportunity for Career Development to its people and to reward its team for excellent work, Kanika Hotels & Resorts is pleased to announce that Mr Valentin Osolos has been appointed as the new General Manager of the Amavi Hotel and Mrs Elena Hadjicharalambous has been appointed as the new General Manager of the Olympic Lagoon Resort in Paphos.

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Valentin Osolos, and Elena Hadjicharalambous

Mr Luciano Scelza, Chief Operating Officer of Kanika Hotels & Resorts, stated that these two appointments are proof of the company’s dedication to its people. He went on to say that “Investing in our people, means that we invest in their development and training. Our goal is to promote more women in managerial positions and help our people grow as their growth is indicative of our growth as a company.”

Mr Valentin Osolos

Mr Valentin Osolos has a vast experience in the hospitality industry, and has worked at many prestigious 5 star Hotels and Resorts in West & East Europe, Middle East and the Caribbean. Mr Osolos joined Kanika Hotels & Resorts in 2019 as the Hotel General Manager of the Olympic Lagoon Resort in Paphos. The Olympic Lagoon Resort in Paphos has long been established as the leading all-inclusive luxury resort. Mr Osolos’ addition to the team has since then played a key role in maintaining, enhancing and upgrading the Resort. His vision, dedication, knowledge and experience played an integral part in taking the Olympic Lagoon Resort in Paphos to the next level of its continuing growth.

Mr Osolos will take over from Mr Charis Stylianou with immediate effect. Kanika Hotels & Resorts would like to thank Mr Stylianou, and wish him the best of luck in his future.

You can reach Mr Osolos at:

Telephone: +357 26 522500

Email: [email protected]

Mrs Elena Hadjicharalambous

Mrs Elena Hadjicharalambous joined Kanika Hotels & Resorts in 1998. Throughout her journey with Kanika Hotels & Resorts, Mrs Hadjicharalambous has held multiple managerial positions. Under the leadership and support of Mr Scelza and Mr Osolos, Mrs Hadjicharalambous completed the Kanika Hotels & Resorts Development program with flying colours, successfully gaining a Masters in Business Management from the University of West England, in 2019. Mrs Hadjicharalambous brings a wealth of talent and knowledge and represents Kanika Hotels & Resorts’ belief in investing in its own people and talent. We congratulate her on her promotion and thank her for her dedication over the years.

You can reach Mrs Hadjicharalambous at:

Telephone: +357 26 883300

Email: [email protected]

Kanika Hotels & Resorts

Having leapt from strength to strength since the early days in the 1970s, Kanika Hotels & Resorts have secured a leading position at the forefront of the hospitality industry today offering a variety of options for guests through 5 different hotels in Ayia Napa, Limassol and Paphos. During the last five years alone, Kanika Hotels & Resorts have been honoured with more than 200 prestigious awards, while placing the company’s Hotels & Resorts among the top ranking in Europe.

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