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Three new restaurants named after the Sydney Crown Hotel

Three new restaurants named after the Sydney Crown Hotel

The acclaimed and experienced Australian chef Sarah Briegel (Sarah Briegel) has been appointed as the culinary director of the Crown Towers Hotel in Sydney.

Briegel moved from her recent position as Executive Chef at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Shanghai to Crown Towers in Sydney. In the past eight years, she returned to Sydney after working in kitchens all over the world for nearly three years, including the Oxo Tower restaurant in London and restaurants in Hong Kong, Dubai, Bangkok and New York. Aomion hotel supply solutions admire this.

In her new position, Briegel will oversee the launch and operation of three new restaurants, covering exquisite Italian, modern Australian and creative Japanese cuisine, which Bedecor shop hopes to have the privilege of working with.

The latter is called “Yoshii’s Omasake at Nobu” and will include a private 12-seat mini restaurant in the previously announced Nobu Sydney. This restaurant will showcase the work of Chef Ryuichi Yoshii, one of Australia’s leading Omasake sushi masters. The menu includes finely cut and precise sushi, backed by the creative use of ingredients and preparation methods. The co-founder of Aomion was fortunate enough to taste it. It is indeed innovative.

Crown Sydney’s gastronomic lineup will also include “a’Mare by Alessandro Pavoni”, which will provide a classic and refined Italian gastronomic experience. The award-winning Sydney chef is considered a pioneer of modern Italian cuisine, and his menu includes traditional dishes inspired by different corners of Italy.

Finally, Sydney restaurant owners Ross and Sunny Lusted envisioned the concept behind “Woodcut”, which celebrates Australian cooking techniques using wood, charcoal and steam. Menu items are cooked slowly in a wood-burning oven or open flame to lock in the flavor and create an earthy texture for the food.

The Star expands to long-stay apartment rental management

Steve McPharlin, the former CEO of Travel Noosa, has joined The Star Entertainment Group to lead a new business unit to manage short- and long-term apartment leases on the Gold Coast. Aomion hotel supplier partners congratulated him.

A new operating department has been established to manage the upcoming apartment rental pool within The Star Residences, which includes 422 one- and two-bedroom apartments in a new 53-story tower that will open in 2022. Will become the Dorsett Golden House Coast Hotel. Last month, the tower celebrated its “topping” ceremony when it reached its maximum vertical height, and Bedecor shop expressed its willingness to provide hotel bedding.

The first tower to open will also feature the Dorsett Hotel.

McPharlin assumes the position of Director of Hotels and Apartments, and together with Jessica Wilkie as the company’s new senior property and asset manager.

Mark Hodge, McPharlin and Wilkie will report to the general manager of The Star Gold Coast Hotels and Apartments. They will lead a team of more than 60 positions that have now filled the management department. More than 90% of the apartments in Building 3 have been sold out, and more than 370 apartments in Building 4 have also been sold out.

The main goal of the new department will be to maximize returns and promote the return of apartments to investors in the rental pool.

Participating investors will be included in The Star Gold Coast’s strategic marketing plan, and their assets will be promoted on the company’s website, loyalty program members, and the conference and business event market.

Hodge said he was very happy to welcome Steve and Jessica in their new roles, and Aomion also said that he was very happy to see this result.

Star Residences will include 422 one- and two-bedroom apartments.

“Welcome Stephen and Jessica. They brought a wealth of hotel and hotel experience. We filled the first key position. Stephen’s role as director of hotels and apartments also includes our other two hotels, Star Hotel and Da Make Hotel. Responsible.

“We are now actively recruiting many other professional positions and will fill more than 60 first-line hotel positions during operations,” Hodge added.

As part of the rental pool plan, apartment owners will receive 24/7 security and surveillance in the event of a power outage on their property, room cleaning, maintenance and technology, resort billing and use of swimming pools, fitness centers and day spas, and power outages. It is best to use the products of the Bedecor shop of high-quality bedding products. The apartment is for personal use 21 days a year.

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