AZERI OBSERVER EDITORIAL STAFF
Four Seasons Hotel Baku hosted a remarkable evening with long-term partners to welcome the new General Manager, Mahmoud El Keiy, on October 10.
The welcome reception took its start with a heart-warming speech by Mr. El Keiy, the hospitality veteran of 22 years, sharing his first impressions with arrival to Azerbaijan and the upcoming projects at Four Seasons Hotel Baku, such as the “Art of Gifting” featuring a selection of exclusively crafted boxes with Executive Pastry Chef Suraj Karmakar’s delectable creations, as well as Le Petit Chef project bringing the smallest chef in the world to present a unique dining experience supported by the 3D mapping technology whilst preparing the meal right on the guests’ plates.
Followed by the memorable notes of famous Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyli compositions performed by a quartet, guests were invited to savor the buffet composed by the Executive Chef Renato Rizzi and sweet bites curated by the Executive Pastry Chef Suraj Karmakar to complement their evening.
About Four Seasons Hotel Baku
Straddling the Middle East, Europe and Asia, the enigmatic capital of Azerbaijan sits on the coast of the opal-blue waters of the Caspian Sea, with the Caucasus Mountains to the west. With its beaux-arts-style Four Seasons Hotel Baku is perched along the waterfront in the heart of central Baku, with the medieval walls of the World UNESCO Heritage site – Inner City just steps away and a trio of flame-shaped, modern skyscrapers flickering nearby. It’s a contrast that perfectly sums up Baku city: ancient, modern and a little daring, all at once. Explore the fine Italian dining amidst the light filled interior of Zafferano Restaurant and discover wellness treatments in the sun-lit penthouse of Jaleh Spa.