Gennadi Grand Resort Welcomes New General Manager
Gennadi Grand Resort, member of the Lindos Hotel Group, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ipapanti Aivalioti as its new General Manager. Ipapanti brings over 25 years of experience in luxury hospitality and will manage the operations of Gennadi Grand Resort, overseeing all aspects of the guest experience.
Prior to joining Gennadi Grand Resort, Ipapanti served as Group Manager at Black Pearl Collection in Santorini as well as General Manager of the multi awarded Sensimar Oceanis Resort on the island of Kos. Ipapanti has worked alongside large tour operators from all over the world in a multicultural environment, leading teams to deliver the highest level of service, exceeding customer expectations across the board.
A Greek native, Ipapanti earned a bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management from the Technological Education Institution of Crete and later earned a Master’s in Tourism Business Administration from the University of Patras. Dedication, quality and innovation, are values she follows both in her professional and personal life.
“It is an honor and a great pleasure to be a part of the team at Gennadi Grand Resort in Rhodes. With only two seasons of operation, the hotel has succeeded to offer an exclusive holiday experience, and authentic Greek hospitality. This is the result of not only the amazing location with the spectacular views of the Aegean Sea it offers, but above all its talented team of people,” comments Ipapanti Aivalioti.
Reawakening the appetite of the luxury seeker and putting Rhodes officially back on the map, Gennadi Grand Resort will re-open on 1st May 2020 for its third summer season. Considered one of the finest beaches in Rhodes, the five-start resort is located on the south coast of Rhodes and will once again offer guests authentic Greek experiences, from spa treatments inspired by Greek mythology to hiking and cycling trails that follow the archaeological footprint of Rhodes. Marrying sun, sea and sustainability, most of the 288 rooms will offer private pools along with slanted roofs designed to minimise sunlight reflection and optimise the microclimate conditions.