What I especially learned by working with different diplomats is; treat every guest equally and with respect. Especially if you work with a lot of diplomats you get to know what you expect and what they want.
The VII Annual Diplomatic Cycling Tour departed from Leonardo Royal Hotel for an smooth 15 km route. The objectives of the ride are to promote inclusion and to provide a networking opportunity, all while having fun and exploring The Hague's historical and touristic environment.
There is no war that cannot be avoided by collective will, common sense and diplomacy. A peaceful solution to the conflicts between countries is always the most desirable option in order to achieve peace and prosperity among nations.
Diplomat Magazine organized a walking tour for diplomats with lawyer and historian from Haarlem Mr. Johannes Enschedé, a direct descendant of Izaak Enschedé, the first printer of Dutch bank notes in 1703.
"I have had the opportunity to work during several diplomatic events ever since I started working in the Promenade Hotel. According to my observations, diplomats value precision, punctuality and some ‘’sweet and short’’ conversation. I definitely had to push myself into rethinking and optimizing my time managing skills. Multitasking and flexibility turned out to be my most trusted aids." Gabor Balint.
Fabio Gorel, employee fo the year 2021. I guess my first impression was quite different from most employees here. My mother has been working at the hotel’s front desk for the past 34 years, so when I was younger, she would occasionally take me with her. I remember celebrating Sinterklaas (Saint Nicolas) when I was about 6 years old.