ground arrangement

German translation: Gästebetreuer

10:56 Nov 21, 2006
English to German translations [PRO]
Marketing - Tourism & Travel
English term or phrase: ground arrangement
the person in charge of "ground arrangement" at a hotel
Silke Namuth
Germany
Local time: 16:10
German translation:Gästebetreuer
Explanation:
You say "ground arrangement", then you ask for the person in charge; now, which did you really MEAN? This is the person in charge of those arrangements.

Only "four" points, as I'm not absolutely certain of the favoured German term. The "ground arrangements" are - believe me, I've worked in the industry - the facilities provided for the incoming guests, be they room allocations, feeding arrangements, sightseeing trips, tickets for local transport, whatever they are, this guy looks after them. And will normally field complaints, if any.
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David Moore
Local time: 16:10
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This info is exactly what I needed - thanks very much!
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Gästebetreuer


Explanation:
You say "ground arrangement", then you ask for the person in charge; now, which did you really MEAN? This is the person in charge of those arrangements.

Only "four" points, as I'm not absolutely certain of the favoured German term. The "ground arrangements" are - believe me, I've worked in the industry - the facilities provided for the incoming guests, be they room allocations, feeding arrangements, sightseeing trips, tickets for local transport, whatever they are, this guy looks after them. And will normally field complaints, if any.

David Moore
Local time: 16:10
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Grading comment
This info is exactly what I needed - thanks very much!
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