Victor Aruwah: The US Army veteran redefining hospitality
It’s true what they say that passion will always lead you to where you belong, which is now the case for Nigerian-American Victor Chiagoziem Aruwah, a US Army veteran who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hotel Kurvilla Sickingen Landstuhl in Germany.
Aruwah who retired after fifteen years of meritorious service to the United States Army is a recent recipient of Civilian Service Achievement Medal in Germany.
The recognition lays credence to his entrepreneurial prowess in the hospitality industry among other things.
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Saint Martin’s University Washington State and has earned a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
As a major player in the hospitality industry, the desire to give people comfort and promote tourism spurred him to launch into the sector, having traveled to different cities around the world and always lookout for the best in terms of accommodation, food, and other traveling experience.
He recently mentioned that he has been very lucky to enjoy some of the best hospitality across the world, hence his desire to replicate the same experience and offer customers a world-class hospitality experience while on the journey for work or leisure.
He noted that he has managed the project for about five years which has been a wonderful experience with no service failure or lowering of standards.
Speaking of the stand-out features of the hotel and some of the inspiration behind its design, Hotel Kurvilla Sickingen Landstuhl is located below the medieval castle in the heart of Nanstein Landstuhl, Germany’s most astonishing ancient city.
It is historically only one castle looking hotel with all the modern facilities in it. It is tastefully furnished and designed to provide truly outstanding comfort for visitors and tourists from around the world.
The beautiful edifice is home to luxury and comfort for any traveler wishing to have a feel of Germany’s hospitality in a well serene and peaceful environment.
Hotel Kurvilla boast of 34 uniquely furnished rooms with complete facilities and amenities for family and individual guests.
On tackling the key sustainability issues facing the hospitality sector right now, the hospitality boss explained service quality is the most important sustainability factor for the brand.
He added that the organisation has decided to continually challenge itself to deliver the best service quality, noting that the social media these days have made things quite transparent for everyone.