Meet the Nakar team: Cristina Alcaraz, Reservations, Groups & Events Coordinator
At Nakar Hotel we’re all about happiness & joy. And that’s not just for our guests. The true heart and soul at Nakar are our team members. And we couldn’t be happier about the wonderful team we’ve built over the past two and a half years. What we feel the proudest of is seeing amazing professionals taking over the Nakar project with the same passion we do.
And if we talk about passion, we just have to think about one person who manages to be all over reservations, groups & events. Talk about multi-tasking!
Our lovely Cristina Alcaraz left Mexico 4 years ago and headed to Jamaica, thinking this would be the final destination for a long time. Destiny (Hey, destiny, thanks A LOT!) brought her to Mallorca.
Cristina is passionate about her work, she truly enjoys what she does every day and that’s not easy to find after such a long time in the hospitality business.
‘Learning something new every day. That’s the magic about my job’.
Meet the team: this is Cristina
3 words that define you:
honest, persevering, loyal
What do you love the most about Palma?
Absolutely everything! I’m always discovering new things!
Favorite street or area in Palma and why:
Palma’s old town, no question asked. I love getting lost in its cobbled streets, having some tapas & wrapping it all up at a nice terrace in the sun.
A secret spot on the island:
A private beach in the area of the Ses Salines rocks.
A #Nakar story to tell:
On my first day as a Group Coordinator there was a very large group and they told me that I had to introduce myself to the group leader, but I did not listen well and I introduced myself to the whole group (almost 50 people!) And when I started talking everyone looked surprised because they did not understand what I was doing. I wanted to disappear!
You have a day off. Where do you go?
I go visit any town in the Tramuntana mountain range.
A town or village in Mallorca to get lost in:
Top 3 restaurants in Palma:
Hanaita, El Camino y L’ambigú
You never have to leave Palma without…:
Having a ‘llonguet’.