Alaskan Dream Cruises Names Nick Burger Director of Hotel Operations

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Alaskan Dream Cruises has announced the addition of Nick Burger to its team as the director of hotel operations.

Burger’s 30 years of international hospitality experience spans many different areas of the hotel, resort, cruise, and food and beverage industries, Alaskan Dream Cruises said. Before joining the cruise line, Burger worked with Windstar Cruises, where he held numerous positions ranging from hotel manager to vice president of hotel operations.

Before Windstar Cruises, he worked for Holland America Line for 13 years as a manger of food and beverage, hotel, and marine hotel purchasing, among other positions. As hotel manager, he was responsible for successful hotel operations, $25 million in revenue targets and numerous other management functions.


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Prior to Holland America Line, Burger was the general manager of the Principal Hotel Noordzee in the Netherlands and general manager of Nhere Belgium, representing five Ibis Hotels in Belgium. He also held many other roles in hotel operations and sales for hotels across Europe.

Burger received a diploma in hospitality management from the Hogere Hotel School in Maastricht, Netherlands. He also studied mathematics at the University of Leiden in Leiden, Netherlands.

Alaskan Dream Cruises is an Alaskan Native-owned small ship cruise line.

For information on Nick Burger and Alaskan Dream Cruises, visit

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