Kempinski Mall of the Emirates has appointed Bianca Cartin to the position of director of marketing. With over 15 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, Cartin has worked with prestigious hotel brands and brings her extensive knowledge of the hospitality industry to her new role as director of marketing at Kempinski Mall of the Emirates.
Mövenpick Resort & Spa Tala Bay and Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba in Jordan have a new cluster manager…
Alban Dutemple has been named as the general manager of Swiss-Belhotel Seef Bahrain
Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) has announced the promotion of Ranjit Phillipose…
Crowne Plaza & Holiday Inn Kuwait Al Thuraya City has announced that Raffi Torikian has been named executive assistant manager. In addition to stepping in for the general manager in their absence, Torikian will be responsible for providing day-to- day leadership and direction through “maximising financial returns, driving people development, creating and maintaining a unique
Riad Abi Haidar is the new general manager of Address Dubai Marina
The Sicilia Italian restaurant in the Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Dubai has announced the appointment of new chef de cuisine Raffaele Andreozzi. The 43-year-old Italian national, who hails from the Genoa region of Italy, joins Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Dubai, following a two-year assignment at the Anantara Desert Island Resort on Sir Bani Yas, in Abu Dhabi.
Copthorne Hotel Dubai has appointed Kranthi Kumar to the position of revenue manager. In his new role, Kumar will be tasked with maximising overall revenue and identifying new business opportunities for Copthorne Hotel Dubai.
Bahi Ajman Palace, managed by Hospitality Management Holding (HMH), has appointed Pamini Hemaprabha to the position of executive housekeeper. Hemaprabha started her career as housekeeping supervisor and butler in 2003 in India. Since then, she has paved her path towards success through several leading positions in housekeeping. She is a gold medalist graduate of BSC
Rove Hotels has appointed the aptly-named Happyness Chipote to the position of chief happiness officer (CHO) with the responsibility of “instilling happiness and energy within Rovesters and Rovers across all Rove Hotels with his infectious laugh and enthusiasm”. Chipote will oversee the newly established Happiness Hub which includes 12 Rove Hotels team members, known as Happy Rovesters, drawn from different department across