TRYP by Wyndham Dubai appoints operations manager

George Farouk will oversee operations across all departments

George Farouk
George Farouk

TRYP by Wyndham Dubai has appointed George Farouk as its operations manager.

In his role Farouk will oversee operations across all departments throughout the hotel including its 650 rooms, three food and beverage outlets and NEST, a full service co-working space.

Farouk joins TRYP by Wyndham Dubai from Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort where he worked as the director of rooms division for over three years.

With more than 20 years’ experience in the Middle East, he has worked at some of the world’s leading hospitality brands including Anantara, Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, InterContinental Hotel Group and Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts.

“I‘m delighted to be joining TRYP by Wyndham Dubai as operations manager. Despite being a large property with 650 rooms, the hotel consistently delivers an unrivalled guest experience as well as impressive results. I look forward to working with the entire team at TRYP and sharing new successes together,” said Farrouk.

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