Golden Tulip Jiyeh Marina, Lebanon to open June 1

Preopening of the 152-key hotel is being led by new GM Saadeh Massaad

Operators, Golden tulip jiyeh marina

Golden Tulip MENA will open its fourth hotel in Lebanon, Golden Tulip Jiyeh Marina Resort, on June 1. 

The152-key hotel includes restaurants, a ballroom accommodating up to 500 guests, two meeting rooms and a spa. 

Newly-appointed general manager Saadeh Massaad will lead the preopening, including recruitment. 

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"Our ambition is nothing less than to create the best hotel and resort in Lebanon. With this amazing property, and the members of this team, we are convinced we will deliver," said Golden Tulip MENA director of operations Paul Diab.

The Golden Tulip brand is part of Louvre Hotels Group that comprises six hospitality brands, with more than 1000 hotels in 43 countries and 70 hotels across the Middle East & North Africa.

Golden Tulip MENA president Amine E. Moukarzel said the group has plans to continue its expansion in Lebanon.  

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