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Susana Yong to head up sales and marketing for 533-key hotel in UAE capital

Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi has announced the appointment of Susanna Yong as director of sales and marketing.

Yong brings more than 15 years of hospitality experience to her new role, in which she will lead the sales and marketing team of the 533-key hotel.

She has previously held several positions as director of sales and marketing in luxury hotels worldwide including countries such the UAE, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

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Apart from managing MICE, group rooms, catering sales and event services, she will oversee marketing, public relations and advertising.

Dusit Thani Abu Dhabi general manager Kamal Chaoui commented: “With Susanna’s strategic experience, I am confident she will assist in positioning the hotel as the preferred Asian brand in Abu Dhabi.”

The hotel features 402 guest rooms and suites and 131 deluxe serviced apartments, five dining outlets and a conference centre that can host up to 2000 guests.

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