InterCon Regency Bahrain, IHG Bahrain get new GM

Jan Ifcic brings over two decades of hotelier experience to his role at IHG Bahrain

Jan Ifcic is the new GM for InterContinental Regency Bahrain.
Jan Ifcic is the new GM for InterContinental Regency Bahrain.

InterContinental Regency Bahrain has appointed Jan Ifcic as its general manager, a role he is taking up along with that of area general manager of InterContinental Hotels Group Bahrain.

Ifcic was most recently general manager of InterContinental Jordan and has previously worked across a number of IHG properties in Europe and the Middle East, including InterContinental London, InterContinental Abu Dhabi, Holiday Inn Downtown Kuwait, InterContinental Phoenicia Beirut and InterContinental Taba Heights Resort, as well as at InterContinental Hotels Group Headquarters EMEA.

A Hospitality Management graduate from Thames Valley University in London, Ifcic is a native of Slovakia and has 22 years of international experience with IHG.

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On his appointment, Ifcic said: “I am honoured and thrilled to join our immensely talented team at InterContinental Regency Bahrain and IHG Bahrain. I am grateful for this opportunity and wish to thank each and every one for the warm welcome.

"It is my pleasure to carry forward the tradition of superior and understated service provided by the InterContinental Regency Bahrain, and build further on IHG success in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

"I look forward to working with the amazing team we have and continue on our journey towards excellence."

There are 178 InterContinental Hotels and Resorts around the world and 53 hotels in the development pipeline, which will open over the next five years.

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