Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria gets new hotel mgr

Egyptian national Ali Mohammed has worked all over the world before returning to Egypt

Ali Mohammed
Ali Mohammed

Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano has appointed Egyptian national Ali Mohammed to the position of hotel manager.

After 15 years outside his homeland of Egypt, Mohammed returns back to the Mediterranean shores with a wide experience that he gained all over the world.

A real hospitality success story, Mohammed has worked his way up from the housekeeping department to hotel manager.

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Ahmed Khalaf, GM, Four Seasons Hotel Alexandria at San Stefano, said: "Ali is a true Four Seasons success story. I am very proud of his remarkable achievements since he joined the company with the opening of Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at The First Residence in February 2000.

“His passion and dedication makes him a role model where ever he goes and an honorable ambassador for Egyptians.”

Mohammed started his career in Cairo, then moved to Saudi Arabia to open the Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh as assistant housekeeping manager, and on to another opening of the former Four Seasons Resort Great Exuma in the Bahamas as assistant director of housekeeping.

He later crossed the Atlantic to continue his Rooms Division career in two different positions at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto in late 2004.

Mohammed globe-trotting continued in 2007 when he headed for the Indian Ocean as FOM at Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru, and then in mid-2008, he was promoted to assistant director of rooms at Four Seasons Hotel Damascus.

He’s also had stints in Thailand and elsewhere before returning to his home in Egypt.

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