New cluster DOSM enters Nassima Royal brand

ACICO appoints Adib El Khoury as cluster director of sales & marketing for the recently launched Nassima Royal brand

Adib El Khoury.
Adib El Khoury.

ACICO has landed a new cluster director of sales & marketing, Adib El Khoury.

Lebanese national El Khoury brings with him more than 15 years of experience across the GCC to ACICO's flagship property, sister property Nassima Tower and Radisson Blu Resort, Dibba, Fujairah.

El Khoury first started his career in five star properties in his home country, some of which included Le Meridien Commodore and the Metropolitan Palace hotel. Adib then moved on to consolidate his knowledge of the UAE market.

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As a trilingual and proactive professional he worked as area manager for Rotana Hotel before moving to the The Address Hotels and Resorts, where he made his way to the position of cluster director of sales, and director of lifestyle and events.

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