Park Inn by Radisson Duqm gets new hotel manager

Jordanian Ahmad Daghmash rises steadily through the ranks to assume position

Ahmad Daghmash.
Ahmad Daghmash.

Park Inn Duqm has announced Ahmad Daghmash will take over as its new hotel manager.

With more than 15 years experience in the hospitality industry, Daghmash began his career with the Rezidor Hotel Group in Oman and has, since then, worked across front office and reservations operations.

In 2008, the Jordanian national began his career with The Rezidor Hotel Group as a night manager at Radisson in Oman and moved to Park Inn Muscat as reservations manager. He was later promoted to front office manager.

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Cluster general manager for Park Inn Muscat and Park Inn Duqm Rabih Zein said: “Daghmash’s journey is a testament to how we value career development within our brand. We grow talent and retain the employees who excel in their field to be role models to others.”

The four-star property offers 73 chalets and apartments, restaurants, a tennis court, kids playground, swimming pool and a gym.

Park Inn by Radisson Hotel & Residence Duqm represents the second Park Inn brand in the Sultanate of Oman.

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