St Regis Doha GM Tareq Derbas elevated to AGM

Tareq Derbas will oversee Lebanon, Syria, Pakistan, Iran and Iraq for Starwood, while still working as GM of the Doha property

St Regis Doha GM Tareq Derbas
St Regis Doha GM Tareq Derbas

Tareq Derbas has been appointed as area general manager of Lebanon, Syria, Pakistan, Iran and Iraq for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Middle East.

Derbas will also continue his position as the general manager of The St. Regis Doha.

In his new role, Derbas will continue to oversee the day-to-day operations of The St. Regis Doha, as well as the expansion of the Starwood’s growing portfolio across key markets in the Middle East.

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With more than 25 years of international experience, Derbas has held senior executive positions with luxury hotels brands prior to his current position, including the Four Seasons Hotels in Amman and Riyadh as well as Burj Al Arab in Dubai.

Derbas said: "I look forward to my new responsibilities as area general manager and to work with Starwood to further strengthen our company’s appeal across the region."

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