Fraser Suites West Bay Doha appoints new GM

Starwood veteran appointed as pre-opening general manager to head the operations

The Fraser Suites West Bay Doha is set to open later this year.
The Fraser Suites West Bay Doha is set to open later this year.

Sushil Sharma has been appointed as the general manager of Fraser Suites West Bay Doha.

The 396-suite property in the heart of West Bay, Doha is targeted to open in the fourth quarter of 2016 with focus on attracting both long term and short term stay business.

Sharma is a strategic business leader with strong brand management, hotel operations and people management expertise.

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He brings with him more than 14 plus years of experience in the luxury hospitality sector which includes award winning luxury hotels like The Radisson Edwardian-London, Marriott Harbor Beach Resort-USA, The Sheraton Overland Park Hotel-USA, Westin Mumbai Garden City-India and his last assignment with Starwood Hotels & Resorts was the opening of The Westin Singapore before taking on the new challenge in Doha.

Sharma said: “I am excited to join the opening team of Fraser Suites West Bay Doha which allows me to complete a full circle around the globe. We will be one of the biggest properties in the city and within our division. While our property will offer sophisticated luxury products and amenities, my main focus will be to match that with well trained and engaged talent from around the world.

Sushil holds a bachelor of applied sciences in hospitality administration from Southern New Hampshire University along with a masters of business administration with marketing as his specialisation from the University of Central Missouri State, USA.


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