Abu Dhabi hotel gets former Olympian as manager

Milos Cerovic takes a dive into heading up Abu Dhabi hotel as its resident manager

Milos Cerovic was a former Olympian swimmer with the Serbian Olympic team in 2000.
Milos Cerovic was a former Olympian swimmer with the Serbian Olympic team in 2000.

Milos Cerovic has more than 12 years expertise as a hotel manager and has been appointed by Beach Rotana in Abu Dhabi as its resident manager.

Cerovic was a member of the 2000 Serbian Olympic team, and participated in the swimming events of the competition.

Following which, Cerovic worked at MGM Hospitality, Global Hyatt and IHG.

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Cerovic joins the Beach Rotana team from his previous position as resident manager of the Shangri-La Hotel in Taipei, where he worked for the last two years.

In his previous assignments, Cerovic has been in-charge of the rooms division, F&B and more operational team.

He also successfully led the 2000-room Athletes' Village during the 2012 Summer Olympics while hosting 3000 athletes in London.

“It’s a great pleasure to join Rotana and especially its flagship hotel. To be a part of a quickly expanding, ‘young’, and visionary company is both intriguing and challenging, and it offers a great opportunity to leave an imprint within the organization,” Cerovic said.

Cerovic graduated from St. John’s University in New York with a B.A. in business administration, and holds a master degree in hotel administration from the University in Nevada.

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