Revenue director joins Novotel & Adagio Abu Dhabi

Novotel & Adagio Abu Dhabi Al Bustan appoints Anil Mehta as director of revenue for four-star complex property

Anil Mehta
Anil Mehta

Four-star complex Novotel & Adagio Abu Dhabi Al Bustan has added to its team with the appointment of Anil Mehta as the director of revenue.

An Indian national, Mehta has more than 16 years of experience in the hospitality industry, with a diploma in hotel management. 

He started his career in hospitality in 2000 with Ananda in the Himalayas, A Destination Spa Resort in India as a front desk agent.

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From there, Mehta moved to the Taj Chandigarh in India with the reservations team and then moved to The Ritz-Carlton Bahrain in 2006.

Two years later, he joined the Ritz-Carlton Dubai as reservations & communication manager and held a similar role at the Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort Dubai.

Prior to joining the Novotel & Adagio Al Bustan, he was the revenue manager at the Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, a post he held for three years.

In his new role, he will be responsible for leading and further improving all aspects of revenue at Novotel & Adagio Al Bustan.

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