New director of housekeeping for Amwaj Rotana

Farzana Rahman joins management team at Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach - Dubai as the director of housekeeping

Farzana Rahman
Farzana Rahman

Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach - Dubai has appointed Farzana Rahman to lead its housekeeping team as director of housekeeping.

Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Rahman brings with her more than 10 years’ international experience in front office, housekeeping and spa management positions

Her previous work experience includes working with properties like Delta Chelsea Hotel in Toronto, Fairmont Orchid in Hawaii and the One & Only Royal Mirage in Dubai.

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Majoring in Psychology and graduating with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Regina, she started her career in the front office department in 2003 where she was responsible for the front of house operations of a 1,590 key hotel.

In 2005, she moved to the housekeeping department and shortly after to the spa and wellness department where she spent two years as spa manager.

Rahman said in a statement: "This is a very exciting move for me and I am grateful to have been given the chance to join the team of one of the Middle East's most reputable hotel chains."

Farzana will be replacing Marko Korica who has been promoted to the position of executive assistant manager at one of Rotana’s newest properties, Boulevard Arjaan by Rotana in Amman, Jordan.

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