Revenue director joins Carlson Rezidor AUH hotels

Akshay Sood has been appointed director of revenue for Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson Abu Dhabi Yas Island hotels

Akshay Sood.
Akshay Sood.

Akshay Sood has been appointed director of revenue for Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson Abu Dhabi Yas Island hotels.

The British national has an honours degree, Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Restaurant Management from IIMT, Oxford Brookes University in the UK.

With over 14 years of hospitality experience, he started his career in revenue management in 2003 with the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotels – a collection of four and five star luxury hotels within London, Manchester and Heathrow.

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Sood then joined Carlson Rezidor Hotels in the UK as senior cluster revenue manager in 2013 before being appointed head of revenue & distributions at the Splendid Hospitality Group.

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Akshay back into the Carlson Rezidor team. He has a wealth of experience and an in-depth understanding of revenue management that will be crucial in achieving our RevGen ambition for both properties going forward,” said Guido Bayley, cluster general manager of Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson Abu Dhabi Yas Island hotels.

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