Jumeirah Zabeel Saray appoints revenue director

With more than 14 years of hospitality experience, Anas Shahin has joined the resort located on the Palm Jumeirah

Anas Shahin.
Anas Shahin.

Jumeirah Zabeel Saray has appointed Anas Shahin as revenue director to oversee the execution and continuous development of revenue management for the resort.

Shahin has more than 14 years of international hospitality experience, with a strong understanding of the key markets in the Middle East.

His most recent post was country director of revenue strategy with Marriott International in Jordan, where he oversaw the annual pricing process, provided market strategy expertise and leadership, and developed the business outlook strategy for the organisation.

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Responsible for more than three of the company’s key global accounts, he drove business for the organisation’s properties and was instrumental in leading the group’s revenue.

Prior to Marriott International in Jordan, he worked for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and the Ritz Carlton in the US.

At Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Shahin will be responsible for the revenue development and understanding the macro and micro-economic variables to create accurate operational and financial room’s revenue forecasts.

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