Mercure Grand Doha welcomes new general manager

Vincent was cluster general manager for four years in Oman with AccorHotels

Mercure Grand Hotel Doha City Centre general manager Sebastian Vincent.
Mercure Grand Hotel Doha City Centre general manager Sebastian Vincent.

Sebastien Vincent has joined the Mercure Grand Hotel Doha City Centre as its new general manager.

Prior to joining Mercure Grand Hotel Doha City Centre, Vincent was the cluster general manager in Oman for four years at the Ibis Muscat as well as the recently opened Mercure Sohar. AccorHotels initially welcomed him in 2002 as executive chef of the Novotel Al Dana Resort, Bahrain, whereupon Vincent rose through the ranks during his 14 years with the company.He also completed the AccorHotels International Hospitality Management Program - Promotion 2010, the company's fast-track career progression programme for future leaders.

Vincent has accumulated a total of 23 years of experience in the hospitality management industry in nine countries, including extensive experience in the Middle East, Indian Ocean, Europe and Asia. Born in Strasbourg, France, Vincent graduated from the School of Tourism and Hotel Management in Strasbourg and in 1994, began his career in food & beverage field as a chef.

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