Dubai's Four Points by Sheraton rehires Kashakashvili

In her new role, Kashakashvili will manage all F&B outlets at the 125-room business hotel and take charge of all F&B operations

Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai has appointed Victoria Kashakashvili to the role of assistant food and beverage (F&B) manager.
Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai has appointed Victoria Kashakashvili to the role of assistant food and beverage (F&B) manager.

Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai has rehired Victoria Kashakashvili to the position of assistant food and beverage (F&B) manager. In her new role, Kashakashvili will be in charge of all F&B outlets at the 125-room business hotel and take charge of all F&B operations.

Kashakashvili’s journey with Starwood started in 2002 on home ground at Tbilisi, Georgia. After a stint in Kuwait, she came on board the F&B team at Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai from June 2006 till 2015, where she served across various F&B positions in the hotels five outlets.

Her most recent position was F&B service manager of the pre-opening team at Accor Group. Kashakashvili moved back to Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai recently to head the F&B team.

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Her appointment comes at a time when the hotel is continuing to showcase a series of new F&B developments including the relaunch of the Italian specialty restaurant Ricetta.

The Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai is located on Bank Street, a 10-minute drive from the Dubai International Airport and Dubai World Trade Centre.

The business hotel is known for its outlets Ricetta – the Italian eatery, Indian restaurant Antique Bazaar, all-day dining Promenade, The Viceroy, a bar, and coffee shop La Terrace.

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