Raffles Dubai promotes Krystel Irani to director of operations

Irani's responsibilities as director of operations include overseeing all the daily hotel operations at the property

Krystel Irani started her hospitality career in Paris at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in 2003.
Krystel Irani started her hospitality career in Paris at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in 2003.

Raffles Dubai has appointed Krystel Irani as director of operations. In her new role, she will oversee all the daily hotel operations at the property.

Irani brings with her more than 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry, including four years at Raffles Dubai.

She first joined Raffles Dubai as a front office manager in 2013 and was subsequently promoted to her most recent role of director of rooms in February 2015.

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In this role she was responsible for a team of 180 colleagues including front office, housekeeping, concierge, laundry, and butlers.

Irani started her hospitality career in Paris at the Four Seasons Hotel George V in 2003, where she held several leadership roles before relocating to the Middle East as part of the opening team for Four Seasons Hotel Beirut as well as a St. Regis property in the region, before moving to Dubai in 2013.

She holds a bachelor degree in International Hotel Management from Vatel International Hospitality School in Paris and is fluent in English, French, and Arabic.

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