Radisson Blu hotels in Oman land new cluster GM

Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat and Radisson Blu Hotel, Sohar in Oman have appointed Tobias Ammon as their new cluster general manager

Tobias Ammon.
Tobias Ammon.

Tobias Ammon has joined the Radisson Blu Hotel, Muscat and Radisson Blu Hotel, Sohar in Oman as the cluster general manager.

Ammon rejoins the Carlson Rezidor Group following 18 months in Germany as general manager of Dorint Pallas in Wiesbaden.

Prior to this, Ammon spent more than 11 years with Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group holding various leadership positions. He was general manager at Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Cesme in Turkey and Radisson Blu Hotel Klaipeda, Lithuania. Prior to this, Ammon held the positions of executive assistant manager and director of food & beverage at the group’s Park Inn by Radisson hotels in St Petersburg.

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A German national, Ammon holds a bachelor degree in Hotel Management from State Hotel School in Berlin. He has also worked with several hotels in Germany, including Arabella Sheraton Grand Hotel and NH Hotel Group. He brings to his first role in Middle East a resume with more than 17 years of experience spanning general management and food & beverage.

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