Roda Hotels hires Nael El Waary as cluster GM for four properties

El Waary joins Roda Hotels following a 6-year tenure in Abu Dhabi as the general manager of Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche

Nael El Waary.
Nael El Waary.

Roda Hotels and Resorts has appointed veteran hotelier, Nael El Waary, as the cluster general manager for Roda Al Murooj Downtown, Roda Amwaj Suites, Roda Boutique Villas, and Roda Beach Resort.

El Waary joins Roda Hotels following a 6-year tenure in Abu Dhabi as the general manager of Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche.

With over 30 years of experience, El Waary brings worldwide knowledge in operations and management. Holding senior positions while working with renowned hotel brands like Hilton (San Francisco/ San Jose), AccorHotels (Bahrain/ Abu Dhabi), IHG, Venquest Hotels in California, and The Helmsley Hotels in New York.

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My international management exposure has given me a unique perspective on all aspects of hospitality and I look forward to leading my team to deliver memorable moments for our guests,” El Waary said.

“We are delighted to welcome, Nael El Waary in his role as a cluster general manager, where we will benefit from his knowledge and experience. He will be responsible to deliver authentic hospitality services to our guests and inspire our team to achieve our business objectives,” Imad W. Elias, CEO Roda Hotels & Resorts said.

 

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