Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi appoints new GM

Previously, Olivier Thomas held the same position at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca

Olivier Thomas.
Olivier Thomas.

Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island has appointed Olivier Thomas as the new general manager.

Thomas brings more than 20 years of hospitality industry experience to his new job. Previously, he held the same position at Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca from 2014 to 2017. Before that, Thomas has served at the company’s properties in Amman, Jordan, which was his first Four Seasons assignment, as well as in Prague, Czech Republic.

Commenting on his appointment, the French native said he looks forward to working in UAE’s capital city and taking advantage of the property’s easy access to Al Maryah Island.

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Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi at Al Maryah Island, a water-front property, consists 200 rooms including 38 suites, two ballrooms and six restaurants and lounges.

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