Emaar appoints new GM at Address Dubai Marina

Riad Abi Haidar previously served as a general manager at Emaar's Manzil Downtown in Dubai

Riad Abi Haidar.
Riad Abi Haidar.

Emaar Hospitality Group has appointed Riad Abi Haidar as general manager of Address Dubai Marina, part of Address Hotels + Resorts.

Haidar previously served as a general manager at Manzil Downtown since January 2011, part of Emaar’s Vida Hotels and Resorts. Before that, he served as the assistant F&B director at Al Bustan Rotana Dubai and served in the same role previously at Al Murooj Rotana Dubai.

The new general manager has completed a strategic management course in hospitality administration/management from Cornell University, USA and holds an MBA from Cesar Ritz University in Switzerland. Haidar received his bachelor's degree in hospitality management from Ecole Hotelier de Toulouse, France.

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To his new role, Haidar brings extensive experience across the industry, having worked in several senior managerial positions at international hotel chains in various global markets.

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