AGM for Nassima Hotels appointed new Crowne Plaza Dubai GM

Mrad El Khoury will be heading the property located on Sheikh Zayed Road

Mrad El Khoury joins Crowne Plaza Dubai.
Mrad El Khoury joins Crowne Plaza Dubai.

Crowne Plaza Dubai has appointed Mrad El Khoury as the new general manager.

El Khoury previously held area director of sales & marketing and general manager positions for many hotel groups over the last 20 years including Acico Group, Rotana Hotels & Resorts and Starwood Hotel Group.

In his most recent position, El Khoury served as the area general manager at Nassima Hotels, part of the Acico Group from August 2017.

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In a previous position, El Koury acted as cluster general manager – Northern Emirates covering four resorts under Rotana Hotels from March 2015 to July 2017.

Earlier to that, he served as the general manager at Towers Rotana Hotel and general manager at Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa.

To his new role, El Khoury brings more than 20 years of experience in hotel projects from pre-opening to daily operations as Crowne Plaza Dubai prepares to celebrate its 24th anniversary.

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