Louvre Hotels Group - MENA makes cluster hires in Abu Dhabi

A cluster general manager and cluster director of sales & marketing have been appointed for the Golden Tulip Downtown Abu Dhabi

Jan Huepers
Jan Huepers
Nuran Kilani
Nuran Kilani

Louvre Hotels Group – MENA has appointed a cluster general manager and cluster director of sales & marketing for its Abu Dhabi properties.

Jan Huepers is the cluster general manager for Golden Tulip Downtown Abu Dhabi and Grand Continental Flamingo Hotel.

He has more than 25 years of hotel and management experience in full-service hotel operations across a number of brands.

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He joins following assignments with IHG Hotels Group and Wyndham Hotel Group in Germany, Jordan, Kenya, Kazakhstan and the UAE.

Nuran Kilani is the property's new cluster director of sales & marketing. She has more than a decade of experience in the GCC and Middle East, having worked with brands such as Hyatt, Conrad, Shangri-La, Dusit, Rixos and Emaar Hospitality Group as cluster DOS.

In her previous roles, Kilani was responsible for the sales and marketing strategy development for pre-opening properties as well as operating hotels.

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