Time Hotels appoints new corporate director of housekeeping

Amar Purmessur will bring more than 30 years of experience in room division to his new role at the UAE-headquartered hotel

Amar Purmessur.
Amar Purmessur.

Time Hotels has appointed Amar Purmessur as the new corporate director of housekeeping. Purmessur will bring more than 30 years of experience in room division to his new role.

He will on the overall responsibility for the planning, organisation, training and development of the housekeeping department and its divisional workforce, as well as comply with brand standards.

Originally from Mauritius, Purmessur has previously worked in a number of roles across the housekeeping and laundry departments for hospitality companies including InterContinental Hotels Group, Rotana Hotels Group, Radisson Hotels and Banyan Tree.

In his latest role, Purmessur was executive housekeeper for Angsana Balaclava Resort in Mauritius where he was responsible for the quality and cleanliness of the overall resort, as well as overseeing all laundry operations within the hotel. Prior to that, he was a hospitality operations trainer for cruise ships, providing training to all housekeeping staff on health and safety and service standards.

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