Dusit International appoints new general manager for Bahrain's dusitD2 City Centre

As general manager of dusitD2 City Centre, Bahrain, he is responsible for the opening of the 195-key property in Manama, in early 2019

Maher Abou-Tacca.
Maher Abou-Tacca.

Thailand-based, global hospitality company Dusit International has appointed Maher Abou-Tacca as the new general manager for its upcoming dusitD2 City Centre, Bahrain hotel.

Abou-Tacca an Australian national, brings with him more than 22 years of senior management experience working for luxury and upscale hotel chains such as Radisson, Shangri-La and Mövenpick across Australia, Lebanon and the UAE.

Prior to joining Dusit, he was the general manager of Dubai-based Metro Global Hospitality Group, where he oversaw a team of more than 750 staff providing full housekeeping solutions to more than 26 hotels in the UAE.

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Besides working in hotels, he spent two years as the professor of Hospitality Management at Al-Kafaàt University, Beirut, Lebanon.

As general manager of dusitD2 City Centre, Bahrain, he is responsible for the opening of the 195-key property in Manama, in early 2019.

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