Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa Kuwait appoints new DOSM

Georges S. Akar joins Jumeirah Group from the Four Seasons Hotel in Beirut

Georges S. Akar.
Georges S. Akar.

Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa in Kuwait's has appointed Georges S. Akar as its new director of sales and marketing.

Akar joins Jumeirah Group from the Four Seasons Hotel in Beirut following his recent post as director of sales & marketing. To his new role, Akar brings almost 20 years of industry experience and will oversee the Sales & Marketing operations for Kuwait’s luxurious property.

Previously, Akar has filled various directorial position in numerous hotels such as Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts in Riyadh and several regions of Thailand, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in Kuala Lampur, as well as Mövenpick, Rotana and InterContinental Hotels & Resorts in Beirut.

Akar holds a bachelor’s degree in the Science of Business Studies in Hospitality Management from the Lebanese American University in Beirut.

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