Ramada Ajman hires new executive housekeeper

He brings in ten years of hospitality expertise in his new role

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Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman has appointed Kamal Kant as its new executive housekeeper.

He brings in ten years of hospitality expertise in his new role. Before joining the property, he was the housekeeping manager at Fairmont Ajman. He previously worked with Fairmont hotels in various locations including Fairmont Dubai, Fairmont Jaipur, and had a pre-opening stint at Fairmont Singapore. He also has experience with properties in Bangalore and Mussoorie in India.   

Iftikhar Hamdani, general manager of Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman, commented: “We are pleased to welcome Kamal Kant to our Ramada Ajman family. This is a key role in the property given that we have one of the biggest room inventories in the Northern Emirates, with an established clientele including long-stay guests. We are confident that he will bring in valuable contributions to the housekeeping team.”

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