Coral Beach Resort Sharjah appoints new director of guest services

Osama Taher's new role will include the front office and the housekeeping for the property

Osama Taher.
Osama Taher.

Coral Beach Resort Sharjah has appointed Osama Taher as the new director of guest services. Taher’s new role will include overseeing the front office and housekeeping for the property.

Prior to his appointment, Taher served as the assistant front office manager for a hotel in Abu Dhabi but got his start in the industry in Cairo in 2006 before working at various hotels across the GCC.

Taher holds a bachelor’s degree from Helwan University - Faculty of Tourism & Hotel – Hotel Management and is certified professional from American Hotel & lodging education institute and American University Cairo.

The four-star Sharjah property, part of Hospitality Management Holding, features 156 rooms and a range of leisure activities for all ages including the Rimal Club, a fitness centre, children’s pool and a complimentary Kid’s Club.

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