New director of F&B at Grand Millennium Hotel, Muscat

Tyrone Dehoedt has taken up the role in Oman

Appointments, Grand millennium hotel, Muscat

Tyrone Dehoedt has been appointed as the new director of food and beverage for Grand Millennium Hotel in Muscat.

The role will see Dehoedt assist in planning, directing, and supervising all activities associated with the operations of the food and beverage division. He will also be responsible for ensuring that the high professional standards expected of the brand are met.

Dehoedt, who has hospitality experience across Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, said: ““The quality of the dining experiences offered at Grand Millennium is getting better and better. I look forward to offering both our local guests and international visitors a dining experience to remember.”

His planned strategy for the coming months includes the relaunch of Bahriyat Mediterranean restaurant and a family-orientated brunch at the all-day dining restaurant Taybat.

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