Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort by Anantara welcomes three new team leaders

The new team will overlook the resort of 206 rooms, suites and villas nestled within The Empty Quarter

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Anantara Qasr Al Sarab has appointed new management team leaders: Hussam Khraisat as executive assistant manager, Mario Pertl as F&B director, and Louis Badenhorst as executive chef.

The new team will overlook the resort of 206 rooms, suites and villas nestled within The Empty Quarter – a 90-minute drive from Abu Dhabi.

Jordan national, Hussam Khraisat, has a hospitality background in personnel and operations management, and is the new executive assistant manager.

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An Austrian native, Mario Pertl has worked in hotels across several countries like Austria, Switzerland, and the UAE. Now an F&B director at Anantara Qasr Al Sarab, he will manage all five restaurants, banquet facilities and corporate events.

Louis Badenhorst from South Africa has 14 years of culinary expertise and is the new executive chef at Anantara Qasr Al Sarab. 

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