Dubai's V Hotel Al Habtoor City appoints lifestyle manager

Vrankovic makes the move to the V Hotel from Tribeca Kitchen and Bar at JA Ocean View Hotel

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V Hotel, Al Habtoor City has appointed Vesna Vrankovic as lifestyle manager, a newly created role at the V Hotel Brand.

Vrankovic makes the move to the V Hotel from Tribeca Kitchen and Bar at JA Ocean View Hotel.

She will bring to the role progressive ideas that are in line with the V Hotel’s brand values. She will be tasked with conceptualising fresh and forward-thinking concepts, forming and developing key relationships and collaborations with brands, people and companies and managing the image and progressiveness of the F&B outlets.

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“V Hotel is a strong and dynamic new brand to hit the market and it’s going to be a game-changer for the Dubai hotel scene”, said Fredrik Reinisch, complex general manager for the Al Habtoor City Hotel Collection.

Born and raised in Australia, her 18-year modelling career has seen her walk the runway for the likes of Carolina Herrera, Philip Plein, Galliano and Valentino.

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