R Hotels appoints new hotel manager for Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham JBR

Binu Varghese brings more than 20 years of experience to his new role

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R Hotels has appointed Binu Varghese as the new hotel manager at Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham JBR.

To his new role, Varghese brings more than 20 years of hospitality experience which consisting mainly of sales and marketing roles with international hotel brands. He previously worked as the director of sales and marketing at Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai and Copthorne Hotel Dubai.

Before that, he worked as the executive assistant manager for operations at Wyndham Dubai Marina. He held the same role as EAM for pre-opening support at various Wyndham properties in GCC and Africa including Ramada City Centre Manama, Ramada Addis Ababa and Ramada Resort Dar es Salaam. He also served as cluster director of sales and marketing at Ramada Plaza JBR and Ramada Sharjah, a statement said.

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