Hilton appoints cluster director of marketing and PR for three UAE hotels

Sayad Ibrahimli will oversee PR operations in Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah, Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort, and Al Hamra Residence and Village

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Hilton Hotels has appointed Sayad Imbrahmli as the new cluster director of marketing and public relations for three UAE hotels: Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah, Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort, and Al Hamra Residence and Village.

Ibrahimli brings more than 15 years of experience to her new role. She has previously worked with the Fairmont Raffles Hotels International and recently the Waldorf Astoria Brand as the marketing and public relations director for Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah for one year.

Ibrahimli has developed and managed multiple strategic partnerships, exclusive events and original campaigns that have resulted in increased footfall and revenue, a statement said.

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