Gefinor Rotana Beirut appoints new GM

Gilbert Zeait brings more than 18 years of experience in the field of hospitality and hotel management to the position

Appointments, Beirut, Gefinor Rotana, Lebanon, New general manager

Gefinor Rotana in Beirut, Lebanon has appointed Gilbert Zeait as its new general manager.

Zeait, who has an MBA from the American University of Science and Technology (AUST) in Lebanon and a Bachelor’s in Hospitality Management with distinction from the same university, has worked in several hotels in Lebanon and the wider Arab region.

His career in hospitality began in Lebanon in 2000. He has worked in Riyadh overseeing five hotels as regional general manager.

In his new position at Gefinor Rotana Hotel, Zeait is in charge of supervising more than 163 rooms and suites, taking care of all conferences and meetings, and delivering the first batch of suites for permanent stay that were recently completely renewed.

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