New GM for Novotel & Adagio Abu Dhabi Al Bustan complex

Souffian Zaeraoui continues his AccorHotels journey, and will now helm the complex with 15 years of hospitality experience to his name

Souffian Zaeraoui
Souffian Zaeraoui

Novotel & Adagio Abu Dhabi Al Bustan has appointed Souffian Zaeraoui as the complex's new general manager.

A French-Moroccan national, Zaeraoui has 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

He began his career with Marriott and Sofitel Hotels in Paris.

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He then joined Novotel Cardiff Centre in United Kingdom, working across food & beverage and rooms.

A move to India was next, and Zaeraoui opened the Pullman Gurgaon Central Park in India as operations manager.

Prior to joining Novotel & Adagio Al Bustan, Zaeraoui was the hotel director at Novotel & Adagio Dubai Al Barsha.

Zaeraoui holds an MBA in International Hospitality Management, IMHI from ESSEC Business School in Paris, France.

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