Hans Schiller takes over Hilton Capital Grand Abu Dhabi as GM

He was previously cluster general manager of Hilton Abu Dhabi and Hilton Al Ain

Hans Schiller
Hans Schiller

Hans Schiller has taken over Hilton Capital Grand Abu Dhabi as its general manager.

German national Schiller has more than 26 years’ hospitality experience, working across the Middle East and Africa in countries including the UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, among others

He was previously cluster general manager of Hilton Abu Dhabi and Hilton Al Ain.

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Schiller graduated from the Dr. Speiser Hotel Management School and also has a Kitchen Apprentice Degree in Culinary Skills. He began his journey in the hotel industry in 1989.

He joined the Hilton family in 2008 as director of operations for Hilton Alexandria Green Plaza in Egypt, and joined the Hilton Abuja in Nigeria in 2012.

Moving to Saudi Arabia next, he took on the role of cluster general manager of Doubletree by Hilton Riyadh – Al Muroj Business Gate and Hilton Garden Inn Riyadh Olaya in 2014. In 2016, he added the Doubletree by Hilton Dhahran to his portfolio.

Following his stint in Saudi Arabia, Schiller moved to UAE as cluster general manager for Hilton Abu Dhabi and Hilton Al Ain.

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