Frank Naboulsi promoted to VP operations Egypt for AccorHotels

Frank Naboulsi started his career with the Fairmont brand in 1991 as regional director of sales & marketing in Fairmont Banff Springs Hotels in Alberta, Canada

Frank Naboulsi
Frank Naboulsi

AccorHotels has promoted Frank Naboulsi to the role of vice president, operations, Egypt.

Naboulsi started his career with the Fairmont brand in 1991 as regional director of sales & marketing in Fairmont Banff Springs Hotels in Alberta, Canada.

He then moved to become hotel manager and later general manager in two other Fairmont properties in Canada between 1996 and 2001 before moving to Dallas, Texas as general manager of Fairmont Dallas.

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Naboulsi joined Fairmont Nile City in 2007 and continued there ever since as general manager & regional vice president, Egypt before being promoted to his current role.

Naboulsi's remit will now include overseeing Sofitel Winter Palace Luxor, Sofitel Taba Heights, Sofitel Cairo El Gezirah, Sofitel Legend Old Cataract, Sofitel Le Gabriel, Mövenpick Resort & Spa El Gouna, Mövenpick Hotel Cairo-Media City, Mövenpick Resort Taba, Mövenpick Resort Soma Bay, Mövenpick Resort Sharm el Sheikh, Mövenpick Resort El Sokhna, Mövenpick Resort El Quseir, Mövenpick Resort Aswan, in addition to managing Fairmont Nile City. In his new role, Naboulsi will be responsible for supporting AccorHotels' growing portfolio in the country.

Naboulsi is a Certified Hospitality Administrator (CHA) by the American Hotel & Lodging Association, holding a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) and a Bachelor’s degree in Management Administration from California South University as well as a Business Management degree from the University of Grant MacEwan in Canada.

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