Dubai's Millennium Place Marina appoints DOSM

The new hotel will be the first 'Millennium Place' property in the world

Atef El Eskndarany
Atef El Eskndarany

Millennium Hotels and Resorts Middle East and Africa has added Millennium Place to its portfolio of hospitality brands, and has appointed a director of sales & marketing for its first property in Dubai - the Millennium Place Marina.

Atef El Eskndarany has joined the pre-opening team as DOSM, and will be responsible for leading the sales and marketing efforts for the property.

He brings with him almost 19 years of sales and marketing experience across the UAE, Oman and Egypt.

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Prior to this role, Eskndarany was the cluster director of sales and marketing for Radisson Blu Dubai Marina, and has been a part of the pre-opening phase for six hotels of various international hotel brands such as InterContinental Hotel Group, Movenpick and Radisson Hotel Group.

Millennium Place is set to open in the first half of 2019 and features 453 rooms and suites, along with the first Masterchef, the TV Experience restaurant.

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