General manager for two Address hotels in Dubai appointed

Riad Abi Haidar will oversee the Address Dubai Mall and the Address Boulevard, moving from his previous role at the Address Dubai Marina

Riad Abi Haidar
Riad Abi Haidar

Riad Abi Haidar has been appointed by Emaar Hospitality Group as the general manager of two Address Hotels + Resorts in Dubai.

In his new role, he will responsible for the operations and day-to-day management of Address Dubai Mall and Address Boulevard in Downtown Dubai. He is also mandated with setting strategic plans that will drive the operational excellence of the two hotels and boost team productivity.

Prior to his stint with Address Dubai Marina in 2018, Haidar was the general manager of Manzil Downtown. Eleni Tsolakou is now the general manager of the Address Dubai Marina.

Haidar has worked in several senior managerial positions at international hotel chains in France, Switzerland and the UK.

He holds an MBA in Hotel & Tourism Administration from Cesar Ritz University, Switzerland and a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management from Ecole Hoteliere de Toulouse, France.

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