Abu Dhabi’s Anantara Eastern Mangroves appoints general manager

Khaled Sharabassy, the new general manager at Anantara Eastern Mangroves, has over 23 years of experience in the hospitality industry

Khaled Sharabassy
Khaled Sharabassy

Khaled Sharabassy, the new general manager at Anantara Eastern Mangroves, has over 23 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

 

Sharabassy, spent more than 14 years in the Middle East,  prior to this, he worked extensively in hospitality in his native country of Egypt.

In his new position at Anantara Eastern Mangroves, he joins a team of more than 230 employees from 35 countries.

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Talking about his appointment, Sharabassy said,  “I am delighted to be embarking on this new experience and working with such a determined and enthusiastic team.”

Anantara Eastern Mangroves has 222 rooms and suites of luxury and comfort, with views across the mangrove lagoon and Abu Dhabi city.

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