Paramount Hotels ‘on track’ for Dubai opening despite senior departure

The hotel confirmed that Alessandro Redaelli departed from his role as vice president of operations two weeks ago

Despite a senior departure, Paramount Hotels is opening its Dubai hotel as normal
Despite a senior departure, Paramount Hotels is opening its Dubai hotel as normal

Paramount Hotels and Resorts has confirmed to Hotelier Middle East that it plans to open its first Middle Eastern hotel in Dubai “as normal” following a managerial departure.

The hotels vice president of operations, Alessandro Redaelli, left his role at the company to pursue a career as managing director of Hilton this week.

Paramount Hotels’ executive producer for marketing and communication, Inna Gernega, said the recruitment process to succeed Redaelli was underway and there would be no delays with the hotel opening.

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Set to open in Dubai’s Business Bay from the 1 September 2019, Paramount Hotels is a "Californian-themed" complex that feature 823 rooms including suites from a variety of producers such as the Great Gatsby Suite and The Godfather Suite.

Paramount has 23 signed projects in the pipeline worldwide, including in Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

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