Dubai’s Grand Millennium Business Bay hires general manager

With over 20 years' experience in the Middle East hospitality sector, Mrad El Khoury will be responsible for daily operations at the Dubai-based hotel.

Mrad El Khoury will be responsible for Dubai Business Bay
Mrad El Khoury will be responsible for Dubai Business Bay

Grand Millennium Business Bay has appointed Mrad El Khoury as its general manager for its properties in Dubai’s Business Bay.

With over 20 years’ experience in the Middle East hospitality sector, El Khoury was described by the hotel group as a “valuable and key addition” to the team and will be responsible for daily operations.

El Khoury has held high-profile roles such as area director of sales and marketing to general manager for hotel chains including Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG), Rotana Hotels & Resorts and Starwood Hotel Group during his career.

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His other highlights include being awarded the 2017 Chairman Award for the Best Performing Area and Best Performing Cluster General Manager.

The Grand Millennium Dubai Business Bay property comprises 251 room and an array of facilities.

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