Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach appoints general manager

Amery Burleigh joins Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach as the new general manager

Amery Burleigh
Amery Burleigh

Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach has appointed Amery Burleigh as the general manager.

Burleigh was the first female appointed GM for the Sofitel Brand in Australia, where she worked for Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach.

With more than 20 years of the hospitality,  she has worked in hotels across USA, Australia and the Middle East, having worked for brands such as; Fairmont, Four Seasons, and Sofitel.

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In her new role at Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach, Burleigh will oversee the entire hotel management and operations, and set strategic plans to continue achieving the hotel’s revenue, operating and environmental goals.

Burleigh holds a Bachelor degree in International Trade and Politics from the University of California, Berkeley, USA and a Certificate, Executive Officer from the CEO Institute of Australia.

She replaces Philip Jones who has been appointed VP Operations Gulf (Premium Brands) at Accor, effective January 2019.

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