Hospitality Management Holding reveals new director of operations

Prior to this role, Haytham Abdelaziz was the cluster GM of Bahi Ajman Palace & Coral Beach Resort

Haytham Abdelaziz
Haytham Abdelaziz

Hotel management company — Hospitality Management Holding (HMH) — has promoted Haytham Abdelaziz to the role of director of operations for the HMH Group.

Prior to his promotion, Abdelaziz was the cluster general manager of Bahi Ajman Palace & Coral Beach Resort. In his new role, Abdelaziz will be responsible for “overseeing the execution of the brands operational procedures and delivering key strategic initiatives for the new properties in the pipeline to full operation readiness”.

Abdelaziz who has more than 19 years of experience has worked in different hospitality brands across Egypt, UAE and Saudi Arabia. He HMH in 2014 as the executive assistant manager at the Bahi Ajman Palace Hotel before being promoted to the position of hotel manager at Coral Beach Resort Sharjah in 2015. He then moved on to the role of the general manager in 2017 before being promoted as the acting cluster general manager in 2018.

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