St Regis Hotel Amman hires hotel manager

Khalid Bseiso has 20 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, specifically in the food and beverage sector

Khalid Bseiso
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Khalid Bseiso

Marriot International Hotels Group has appointed Khalid Bseiso as the hotel manager of The St. Regis Hotel Amman – Jordan, the property has announced.

Bseiso has 20 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, specifically in the food and beverage sector. 

Prior to his current role, Besio was the executive assistant manager (EAM) / beverage & food (B&F) at W Amman hotel. He has also worked with Sheraton Amman Entertainment Centre, Sheraton Amman Hotel and Towers, Four Seasons Hotel Amman, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at First Residence, and Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus.

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Speaking about his appointment, Khalid Bseiso said: “This is an exciting time in my career to witness the opening of the very first St. Regis Hotel in the Kingdom of Jordan, and I am very excited to be part of the pre-opening team of the hotel. I am thrilled to invest all my experience and efforts alongside with the hotel teams, to launch and operate The St. Regis Amman”.

Besio was involved in the pre-opening phases of seven hotels, and has also helped in redesigning and initiating new restaurants concepts. In addition to that, he has “strong knowledge and understanding” in the financial, accounting, marketing and operational functions of luxury hotel brands.

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