Doubletree by Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Corniche Hotel & Residences appoints GM

Sebastien Scheeg most recently served as the commercial director of DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai, Business Bay

Sebastien Scheeg
Sebastien Scheeg

DoubleTree by Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Corniche Hotel & Residences has appointed Sebastien Scheeg as its new general manager.

Scheeg has 20 years’ experience in the hospitality industry. He started his career with InterContinental Paris, and from there he has held management positions in Geneva, Bora Bora, Abu Dhabi, and Muscat followed by Hilton Kuala Lumpur.

His recent role was that of a commercial director for DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai, Business Bay. Prior to that, he was the cluster commercial director at DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island.

Speaking about appointing Scheeg, Nader Halim, cluster general manager said: "Sebastien's passion, dedication and vast experience in the industry will drive the team to perform and excel, taking Hilton brand in Ras Al Khaimah to a next level,” said Nader Halim, Cluster General Manager.

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