Hilton appoints cluster commercial director for three hotels in Ras Al Khaimah

Christine Khachatryan has 19 years’ experience in the hospitality industry

Christine Khachatryan
Christine Khachatryan

Hilton Al Hamra Hotels has appointed Christine Khachatryan the cluster commercial director for Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort, Al Hamra Residence and Village and Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah.

Khachatryan has 19 years’ experience in commercial and business development in hospitality. She moved to Dubai in 2007 and since then has worked in various roles with Marriott International.

As market director of corporate sales Khachatryan oversaw the corporate segment of eight Marriott properties including JW Marriott Marquis and most recently the opening of Aloft Me’aisam, Element by Westin Me’aisam and Aloft Dubai South.

Speaking about her new role, Khachatryan said: “I am delighted to be joining the cluster team. I look forward to expanding on the hard work already underway and further developing Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort, Al Hamra Residence and Village and Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah as must visit destinations.”

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