Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai's concierge joins Les Clef D’Or group

Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai’s chief concierge will become the first Arab female member of the Les Clefs d’Or in the UAE

Nadine Khaddaz (pictured)
Nadine Khaddaz (pictured)

Caesars Resort Bluewaters Dubai chief concierge Nadine Khabbaz has become the first Arab female member of the Les Clefs d'Or in the UAE organisation.

Khabbaz, who started her career as a concierge in 2010, received the ‘golden keys’ which is the Les Clefs d’Or in the UAE’s symbol for representation.

She has worked across Jordan and the UAE during her career, starting out at Four Seasons Hotel Amman and later received the golden keys from Les Clefs D’Or to be the first and only female holder in Jordan.

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Khaddaz was also part of the pre-opening team for the Fairmont Amman in 2018 and later joined Intercontinental Fujairah as chief concierge/guest experience manager. Six months later, she joined Caesars Bluewaters Dubai.

Commenting on her accolade, Khaddaz said: “One of the great principles I always keep in mind is to be passionate, and push myself every day to accomplish my goal, and following our Les Clefs d’Or motto ‘Service through friendship’ with everyone.”

Les Clefs d'Or is a concierge organisation that networks over 4,000 members in 80 countries and 536 locations and was founded in Paris in 1929.

The organisation will be part of our brand new event - the Concierge Mastermind of the Year, which is a competition designed for Dubai-based concierges to be recognised for their efforts.

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