Rixos Hotels in the UAE reveals name of regional general manager

This is the second recent promotion for Cenk Unverdi

The appointment follows Cenk’s recent promotion to cluster general manager of Rixos The Palm Dubai Hotels & Suites and Rixos Premium Dubai in 2018
The appointment follows Cenk’s recent promotion to cluster general manager of Rixos The Palm Dubai Hotels & Suites and Rixos Premium Dubai in 2018

Rixos Hotels UAE has appointed Cenk Unverdi as regional general manager of the four, five-star properties in the UAE, including Rixos The Palm Dubai Hotel & Suites, Rixos Premium Dubai, the newly opened Rixos Saadiyat Island and Rixos Bab Al Bahr.

According to a statement, Cenk now oversees all day-to-day operations of the properties.

The appointment comes shortly after Cenk’s recent promotion to cluster general manager of Rixos The Palm Dubai Hotels & Suites and Rixos Premium Dubai in 2018, following a reportedly succession of key achievements since moving to the UAE with Rixos Hotels in 2012.

Cenk helped oversee the pre-opening of Rixos The Palm Dubai as operations manager, overseeing the restructure of Rixos the Palm Dubai as it transitioned into the UAE’s first luxury multi-concept resort in 2016, and was assigned project leader for the pre-opening of Rixos Premium Dubai in 2017.

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