Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai appoints GM

Eric Śešo has been working with Accor for almost 30 years

Śešo previously worked at Ibis One Central & Ibis World Trade Centre Dubai
Śešo previously worked at Ibis One Central & Ibis World Trade Centre Dubai

Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai has appointed Belgium national Eric Śešo as general manager.

Śešo has held several positions within Accor and will now head the hotel’s operation with 244 units of rooms and apartments located in Downtown Dubai.

Śešo has worked for Accor for nearly three decades, heading operations for Ibis and Novotel across Europe and the Middle East.

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Previously, he was with Ibis One Central & Ibis World Trade Centre Dubai as a cluster hotel manager before joining Mövenpick Hotel Apartments Downtown Dubai.

The hotel successfully opened in October 2018, the brand’s first property in the ‘Burj Khalifa’ district. The halal property features studios and one- and two-bedroom apartments, all with fully-fitted kitchens, while property highlights include outdoor swimming pools, a gym and sauna, as well as four contemporary meeting rooms with natural daylight.

Eric holds a degree in tourism and leisure from Hautes Ecoles Charlemagne, Liège, Belgium.

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