Hilton appoints cluster general manager at four Ras Al Khaimah properties

The cluster general manager has more than 17 years’ experience for Hilton in the Arabian Peninsula

Hilton's cluster general manager Nader Halim (pictured)
Hilton's cluster general manager Nader Halim (pictured)

Hilton has hired Nader Halim as cluster general manager at four Ras Al Khaimah hotels.

Halim will be responsible for the commercial and operations of DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island, DoubleTree by Hilton Ras Al Khaimah, as well as DoubleTree by Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Corniche Hotel & Residences and Hampton by Hilton Al Marjan Island.

Hilton said the Halim will ensure that all the four properties remain focused on offering unique services and experiences to different target markets.

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Nader joined Hilton in 2002 and recently served as general manager of DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island.

Commenting on his appointment, Halim said he would work his team across the four properties to ensure that guests can enjoy its suite of services.

“As cluster general manager, I will work closely with the leadership teams of the respective properties to ensure that we deliver experiences for every type of traveller.”

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