JW Marriott Marquis Dubai appoints hotel manager

Brian Hashkowitz previously worked with the property in 2012

Brian Hashkowitz
Brian Hashkowitz

JW Marriott Marquis Dubai has appointed Brian Hashkowitz as the hotel manager at its property.

With 20 years’ experience in hospitality, Hashkowitz will oversee the operation of the 1,608-key property and its 15 F&B outlets.

Hashkowitz has worked with Marriott International since 1999, and in several hotels from New York to London before moving to the Middle East. Since 2006 he has been holding various executive roles, assuming the roles of director of rooms, director of food & beverage and director of operations.

Hashkowitz was part of the pre-opening team of JW Marriott Marquis Dubai in 2012. He rejoins the property following his most recent role as the hotel manager at Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites, where he oversaw the entire hotel operation.
“I am excited to rejoin a property that I have very fond memories of. I look forward to working with this first class team to continue JW Marriott Marquis’ journey of excellence within the region,” said Hashkowitz.

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