Lux Resorts & Hotels appoints regional director of sales and marketing for Middle East, Maldives

Roshan Radhay has more than 10 years’ of experience in the industry

Roshan Radhay
Roshan Radhay

Lux Resorts & Hotels has appointed Roshan Radhay as the regional director of sales and marketing at Lux South Ari Atoll and Lux North Male’ Atoll, Maldives & Middle East.

Previously, Radhay was the cluster director of sales at Shangri-La Barr Al Jissah Resort & Spa and Shangri-La Al Husn Resort & Spa in Muscat, Oman.

He has previously held key positions with premium brands such as Jumeirah Royal Saray in Bahrain, One&Only Seef Bahrain, One&Only Le Saint Géran and Sofitel SO Mauritius.

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Radhay has more than 10 years’ experience in the luxury hospitality sector, sales and marketing.

He graduated with an MBA in business administration from MANCOSA, South Africa and a BA with honours in international relations from People’s Friendship University of Russia

Speaking about his role, Radhay said: “I am thrilled to be joining Lux Resorts & Hotels. As the brand is growing at a very fast pace.  I look forward to working with the talented team and taking the properties to the next level.”

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