Lebanon’s hospitality leaders honoured in Beirut

Phoenicia Hotel Beirut owners on the list

The owners of the Phoenicia Hotel Beirut were on the honour's list
The owners of the Phoenicia Hotel Beirut were on the honour's list

The Lebanese American University (LAU) Adnan Kassar School of Business (AKSOB) and the AKSOB Hospitality and Tourism Management Department have honoured the achievements and contributions of 12 of Lebanon’s hospitality industry leaders during a gala dinner held at the LAU Beirut campus, Lebanon’s media reported.

Mazen Salha and Marwan Salha, the owners of Phoenicia Hotel Beirut were on the list.

Other honorees included:
President of hotels syndicates Pierre Achkar; founder of Audi Catering Nicholas Audi; CEO and founder of Patchi Chocolate Nizar Choucair; co-founder of Horeca Lebanon and editor in chief of Hospitality News Middle East Nouhad Dammous; president of Jouneih Festival Zeina Frem; owner of Pitch Black Andreas Llovits; owners of MINE Wedding and Events Pamela Mansour Mehanna and Ramzi Mattar; CEO of Nakhal Travel Elie Nakhal; and president of syndicate of owners of restaurants, cafes, nightclubs and pastries Tony Ramy

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