DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island appoints hotel manager

Pieter van Beugen has held several management positions in the UAE, Austria and Switzerland among other regions

Pieter van Beugen
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Pieter van Beugen

DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island has appointed Pieter van Beugen as its hotel manager.

Beugen, who began his career in Salzburg, has held several management positions in the UAE, Austria, Doha and Switzerland.

Most recently, he served as director of operations of DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island.

Commenting on the appointment, Nader Halim, cluster general manager at DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island said: “On behalf of the team at DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island, we would like to congratulate Beugen on his new role. Naturally, we are excited for what this means for the hotel as Beugen comes with years of experience in the industry, both in the region and overseas.”

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