Amwaj Rotana, Dubai appoints general manager

Hossam Kamal will lead the team at the five-star property

Hossam Kamal.
Hossam Kamal.

Hossam Kamal has been appointed as general manager of Amwaj Rotana in Dubai.

Starting his career in Cairo, Egypt, Kamal has worked for renowned brands in the hospitality industry such as InterContinental Hotels Group prior to moving to the GCC and joining Rotana in 2004 as front office manager at Beach Rotana Hotel in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Kamal has since held various executive positions in Rotana including executive assistant manager at The Cove Rotana Resort in Ras Al Khaimah, general manager at Fujairah Rotana Resort and Spa and his recently held the position of general manager in Salalah Rotana Resort, the leading resort in the Sultanate of Oman.

During his tenure in Oman, Kamal and his team won the ‘Hotel of the year’ award at the Rotana Annual Conference in 2016 and in 2017 he was awarded as the ‘Manager of the year’.

With more than 24 years of experience in hospitality, Kamal brings astute commercial and operations knowledge to his new role. He is an acclaimed visionary leader with keen skills in identifying and closing new business, expanding existing business and winning customer loyalty.

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