Avani Hotel in Dubai appoints general manager

Amer Ammar has more than 25 years' experience in the industry

Amer Ammar
Amer Ammar

Avani Hotels & Resorts has appointed Amer Ammar as the opening general manager of the Avani Ibn Battuta Dubai Hotel.

Ammar will oversee the launch, daily functions of the 360-key hotel.

With more than 25 years’ experience, Ammar began his career in Jordan in 1994. In 2001, he moved to Dubai where he worked in various operational leadership roles for Taj Palace and Coral International. In 2007, he joined Al Ghurair Group as hospitality manager.

Prior to joining Avani Hotels, Ammar was the general manager at Premier Inn Dubai Investments Park.

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Later in 2009, he became the general manager for the pre-opening team of Premier Inn Dubai Silicon.

Commenting on his appointment, Ammar said: “It is a pleasure to join Avani Hotels & Resorts and to have the opportunity to work with such a dynamic and motivated team in the lead up to this exciting hotel launch.”

Developed by Nakheel, the 18-storey hotel will feature a pool, a gym, an all-day dining restaurant, a coffee shop and car parking.

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