Millennium Atria Business Bay appoints hotel manager

A Lebanese national, El Hawi has more than 20 years’ experience within the hospitality industry

Ziad El Hawi
Ziad El Hawi

Millennium Atria Business Bay has appointed Ziad El Hawi as its hotel manager.

A Lebanese national, El Hawi has more than 20 years’ experience within the hospitality industry specialising in sales and marketing. 

El Hawi started his career in sales and marketing in Saudi Arabia with the Intercontinental hotel group, he worked there for seven years before moving to Dubai in 2004.

In 2016, he joined the Millennium group in his first assignment as executive assistant manager for Grand Millennium Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai.

“I am thrilled to lead Millennium Atria Business Bay that caters to the needs of both leisure and business travellers. We are currently working on different packages to promote the hotel in the GCC and local markets and my focus will be on elevating the hotel’s reputation while working hand in hand with the team in the property to enhance guest satisfaction and build a solid customer base,” El Hawi said.

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