Millennium Hotel Group appoints cluster director of sales

Hossam Nabil has more than 22 years of hospitality experience in the UAE

Hossam Nabil
Hossam Nabil

Millennium Al BarshaMillennium Atria Business Bay and Millennium Montrose Executive Apartments have appointed Hossam Nabil as their cluster director of sales and marketing.

Nabil is an Egyptian national who brings more than 22 years of hospitality experience to his new role.

Having held senior sales and marketing positions with groups such as InterContinental Hotels Group, Time Hotels and Rotana Hotels, he joins the pre-opening group of Millennium Al Barsha which is set to open in August 2019.

Commenting on his appointment, Nabil said: “I am fortunate enough to be part of the successful journey of Millennium Atria Business Bay, Millennium Al Barsha and Millennium Montrose Executive Apartments. In line with the hotel’s growth strategy, I have a commitment to attract new markets for the hotels and continue to grow the solid reputation of the brand in the Middle East region.”

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