Fairmont The Palm promotes director of rooms

Soumana Ammar will now serve as the resort’s director of operations

Soumana Ammar
Soumana Ammar

Fairmont The Palm, Dubai has promoted Soumana Ammar to the role of director of operations. Soumana is responsible for overseeing and enhancing the execution of the resort’s operational procedures and delivering key strategic initiatives across the resort.

Soumana moved from her previous role as director of rooms which she had held since 2014 following a successful pre-opening as director of front office. Soumana has been an integral driver of the quality committee at the resort which she introduced with great success. She has supported multiple regional projects and has assisted on property taskforces at Fairmont Fujairah and Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos Barcelona.

The Lebanese national brings along a wealth of experience to the role having worked with multiple resort and city hotel properties across the Middle East region.

Fairmont The Palm GM Kai Winkler commented: “I am very pleased to be working with Soumana as the resort’s director of operations who has been with us since the resort’s opening. Apart from her driven personality, she is skillful multitasker – an embodiment of a great woman’s leadership. We are excited in working together to enhance the performance and increasing Fairmont The Palm’s benchmark of success and leading the trends in the segment of transformational travel.”

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