Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba reveals general manager

Tatyana Atanasova has more than 16 years’ experience in the hospitality industry

Tatyana Atanasova
Tatyana Atanasova

Five-star property Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba has appointed Tatyana Atanasova as its general manager.

Atanasova, who has 16 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, will be reporting to Michael Nugent, vice president operations for Levant and Pakistan.

She joins the hotel after working as the hotel manager at Mövenpick Resort Petra for 14 months.

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Prior to working with the hospitality group, Atanasova spent four years as general manager at Royal Palaces in Doha. Before that, she led the team at Silver House Business Hotel in Sofia, Bulgaria for three years.

With a masters in Economics and Science, she also completed several hospitality projects in Germany, Czech Republic, South Africa, USA and Barbados.

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