Andaz Dubai The Palm appoints general manager

Kifah Bin Hussein has 22 years’ experience in the hospitality industry

Kifah Bin Hussein
Kifah Bin Hussein

Hyatt’s Andaz Dubai The Palm has appointed Kifah Bin Hussein as its general manager.

Hussein, who has 22 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, previously worked at Hyatt in management positions across Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Poland and Dubai.

Speaking about his role, Hussein said: “Having worked with Hyatt for many years, I’m excited to work with Andaz as it’s an innovative and creative brand that allows me to push the boundaries. This is only achievable with the input and hard work of the associates that were individually selected. I aim to always allow the associates to provide their input in an open discussion.”

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Hussein is passionate about reducing his carbon footprint and plastic usage, and looks forward to being the driving force behind these values at Andaz Dubai The Palm.

He enjoys family meals where they cook healthy Mediterranean cuisine, using home-grown ingredients, supporting the ‘farm to table’ movement – a culinary concept he is launching at the new property.

Andaz Dubai The Palm will open on December 1, 2019.

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