Kempinski Hotel Muscat appoints director of sales and marketing

Firas Rashid will focus on creating strategic regional and international partnerships

Firas Rashid
Firas Rashid

Kempinski Hotel Muscat has appointed Firas Rashid as its director of sales and marketing.

A commercial expert with over 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, prior to joining Kempinski Hotel Muscat Firas held the position of area director of sales & marketing for a five-star luxury hotel brand in Oman in addition to various roles in renowned hotel chains around the world.

With his diverse experience in business development, hotel operations, and property development, he will also focus on creating strategic regional and international partnerships to position Kempinski Hotel Muscat and Oman as a destination for leisure as well as business travellers.

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Designed with a variety of local Omani influences, the urban resort opened its doors in March 2018 and recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. Encompassing more than 6km of coastline within Al Mouj Muscat.

Kempinski Hotel Muscat comprises 310 rooms and suites, 77 beachfront residences and villas, meeting facilities, 10 restaurants and lounges, a fully equipped health club and a luxury spa.

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