Amman Marriott Hotel appoints hotel manager

Laith Naber was previously the resident manager at Renaissance Downtown Hotel Dubai

Laith Naber
Laith Naber

Amman Marriott Hotel has appointed Laith Naber as hotel manager, effective immediately.

Naber has more than 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry; starting his career with Marriott Hotels in 2004 and gaining intensive Front Office and Rooms experience from his positions at Amman Marriott Hotel and Dead Sea Marriott Resort & Spa. In fact, he received the prestigious Marriott EDGE (Excellence in Delivering the Guest Experience) Award from Marriott Head Quarters. In 2016, he joined the opening team of the Renaissance Downtown Hotel Dubai and was the resident manager in his most recent position.

Known amongst his peers for his passion for the industry, clear objectives and committed leadership skills, Naber commented on his appointment saying: “Amman Marriott Hotel is where I started my journey with the company, therefore I am extremely excited to be coming back and taking part of this great team at such an iconic Hotel.”

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