Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort appoints F&B manager

Paolo Rellini has more than 17 years of hospitality experience

Paolo Rellini
Paolo Rellini

Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort has appointed Paolo Rellini as its F&B manager. He will oversee the resort’s four restaurants as well as all in-room and event services.

Rellini joins the Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort team with more than 17 years of hospitality experience. With an extensive tenure with the internationally renowned Princess Cruises, he has worked around the globe offering world-class service to guests in a variety of roles including customer service & revenue director.

Commenting on the appointment, Amr Ahmed Hotel Manager of Hilton Al Hamra Beach and Golf Resort said: “We are delighted to have Paolo join us as we are positive that his wealth of knowledge and expertise in the industry will be a valuable asset to our team”.

Speaking about his new role, Paolo Rellini said: “I am excited to be joining such a dynamic team and I look forward to creating new and innovative food and beverage offerings as well as developing the already stellar offerings, to continue to provide our guests with amazing culinary experiences”.

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