The H Dubai Hotel reveals director of sales

Sherif El Mansoury bring 19 years of hospitality experience

Sherif El Mansoury
Sherif El Mansoury

Five-star property The H Dubai Hotel has appointed Sherif El Mansoury as its director of sales.

Moving from The H Resort Seychelles to Dubai, El Mansoury will be responsible for leading the hotel’s sales team and will play an integral role in the development and implementation of strategic sales plans and initiatives to maximise all revenue streams.
He will also identify new business opportunities for The H Hotel Dubai and will represent the property at major events, conference and trade shows.

Mansoury brings 19 years of luxury hospitality experience, having worked at international hotel chains in the GCC like Kempinski Soma Bay, The Ritz Carlton Sharm El Sheikh, Fairmont Nile City Hotel, and Mosaic Palais Aziza & Spa Hotel in Marrakesh and Rosewood Jeddah Hotel in Saudi Arabia.

He was the regional director of sales & marketing at Hakkasan Group overseeing the Middle East & Asia markets before joining the H Hospitality Collection early this year.

“We are delighted to welcome Sherif El Mansoury to the team,” said Gonzalo Rodriguez, General Manager, and The H Dubai Hotel. “With his proven track record of implementing profitable sales plan, extensive knowledge of the GCC challenging market, and vast experience of luxury brands, we are confident that Sherif will be a great addition to the robust sales team and a valuable asset to the brand.”

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