Grand Millennium Business Bay appoints general manager

Mustafa Abu Al Ainen brings with him 25 years’ experience

Mustafa Abu Al Ainen
Mustafa Abu Al Ainen

Grand Millennium Business Bay has appointed Mustafa Abu Al Ainen as its general manager.

An Irish-Egyptian national, Al Ainen has 25 years’ experience in hotel management and operations.

He has worked for several international hotel chains such as IHG, Hilton and Rotana in the gulf region and the United Kingdom.

Prior to his current role, he was working at Millennium Hotels and Resorts, Middle East and Africa (MEA) as director of operations for Middle East markets in 2018.

In his new role, he will be focusing on elevating the property’s reputation as a preferred hotel for both leisure and business travellers and will be responsible for all aspects of operations at Grand Millennium Business Bay.

Commenting on his appointment, Mustafa Abu Al Ainen said: “I am honoured to be part of the Grand Millennium Business Bay family. I look forward to leading the team to further strengthen the hotel’s position as one of the most desirable destinations for corporate and leisure guests in the city.”

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