Jumeirah at Etihad Towers appoints general manager

Savino Leone will be responsible for running the hotel’s 382 rooms & suites, Talise Spa, and 12 dining destinations

Leone Savino
Leone Savino

Jumeirah at Etihad Towers has appointed Savino Leone as its general manager.

An Italian national, Leone has a wealth of experience spanning from Asia, Europe and Middle East to Africa.

Prior to joining Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts, he held several senior management positions with the InterContinental Hotels Group, including that of general manager of the group’s Osaka hotel in Japan; resident manager in Doha, food & beverage manager in London and assistant food & beverage manager in Dubai.

Over his years in the hospitality industry, Leone has gained great leadership expertise in hotel operations, sales and team development.

Leone joins the team from his previous role as general manager at Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa in Kuwait.
In his current role, he will be responsible for running the hotel’s 382 rooms & suites, Talise Spa, and 12 dining destinations.

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