Doubletree By Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach appoints executive chef

Kevin Coey has two decades of experience in the hospitality industry

Kevin Coey
Kevin Coey

DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach has appointed Kevin Coey as the executive chef of the hotel’s managed restaurant & outlets.

Coey brings 20 years’ experience to the role.

Prior to joining this property, he was executive chef at Hilton Northolme Seychelles Resort & Spa. He was also appointed as the vice president of the Seychelles Chefs and Cooks association.

Commenting on the Coey’s appointment, the property’s GM Elif Yazoglu said: “It is a pleasure to have Kevin join the DoubleTree by Hilton family. The kitchen is at the heart of any home and it is no different at our hotel. Kevin is an inspirational leader to his team, mindful of the environment and shows great interest in all our guests. If you translate all that to his cooking, the result is absolutely fantastic - we are excited to have him onboard.”

On his new role, Coey said: “I have been blessed to travel to various parts of the world during my 20-year career from the grand mountain hills of North Ireland, to embracing the rich flavours from the Indian Ocean. I look forward to a new adventure in Dubai.”

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