Park Inn by Radisson announces cluster management team

At the helm is James Berry as cluster GM

Park Inn by Radisson, Dubai Motor City management team
Park Inn by Radisson, Dubai Motor City management team

Park Inn by Radisson in Dubai Motor City has announced its cluster management team across various departments.

James Berry

Leading the property is James Berry as cluster general manager. Bringing more than two decades of experience, Berry was previously GM at Sofitel London Heathrow Hotel after spending two years as GM at Sofitel London Gatwick Hotel.

Berry has also previously worked with Radisson Hotel Group as GM of Park Inn Peterborough, during which, he also oversaw the opening of the Park Inn Rotherham, and at Park Inn Thurrock. Most recently he was the GM of Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City.

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Roni Masri

Roni Masri has been named as the cluster HR director. Having been with Radisson Hotel Group for seven years, Masri will be tasked with leading all HR operations, along with talent development and strategies, administration, compliance and management.

Amjad Mohammad

Leading sales is Amjad Mohammad as cluster sales director. With sales experience lasting close to two decades, Mohammad has worked across Oman and the UAE with a number of established hotel groups. He has worked with Marriott, Accor, IHG and Radisson in similar roles, in his new position he will oversee the hotel’s strategy across key market segments.

Tim Reynolds

British national Tim Reynolds has been made cluster hotel manager. He will be responsible for the hotel’s operation, working with relevant departments to drive revenues, guest satisfaction and employee engagement.

Lola Toplica

Cluster financial controller, Lola Toplica brings more than 25 years’ experience in financial and management accounting to the team and will aid in moving the property forward with the right strategic direction.

Caroline Jonsson

Caroline Jonsson has been made cluster head of PR and marketing, tasked with overseeing all PR and marketing projects and campaigns.

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