Faisal Al Deleigan is a man of many talents; he is a banker, a world-renowned chef, consultant and humanitarian at heart. With his consultancy work, he showcases not only the richness of a plethora of cuisines but also breathes life into recipes. In this exclusive interview, he tells us about his journey and how he helps his clients achieve success.
Park Hyatt Dubai has promoted hotel manager Luis Cobo to general manager. With a remarkable career spanning more than 18 years, paired with a passion for delivering exceptional guest experiences, Cobo brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership to his new role at the 223-room property.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeirah Beach has appointed Karolina Paliszewska as its multi-property general manager. In her new role, Paliszewska will oversee all operations and facilities at three key Marriott properties, including Delta Hotels by Marriott Jumeriah Beach, Four Points by Sheraton Sheikh Zayed Road and Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Dubai.
Six Senses Southern Dunes, the first property that’s set to open in Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea Project in late 2023, will have general manager Fredrik Blomqvist at its helm.
Ennismore has named Charles Clark as the new general manager of Hyde Hotel Dubai. Taking over from Luke James, Clark will assume responsibility for the hotel’s day-to-day operations, leading the team to deliver exceptional service and create innovative guest experiences.
Panos Panagis, general manager and district director of Radisson Hotel Group Oman, is a detail-oriented leader who always strives to bring out the best in people. In an exclusive interview with Hospitality News ME, Panagis discusses his empowering management style and the secret behind his success.
At the forefront of one of the most iconic hotels in the region, Peter Roth has made a name for himself as a true specialist in luxury hospitality. The newly appointed GM of Jumeirah Al Qasr and the regional vice president of Madinat Jumeirah is responsible for ensuring an unforgettable experience to every guest. We learn more about his approach to hospitality and how he tackles industry challenges.
Salman Gasim is the CEO of the Saudi Tourism Training and Recruitment (STTAR) Institute and the CEO of Swiss Hospitality Company. He also serves as the vice president of the Saudi Regional European Business Council at the Federation of Saudi Chambers. Here, he discusses the Kingdom’s rapidly changing hospitality industry landscape and the key role earmarked for homegrown talent in driving change.