The landscape continues to change rapidly and while no one can say with any degree of certainty where everything will land, we are starting to see the shape of things to come. Here are changes that the new normal is likely to bring forward in the hotel industry for owners and operators.
There is tremendous value in slowing down and dedicating the time to take stock of where you’ve been and where you’re going; providing clarity for you and everyone who relies on your direction. Only after that can you put together a set of goals that will keep you and your team focused and prepared as soon as the “new normal” starts.
Radisson Hotel Group announced the signing of the Radisson Resort Dubai Palm Jumeirah, its first beach resort in Dubai and third Radisson hotel in the United Arab Emirates, bringing its UAE portfolio to 23 hotels in operation and under development.
Hotel business models, brands and physical assets will all require significant changes over the next 10 years, says Filippo Sona, Managing Director, Global Hospitality, Drees & Sommer.
Russell will be responsible for helping the hotel grow its pool of trained staff and she will direct the hotel with new system implementations.
Delfin’s career in hospitality spans a total of ten years, including one year in the Maldives and nine years in the Middle East.
El Amri will be focusing on devising and implementing optimum strategies to ensure top-line and bottom-line profitability, with key emphasis on developing business through new accounts and service excellence to existing clients.
In his new position, Bleakley will oversee the performance and overall operations of 351 rooms, 128 Marriott Executive Apartments and five food and beverage outlets at the property in Al Jaddaf.