|28 May, 2019

St Regis Amman welcomes new hotel manager

Khalid Bseiso comes with over 20 years of experience in hospitality

Marriot International Hotels Group recently appointed Khalid Bseiso as the hotel manager of The St. Regis Hotel Amman – Jordan, who will be responsible for managing the hotel team and overall hotel objectives to deliver an outstanding guest experience.

Bseiso comes with over 20 years of experience in hospitality, specifically in food and beverage (F&B). His competent expertise and specialty in luxury hotels are the main basis to appointing him, as well as his engagement in pre-opening phases of seven hotels, and his extensive background in redesigning and initiating new restaurants concepts. He also proved his successful leadership skills to coach and train big teams in achieving solid results, making both guests and employees’ experience more exquisite. Bseiso also has strong knowledge and understanding in the financial, accounting, marketing and operational functions of luxury hotel brands.

Prior to this appointment, Bseiso held the role of executive assistant manager F&B at W Amman hotel. He has also worked with Sheraton Amman Entertainment Center, Sheraton Amman Hotel and Towers, Four Seasons Hotel Amman, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza, Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at First Residence, and Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus.

Commenting on his appointment, Bseiso stated: “This is an exciting time in my career to witness the opening of the very first St. Regis Hotel in Jordan, and I am very excited to be part of the pre-opening team of such an affluent hotel. The St. Regis Amman raises the standards of luxury and adds more elegance and authenticity to hospitality in the city. I am thrilled to invest all my experience and efforts alongside the hotel teams, to successfully launch and operate the most unique and luxury hotel, The St. Regis Amman." - TradeArabia News Service

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