New General Manager appointed at Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, Dubai

Mamdouh Ali as General Manager for Rose Rayhaan by Rotana in Dubai effective Sunday 6th September 2020

Mr. Mamdouh Ali - GM Rose Rayhaan by Rotana.

Mr. Mamdouh Ali - GM Rose Rayhaan by Rotana.

ROTANA, one of the leading hotel management companies in the Middle East has announced the appointment of Mamdouh Ali as General Manager for Rose Rayhaan by Rotana in Dubai effective Sunday 6th September 2020.

Ali has been associated with Rotana for over 7 years. With more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, Ali progressively occupied more responsible positions at major hotels in Egypt including resort destination of Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh before moving to the UAE in 2012 and taking the role of Deputy General Manager of Pegas Touristic, a leading Tourism group of companies specializing in CIS markets.

In 2013, Ali joined Rotana Hotel Management Corporation as Head of Sales – Travel Trade and in 2017 was promoted as General Manager, Rosh Rayhaan by Rotana in Riyadh.

A native of Egypt, Ali received his BSC Degree in Travel and Tourism in Cairo in 1997. Ali strongly believes in achieving business results and is excited about this opportunity to contribute his many years of experience to further enhance the image of the 4-star Rose Rayhaan by Rotana. “My team’s priority will be to fulfill Rotana’s promise to guests through delivering the highest standards of hospitality that make the Rose Rayhaan by Rotana synonymous with quality, comfort and affordability.”


About Rose Rayhaan by Rotana: 

Setting a benchmark for style, comfort and luxury, the flagship property ‘Rose Rayhaan by Rotana’ of the alcohol-free brand, Rayhaan Hotels & Resorts was certified as the World’s tallest hotel from 2009 until 2012. Soaring 333 meters, the 72-storey hotel offers 462 luxurious rooms and suites with panoramic views of Dubai and Burj Khalifa. The hotel features 3 food & beverage outlets, 7 fully equipped meeting rooms, Bodylines Fitness & Wellness Club with an outdoor temperature-controlled swimming pool, fitness centre, aerobics room, treatment rooms for massage and skin care as well as a separate sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.

Rose Rayhaan by Rotana is located on Sheikh Zayed Road with just 5 minutes away from the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and a few steps away from the Financial Centre metro station.

Dubai International Airport is 15 minutes away and the hotel remains ideally located near Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall – one of the world’s largest shopping and entertainment centre. The Dubai World Trade Centre is also 5 minutes’ drive away from the hotel.

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