Industry Update
Appointment21 May 2017

Emile Saadeh

Promoted Group Director of Sales & Leisure
At City Seasons Group of Hotels in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

Emile SaadehCity Seasons Hotel Group has promoted Emile Saadeh to the role of group director of sales – leisure. Saade joined the City Seasons Group with an extensive sales background from companies such as Crowne Plaza and Habtoor Hotels in Lebanon and in Dubai. He was part of the opening team of the five-star Royal Rose Hotel in Abu Dhabi as sales manager in 2013 and was promoted to cluster assistant director of sales – travel trade in February 2016.

City Seasons Group of Hotels

The Bin Ham Group of Companies was established in 1972, under the leadership of HH Sheikh Musallam Salem Bin Ham. It includes more than thirty companies and foundations including petroleum extraction operations, general trading, financial services, education, real estate investment, general contracting, engineering consultancy, electromechanical activities, printing, media, travel and tourism.
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