Industry Update
Appointment11 December 2017

Deniz Isikci

Appointed General Manager
At Fraser Suites Abuja, Nigeria

Deniz Isikci Fraser Suites Abuja, Nigeria welcomes Deniz Isikci as its new general manager. Isikci brings along 19 years of experience in hotel operations and tourism. Prior to joining Frasers Hospitality, he was the cluster general manager for Ever Tourism Group in Turkey since 2015, where he was responsible for managing four properties. He was also part of the pre‐opening operations team for Hilton Garden Inn in Turkey and where he helped to successfully open five properties. The opening of Fraser Suites Abuja earlier this year marked Frasers Hospitality's debut on the African continent. The property features 126 units of fully furnished serviced apartments, ranging from studios and one-bedroom up to four-bedroom apartments.
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Johnson & Wales University

Deniz Isikci (Class of 2001) is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island - United States
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Frasers Hospitality PTE Ltd

Frasers Hospitality, the hospitality arm of Frasers Property Group, is a global hospitality operator with Gold-Standard serviced, hotel residences and boutique lifestyle hotels across Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa.
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