Anantara Eastern Mangroves appoints new Resident Manager
With over twenty years experience in the hotel industry, Jordanian national Hussein Tayseer Al – Kurdi, joins Anantara Abu Dhabi’s city centre property.
Abu Dhabi, UAE – Thursday, 27 August, 2015: Hussein Tayseer Al – Kurdi has been appointed Resident Manager at Anantara Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa. In his role Mr Al – Kurdi will oversee the daily operation of Anantara Abu Dhabi’s city centre property, including its 222 rooms and suites, five food and beverage outlets, and conference and banqueting facilities, in addition to the signature Anantara Spa.
He began his career in hospitality in 1992 as a Banqueting Supervisor with Radisson SAS and worked through the ranks at hotels and resorts in Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Most recently he held the position of Executive Manager in Saudi Arabia.
Mr Al – Kurdi holds a Diploma in Hotel Management from Ammoun Hotel Management Collage, Amman and has served on the World Economy Forum on four occasions.
Wael Soueid, Area General Manager, and Anantara Hotels & Resorts, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Hussein to our team in Abu Dhabi, and I am sure that with his extensive experience in food and beverage, he will prove to be strong leader in the property as we move into the last quarter of the year”.
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For hundreds of years throughout Thailand, people would leave a jar of water outside their house to provide refreshment and extend a welcome to the passing traveller. Anantara is taken from an ancient Sanskrit word that means 'without end', symbolising this sharing of water and the heartfelt hospitality that lies at the core of every Anantara experience.
From lush jungles to pristine beaches and legendary deserts to cosmopolitan cities, Anantara currently boasts over 30 stunning properties located in Thailand, the Maldives, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Mozambique, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, with future properties to open in Mozambique, China, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Laos, Qatar and Oman.