Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel Appoints Samy Kamal Abd El Hammed
Bringing 12 years of extensive experience in Sales.
Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel an upscale five-star property located opposite of Burjuman Centre has recently appointed Samy Kamal Abd El Hammed as Senior Development Manager.
Samy will oversee corporate and government accounts in the region and will work closely with Ovidiu Marica, Director of Sales.
Samy brings with him more than 12 years’ extensive experience in Sales. He started his career in 2003 as receptionist in Hilton Sharm Dream Resort Egypt and transferred to Sheraton Soma Bay Resort in 2006. Due to his dedication and hard work, he’s been promoted to Sales Executive in 2009 at Emirates Grand Dubai and held Sales Manager positions in different international brands such as Holiday International Sharjah and Movenpick Hotel Al Mamzar Dubai in 2011 to 2017.
Commenting on Samy’s appointment, Jane Frazer, Regional Director Revenue Generation of the growing Park Regis, said: “We are excited to welcome Samy to Park Regis Middle East team. We are confident that he will play a vital role in achieving targeted goals and drive maximum revenue for the hotel.
Prior to joining Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel, Samy worked with Movenpick Hotel Al Mamzar Dubai as Senior Sales Manager.
Samy holds a Bachelor’s degree in tourism and hotels in Helwan University, Egypt and has diploma in business & management.
About StayWell Holdings:
One of the largest hotel management groups in Asia Pacific, StayWell Holdings and its parent company Prince Hotels Inc., offers a diverse portfolio of properties across a combined network of 72 open and operating hotels worldwide.
Prince Hotels & Resorts and StayWell’s combined brand offerings include The Prince, Grand Prince Hotel, Policy, Park Regis, Prince Hotel, Leisure Inn Plus, Prince Smart Inn, and Leisure Inn. Each brand offers guests quality experiences ranging from luxury to lifestyle though to midscale.
Prince Hotels & Resorts and StayWell have set a strategic goal to deliver 250 hotels in the medium to long term. The expansion of both company brands will take place across the regions of Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, Asia, Japan, Taiwan, Oceania, the Middle East, Europe and the United States.
Prince Hotels operate a combined network of 50 hotels, 31 golf courses and 9 ski resorts. StayWell has an existing network of 22 open and operating hotels and a further 14 hotels that are committed and opening over the next few years. In addition, StayWell has two key strategic partners being Manhatton Hotel Group in China (19 hotels) and Cristal Group in the Middle East (11 hotels).