The Ajman Palace Hotel Appoints New EAM


The Ajman Palace Hotel has appointed Mahmoud Haggag as the new Executive Assistant Manager for the hotel. An Egyptian national, Mahmoud’s most recent posting was at Mercure Center Hotel, Abu Dhabi where he worked as Rooms Division Manager in-charge of the hotel operations since 2014.

Making the announcement, Ferghal Purcell, General Manager of The Ajman Palace Hotel, stated, “Mahmoud is a dynamic hotelier with a proven track record. He is a great new addition to our team and will contribute tremendously to our success. At The Ajman Palace Hotel we are committed to offer the highest level of service with every aspect of the hotel experience designed with our guests in mind. By anticipating and delivering on our guests’ desires we go the extra mile to create enduring moments.”

Mahmoud has spent over 27 years in the hospitality industry beginning his career at Semiraamis Intercontinental Hotel and Intercontinental Hotel – Hurghada, Egypt. Over the years he gained outstanding experience serving landmark properties in different capacities such as Hilton Abu Dhabi, Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel and Resort.

In his new role Mahmoud is tasked with assisting the general manager in hotel operations specifically the rooms department while ensuring service quality and guest satisfaction. Upon joining Mahmoud said, “I am extremely excited about this new challenge. It is a great responsibility and honor to be part of the incredible team at The Ajman Palace Hotel which is one of the finest hotels in the UAE.”

About The Ajman Palace Hotel

The Ajman Palace Hotel, managed by HMH – Hospitality Management Holdings, is a picturesque sanctuary conveniently located 22 km from Dubai International Airport and 11 km from Sharjah International Airport.  Set on a private beach, this alluring hideaway is a heritage resort with a modern spirit. Bringing an unprecedented level of luxury, with captivating views of the Arabian Gulf, the resort is a destination unto itself. Balancing world-class facilities with the legendary Arabian hospitality, it offers 254 rooms, suites and serviced residences, a remarkable range of restaurants and lounges, fabulous meeting and event venues including the largest ballroom in the Northern Emirates ideal for weddings and conventions, as well as an array of leisure and recreation options at Lifestyle Club featuring a Spa and state-of-the-art fitness facility. A magical experience awaits you here.

For more information about the hotel please visit http://www.TheAjmanPalace.com

or https://www.hmhhotelgroup.com/subscribenow

For media contact:

Hina Bakht

Vice President

MPJ (Marketing Pro-Junction)

Mob: 050 697 5146

h.bakht@mpj-pr.com

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