The hotels were previously run by Marriott International as the St. Regis Dubai, W Dubai Habtoor City and Westin Dubai Al Habtoor City
Al Habtoor Group has appointed a new general manager to head its newly-rebranded Hilton hotels in Al Habtoor City.
Fredrik Reinisch, who previously held the position at Habtoor Grand Resort in Dubai Marina, will oversee all operations at Habtoor Palace (LXR Hotels & Resorts), V Hotel (Curio Collection by Hilton) and Hilton Dubai Al Habtoor City.
The hotels were previously run by Marriott International as the St. Regis Dubai, W Dubai Habtoor City and Westin Dubai Al Habtoor City.
“Al Habtoor City has successfully established itself as one of the UAE and the region’s landmark hotel, leisure and residential destinations. I look forward to welcoming guests from across UAE, the region, and the world to Al Habtoor City, Hotel Collection,” Reinisch said of his appointment.
The hospitality professional has worked for high-profile hotels groups in the UAE, UK and Sweden. He has also held positions at JA Resorts & Hotels in the UAE and Seychelles as well as in Millennium and Copthorne Hotels in the UK.
Collectively, the three hotels, managed by Habtoor Hospitality, boast 1,600 guest rooms and suites, 18 restaurants and lounges, two spas and 34 banqueting and meeting spaces, including three large ballrooms.
In addition, the Residence Collection at Al Habtoor City consists of three luxurious residential towers comprising deluxe apartments, lofts and simplex, duplex and VIP penthouses, ranging from 1 to 7 bedrooms.
Al Habtoor City also features a permanent 1,300-seat aqua theatre housing the region’s first resident show – La Perle by Dragone, created by world-renowned Artistic Director Franco Dragone.For all the latest travel news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.