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Mr. Lotfi as Al Bustan Centre General Manager
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Jan '08
Al Bustan Centre & Residence, the deluxe hotel apartments which offer world-class services and facilities in the heart of Dubai, has promoted Shehab Lotfi to the post of General Manager as the property positions itself to accelerate growth in the furnished apartment segment in the region.

Shehab brings with him 15 years of extensive Middle East hospitality experience having worked in the region for a long time now.

He joined the property as Operations Manager in 2003 and since then has contributed in the growth of the property's popularity in the region.

Prior to his new post, Shehab was working as a Resident Manager and was tasked to work on various critical assignments related to the standard of service in addition to the Sales & Marketing.

Moussa El Hayek, Chief Operating Officer of Al Bustan Centre & Residence, congratulated Shehab on his new post praising him for his value-added contribution to the property.

He said: “Shehab is a great asset, has earned an exemplary reputation of operating furnished apartments in Dubai with success and has a vast knowledge of the Middle East region.

His experience in the hospitality industry has definitely added value to our efforts to grow our business in the region and Eastern Europe.”

A delightful Shehab commented: “It's an honour to work for Al Bustan Centre & Residence and I hope to contribute significantly to the property as hospitality industry in Middle East witnesses' impressive growth.

In my new position I intend play an essential role in establishing the standards and service experiences to ensure Al Bustan remains one of the finest furnished apartments in Dubai and the ultimate family & business destination in the UAE.”

Al Bustan Centre & Residence

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