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MacDonald to lead sales for Rosewood Hotels

MacDonald to lead sales for Rosewood Hotels

Rosewood Hotel Group has promoted Caroline MacDonald to the role of group vice president of sales, distribution and business performance. She was promoted to vice president of global sales and marketing in 2019.

New chief commercial officer for Six Senses

New chief commercial officer for Six Senses

Bryan Gabriel has joined Six Senses as chief commercial officer. In this role he will oversee the group’s sales and marketing department, implementing the most effective strategies and systems to support the brand’s expansion.

Sorgenfrey to lead Hotel Adlon Kempinski

Sorgenfrey to lead Hotel Adlon Kempinski

Michael Sorgenfrey has been appointed as the new managing director at the five-star Hotel Adlon Kempinski. The change of leadership at the prestigious hotel by the Brandenburg Gate was confirmed by Martin Smura, chief executive of Kempinski Hotels.

Frank Porter to manage Soho Residential Building

Frank Porter to manage Soho Residential Building

Frank Porter has announced its representation of Soho Residential Building, Palm Jumeirah. It will become the first building in the UAE to be solely managed by the company, which is owned by Airbnb.

Jones handed top sales role with Marriott

Jones handed top sales role with Marriott

Neal Jones began his career at Marriott International in London over 20 years ago and has most recently served as chief sales and marketing officer for Middle East and Africa based in Dubai.

Time Express Hotels makes debut in Sharjah

Time Express Hotels makes debut in Sharjah

Time Hotels has debuted its Time Express Hotels brand with the opening of a new property in Sharjah. The three-star Time Express Hotel Al Khan comprises 55 keys in total.

Brighter Group wins new Accor PR role

Brighter Group wins new Accor PR role

Accor has appointed the Brighter Group, a Finn Partners Company, to implement its UK PR strategy. The deal will cover three of the giant’s hotel brands: ibis, Novotel and Mercure. The three hotels account for 238 of more than 260 hotels in the UK.