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Saad Azzam, new General Manager of the Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque Resort

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Santa Cruz de Tenerife, July 2015.- After his management roles at the Hotel Hesperia in Madrid and Don Pepe in Marbella, Saad Azzam has been appointed as General Manager of the Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque Resort (www.bahia-duque.com), property of the Grupo CIO.

Saad, who began his career as a resident manager in the Hotel Palacio de Carmona in Seville, has had a brilliant career in upper level management positions in national and international hotels, such as the Occidental Grand Hotel of Atlanta (USA), Hesperia Puerto de la Cruz Hotel & Casino Resort (Venezuela), Hesperia Isla Margarita Golf & Spa, or the prestigious Hesperia Madrid, chain with whom he stayed until 2009, when he was appointed GM of the Hotel Don Pepe in Marbella.

Saad Azzam, born in November 1967, married with two children, graduated in Hotel Management from the École Hôtelière de Lausanne (Switzerland) and has a diploma in Tourism from the International Institute of Tourism of Tangier (Morocco), has been appointed as the General Manager of the Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque at a great moment for the emblematic hotel establishment, located in the south of Tenerife, property of the Grupo CIO.

In the words of Francisco Javier Zamorano, President of CIO, “the incorporation of Saad Azzam is taking place at a great moment for the Hotel Bahía del Duque, we have many projects on hand and are excited to have them executed under his experience in leading hotels around world. We wish him every success in the CIO family.”

The new GM of the Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque stated “that he is proud to be leading this flagship resort of the international luxury hospitality sector, and he is very motivated by the great team behind the hotel and by the strength of a company who has known how to maintain the hotel in the first line for over 20 years”.

 
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