Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH) has appointed Nizam Bou Antoun as general manager of Corp Amman Hotel.
With over 18 years' experience in the hospitality industry, Antoun brings an in-depth knowledge within the rooms division, revenue management along with sales and marketing.
HMH CEO Laurent A. Voivenel said: "We are delighted to bring someone of Nizam’s calibre to lead the exceptional team at Corp Amman Hotel. His expertise and experience will prove invaluable in optimising the hotel’s performance and market positioning.”
Antoun hails from Lebanon and holds an MBA degree in hospitality management from Baytown University in Texas, USA. His previous role was at Park Inn by Radisson in Al Khobar, KSA where he held the position of general manager.
“I am thankful to the management for giving me this opportunity. Jordan is a very unique destination and I am very excited to take up this new challenge,” said Antoun.
He started his career in Paris and over the years has worked with hotels including Radisson Blu – Beirut, Radisson Blu – Muscat, Holiday Inn Martinez – Beirut, Ibis Roissy Charles De Gaulle – Paris and Holiday Inn Roissy Ville – Paris.
Founded in 2003 in Dubai, HMH - Hospitality Management Holdings is a fully-integrated hotel management company that prides itself on being the first hotel chain in the Middle East to offer halal-friendly, alcohol-free safe environment. It provides hotel owners and developers a broad spectrum of comprehensive management solutions with five distinct, yet complementary, hotel brands catering to varied market segments from budget to luxury. These include The Ajman Palace Hotel, Coral Hotels & Resorts, Corp Hotels, EWA Hotel Apartments and ECOS Hotels. Through its dynamic operation and strategic expansion in the Middle East and North Africa, HMH has been successful in unlocking a world of opportunities while creating value for its stakeholders, associates, staff members and customers. Its existing portfolio features superb properties located in some of the most desirable destinations across the MENA region, as well as a healthy pipeline of hotels under development.