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City Seasons Dubai appoints new director of sales and marketing

The City Seasons Group of Hotels has appointed Nehal Rizvi as director of sales and marketing for the two Dubai properties.

Rizvi has been in the hospitality industry for more than 26 years beginning his career with the hotel Oberoi Intercontinental New Delhi, India as a management trainee.

From here he moved to Saudi Arabia gaining experience in the front office and the sales department. Rizvi moved to the UAE in 2002 joining the Riviera Hotel, Deira, Dubai and the Metropolitan Deira Hotel.
 
Rizvi’s previous position was with the Habtoor Hospitality Group Dubai where he was responsible for corporate sales as well as food and beverage sales.

In his new role Rizvi will oversee the sales and marketing function of the City Seasons Suites and the City Seasons Hotel Dubai. He will be primarily responsible for acquiring business and for the planning and implementation of key account business development plans in line with business objectives.

The City Seasons Hotel Dubai is located in the heart of the city within walking distance of the Dubai Metro while its sister property the City Seasons Suites is situated opposite the Deira City Centre. Both hotels cater to the leisure and the business traveller as a well as the weekend GCC visitor. 

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