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Atlantis Announces New Chief Operating Officer

Atlantis The Palm Hotel announced Serge Zaalof, a French national, as the new Chief Operating Officer .  He replaces General Manager Amadeo Zarzosa who last week resigned suddenly to the surprise of many.    The hotel did not offer a reason for his resignation.  .  

Serge Zaalof has ten y ears experience with Jumeirah Group and will now be the Chief Operating Officer for Kerzner International, which Atlantis The Palm.  He will be based in Dubai.   Zaalof said “I am thrilled to join the team.  Atlantis is the newest icon in Dubai.”   Before moving to the UAE, he worked for the Hilton and Hyatt hotel groups in the UK, US, and Caribbean. Zaalof said Kerzner is a results oriented hospitality company with exciting prospects for growth.

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