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Palm Dubai General Manager Resigns

General Manager of the 1539 room Palm Dubai, Atlantis Hotel resigned.  Amadeo Zarzosa gave no reasons for leaving but it is believed he left for personal reasons.  During an interview on 9 August 2009 he said he planned to keep expanding the Palm Dubai. Kerzner International proposed to add an upgraded all suite product to the site.  

Zarsoza was very proud of the properties success and passionate about the hotel.  He said they achieved nearly 100% occupancy during the first week of August.   Zarsoza joined Kerzner International in 1999 as a senior vice president for operations.  He was responsible for Atlantis, Paradise Island resort and Harbourside Resort and general manager for Coral Beach Towers in the Bahamas.

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