Al Bustan Rotana appoints new F&B director
Dubai, March 10, 2008
The management of the newly-renovated Al Bustan Rotana Dubai has appointed Franck Royer as the hotel’s new food and beverage director.
Franck is a French national and his brother who works as a chef influenced his passion for food and beverage. He has more than 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry, particularly in the Food & Beverages department and has travelled the world because of his profession, the hotel said in a statement.
He has worked for five-star properties in the French West Indies, France, Canada, Qatar, Oman, Lebanon and Bahrain throughout his career.
He will play a major role in supporting the continuous success of the Al Bustan Rotana Hotel’s award winning restaurants.
“It is of great honor to be part of this hotel, which has a solidly good reputation. Furthermore, I strongly believe in its products and services especially in its amazing roster of restaurants. My new post motivates me to further develop its already established food and beverage business,” said Franck. – TradeArabia News Service
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