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Gulf Hotel Group promotes Zainab Ali Al Baloshi

TDT | Manama

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The Gulf Hotel Group announced that Zainab Ali Al Baloshi has been promoted to Assistant Operations Manager, incharge of the Bahrain Airport Hotel, located at the Bahrain International Airport.

The Gulf Hotel Group announced that Zainab Ali Al Baloshi has been promoted to Assistant Operations Manager, incharge of the Bahrain Airport Hotel, located at the Bahrain International Airport. Zainab earned her Bachelor of Arts in Media and Journalism from London’s Richmond University. After graduation, she joined Gulf Hotel’s Management Trainee programme.

This program is designed to attract and develop the company’s future pipeline of Bahraini leaders. The program curriculum involves completing a diploma program at the Hotel and Tourism Management Institute (HTMI), Switzerland.

She completed several professional internships while at HTMI, where she discovered her true passion for guests and front of the house management. After the completion of her training programme, she brought her experience to The Gulf Hotel Bahrain Convention & Spa, by taking her first role as the Front Office Supervisor.

It is in her nature to move forward and upward, and she believed in herself to conquer many heights. Her unique qualities lie in her patient nature and her excellent administration skills.

She hopes to be a role model to other women, empowering them to follow their heart. Zainab had the following to say about her new appointment: “Bahrain Airport Hotel is the first Hotel, inside the terminal of Bahrain International Airport and is in line with the country’s tourism strategy.

As a Bahraini National, I am truly delighted to have been granted this opportunity, to become a Brand Ambassador for the company and my country. I will be working hard to achieve higher levels of hospitality, delivering our guests the Gulf Hotel brand experience, enduring the heritage of Bahrain and welcoming our guests to this modern yet culturally rich country.”