Kabir Mehra appointed as General Manager of Eastin Residences Vadodara
Absolute Hotel Services India is pleased to announce appointment of Mr. Kabir Mehra as General Manager of Eastin Residences Vadodara, a Premium 4 Star Boutique Apartment Hotel, located in Alkapuri, the central business hub of Vadodara City, effective April 2016.
Mumbai: Absolute Hotel Services India is pleased to announce appointment of Mr. Kabir Mehra as General Manager of Eastin Residences Vadodara, a Premium 4 Star Boutique Apartment Hotel, located in Alkapuri, the central business hub of Vadodara City, effective April 2016.
Photo 1Academically qualified with a degree in Hotel Management from the University of Huddersfield, U.K, Kabir brings alongwith a possession of diverse experiences of over 9 years in Hotel Operations which includes Rooms Division, Sales, Marketing and Guest Services. He has had assignments in various capacities with noteworthy Brands which also include Accor and Ginger Hotels.
Prior to joining Absolute Hotel Services, Kabir was Rooms Division Manager with the Royal Orchid Central, Bangalore. Intense exposure through this role has nurtured and fortified his ability to take up this exciting position. In his current role as General Manager of Eastin Residences Vadodara, Kabir will be responsible to successfully open an International Hotel, pioneering the concept of Service Apartments, in Vadodara.”
Commenting on the appointment, Mr. Shalil Suvarna, VP - Operations & Pre-Opening Absolute Hotel Services India said, “Kabir’s appointment is a key milestone in the opening journey of the hotel. His passion for 360 degree service engagement, high energy and non-negotiable international standards of hotel operations would immensely contribute in establishing the hotel within the niche segment.
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