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Savino Leone Named General Manger for Jumeirah Messilah Beach Resort & Spa in Kuwait

With a focus on exceeding guest expectations and instilling a Culture of Service Excellence, Leone's expertise of over 20 years in the luxury hospitality spans Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.
Jumeirah Messilah Beach Resort & Spa in Kuwait - Exterior at night
Savino Leone Named General Manger for Jumeirah Messilah Beach Resort & Spa in Kuwait

Jumeirah

Jumeirah Messilah Beach Resort & Spa in Kuwait has appointed Savino Leone as the new General Manager.

Savino Leone, a French national, joins the Jumeirah Group after his position as General Manager of InterContinental Osaka, in Japan. Prior to this, he worked as the General Manager of Crowne Plaza Doha - The Business Park, Qatar, for four years where he led the pre-opening team.

With a focus on exceeding guest expectations and instilling a Culture of Service Excellence, Leone's expertise of over 20 years in the luxury hospitality spans Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

Leone held the role of several senior management positions in InterContinental properties, such as Resident Manager of InterContinental Doha, Executive Assistant of Food & Beverage in Cairo, as well Food & Beverage Manager in London and Assistant Food & Beverage Manager in Dubai.

His passion for local knowledge and different cultures has helped him achieve recognition for supporting diversity and his empowering approach to leading, educating, inspiring, and engaging his team.

In his new role, Leone, who speaks fluent French, English, and Italian, will be responsible for running the Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa which offers 316 rooms & suites, 79 residential suites, Royal Suite, 12 private luxurious villas, Talise Spa, and 7 unique restaurants.

The luxury resort is situated in the secluded area of Messilah along the shores of the Arabian Gulf, with easy access to Kuwait's Central Business District, airport, and major attractions.



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