Address Dubai Marina Appoints Eleni Tsolakou as General Manager

United Arab Emirates, Dubai. March 28, 2019

Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality and leisure business of Emaar Properties PJSC, has appointed Eleni Tsolakou as the General Manager of Address Dubai Marina, the premium luxury waterfront destination overlooking Dubai Marina, under Address Hotels + Resorts.

With over 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry in Africa, Greece, Indonesia and the Middle East, Eleni will be responsible for driving and strengthening the distinctive positioning of the hotel. She will focus on delivering innovative initiatives to achieve higher levels of operational efficiency, guest experiences and unrivalled service standards.

Eleni has demonstrated exceptional leadership, and efficient management in all aspects of hotel operations, in her previous roles as General Manager and other senior positions at international hotels and hotel chains across four continents.

Olivier Harnisch, CEO of Emaar Hospitality Group, said: "Address Dubai Marina has a unique appeal with its prime location in Dubai Marina, one of the world's largest marinas and renowned waterfront lifestyle district. Eleni is a hospitality veteran with extensive multi-cultural experience and an in-depth knowledge of the industry. She brings a refreshing approach, and outstanding acumen that will help in providing distinguishing experiences and upholding the very highest levels of guest service."

Eleni Tsolakou said: "Address Dubai Marina stands out for its sophisticated architecture and design, stylish interiors and award-winning dining venues. Located at the heart of new Dubai, the hotel offers a wide range of amenities that appeal to both business and leisure travellers. Our focus is to ensure that Address Dubai Marina continues to offer superlative guest experiences and be a destination of choice for residents and tourists. We will continue to build on its strengths, while striving to enhance service quality and brand value."

Hailing from Greece, Tsolakou holds a master's degree in hospitality management from Sheffield Hallam University in the UK. She has a proven track-record in implementing innovative approaches to team development and improving competitive positioning of the hotels in the GCC market.

Address Dubai Marina has 200 luxurious rooms and suites and four superb restaurants and lounges, along with state-of-the-art lifestyle amenities such as a spa and spectacular infinity pool. Itis directly linked to the popular Dubai Marina Mall and offers access to several entertainment and lifestyle choices with those in search of sea and sand finding the beach mere minutes away

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