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Mohammed Wazir appointed GM at Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara
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Mohammed Wazir has been appointed as General Manager at Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara. Bringing over 17 years of hospitality experience to the role, Mohammed moves to Qatar from his most recent position as General Manager at Al Baleed Resort Salalah by Anantara in Oman.

His hospitality experience began in the UK with Millennium Hotels before he moved to Malta with Corinthia Hotels. With this hotel group Mohammed spent time working in properties in Russia, North Africa, the UK and Eastern Europe, undertaking various roles and demonstrating his skills across all areas of hotel operations.

His journey with Anantara began in 2015 at this same unique island property in Doha where Mohammed held the position Hotel Manager. He then moved to Thailand as Hotel Manager at Anantara Siam Bangkok Hotel. In early 2020 Mohammed was thrilled to move to his home country of Oman in his most recent position before moving back to Qatar.

Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara sits on 800 metres of golden beach just off the coast of Doha, with an impressive range of facilities and luxury accommodation options. In his new position Mohammed oversees the resort’s daily operations, strategic planning and ensuring the highest level of services, and will lead the team into 2022, FIFA World Cup year and a key year for Doha and the country of Qatar.

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