Four Seasons Hotel Beirut is gearing up for the refurbishment of its rooms and suites, restaurants and spa, and has appointed Georges Ojeil as its new general manager to lead the project.
In his new capacity, he will oversee every aspect of the restoration, ensuring that the luxury property is restored to its former glory.
Ojeil, who was born and raised in Lebanon, has over two decades worth of valuable hospitality experience.
Boasting an MBA from the École Superieure de Commerce de Paris and an Executive MBA from the École Supérieure des Affaires in Beirut, Ojeil kicked off his hospitality journey as food and beverage director and executive assistant at a number of properties in Lebanon, including Sofitel Luxury Hotels and Resorts and Starwood Hotels and Resorts. He was later appointed the corporate director of food and beverage for Le Royal Hotels and Resorts, where he oversaw Le Royal Hammamet, Le Royal Luxembourg, Le Royal Beirut, Le Royal El Minzah and Grand Hotel Ville De France by Le Royal in Tangier.
He later joined InterContinental Hotels Group’s Crowne Plaza, Jordan Red Sea as executive assistant manager and then served as hotel manager at InterContinental’s flagship property in Amman.
Prior to his new position, he worked as the area general manager for Campbell Gray Amman and Le Gray Beirut.
Ojeil enthused: “I am delighted and honoured to have been granted this opportunity, a truly exciting time to be involved with Four Seasons Hotel Beirut. There is undoubtedly a lot of work to be done, but I am looking forward to overseeing this project as it progresses, until we are ready to welcome back our guests with an even more exceptional experience.”