Carlos Malliaroudakis appointed as EAM at the InterContinental Aqaba in Jordan

Travel News Asia 11 August 2005

Lebanese and Greek national Carlos Malliaroudakis has been appointed by InterContinental Hotels Group as Executive Assistant Manager at the brand new InterContinental Aqaba in Jordan.

At 38, Malliaroudakis has more than 17 years experience in the hospitality industry.

Targeting mainly Jordanian, European and Gulf travellers, and crowning the peak of the Red Sea on the Gulf of Aqaba, the hotel boasts the longest stretch of private beach in Aqaba with more than 300 meters of white sand. Just a 10 minute taxi ride from King Hussein International Airport, the accommodation at the InterContinental Aqaba includes Deluxe, Presidential and Royal suites. The hotel also offers a choice of Lebanese and French fine dining, an all-day coffee shop, a Deli Caf and lobby bar and a Piano bar to suit every taste.

With more than 5 years experience with the InterContinental Hotels Group this is Malliaroudakis first role in Jordan. Previously he has worked in the hospitality sector in Greece and Lebanon.

Jordan has a wide appeal based on its diversity including stunning countryside, nature reserves, wildlife and birdlife, the shores of the Red and Dead seas to the deserts of Wadi Rum. With its balmy winter climate and idyllic setting, Aqaba is Jordans year round aquatic playground. The thriving underwater marine life and crystal clear waters of the Gulf of Aqaba make diving conditions among the best in the world. Located 330km south of Amman, Aqaba is also ideal for history enthusiasts with sites reflecting human habitation from 4000BC and Petra only 110 kilometres north of Aqaba and Wadi rum 50km away.

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