Els Ramadhinta joins The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai as Director of Public Relations

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 24 March 2010

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai has appointed Els Ramadhinta as director of public relations. One of her primary focus of responsibilities includes the two-year expansion project that will more than double the number of rooms and facilities at the award-winning beach resort.

Getting the opportunity to continuously grow with The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Ms Ramadhinta transferred to Dubai from her native home in Jakarta, Indonesia where she had helmed the public relations departments for both The Ritz-Carlton, Jakarta and The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place since 2006. Prior to joining The Ritz-Carlton family, Ms Ramadhinta was the public relations manager for Accor group in Indonesia where she oversaw 34 Accor properties from 2004 to 2006.

With more than eight years experience in the hospitality industry, Ms Ramadhinta started her public relations career with The Pan Pacific Hotels & Resorts in the Indonesian capital. An avid golfer, Ms Ramadhinta holds a diploma in Public Relations and Marketing from InterStudi Public Relations School in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai is located along the famed Jumeirah beach, with its 138 seafront rooms and suites having a view of the Persian Gulf. Services and facilities include restaurants and a lounge serving Italian, Arabic, seafood and international favorites; an extensive recreational facility includes a spa and fitness centre, and a beautifully landscaped garden with two swimming pools. The hotel is frequently voted as one of the very best hotels in the Middle East.

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