Komandoo Maldives appoints Mohamed Solah as General Manager
Komandoo Maldives has appointed Mohamed Solah as its new General Manager.
Prior to accepting the offer to lead the passionate team at Komandoo and manage the 65-villa gem in the north of Lhaviyani atoll, Solah acquired a wealth of experience within Crown & Champa Resorts, where he started his career in 2002 and has worked at most of the group’s properties since, most recently as Director of Operations at Hurawalhi Maldives resort. Solah also gained precious experience during his time abroad, most notably at Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa and Zaya Nurai Island in Abu Dhabi.
Being a hospitality professional for over 15 years, Solah brings to Komandoo a strong commitment to guest satisfaction, a dedication to improve on facilities and services wherever possible, as well as enthusiasm and a wholehearted passion for his beautiful home, the Maldives. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Studies from University of Toulouse and Taylor’s University College, Malaysia. He’s fluent in English and French, a keen environmentalist, Arsenal fan and diver.
“Solah’s professionalism, drive for exceeding expectations and his pleasant personality are bound to be well received by the Komandoo team and guests alike,” a statement issued by the resort read.
Located in Lhaviyani atoll, Komandoo offers 65 villas in three categories; 14 Beach Villas along the western beach of the island, 36 Jacuzzi Beach Villas on the eastern beach and a part on the western beach, 15 Jacuzzi Water Villas arching around the southern end of the island. Each of them is independent well-appointed villas spaced adequately to provide privacy.
Since first opening in 1998, the resort has provided its guests with a unique take on the Maldivian dream holiday with its quiet, adult-only vibe, understated luxury and excellent service. It has remained one of the country’s best-ranking resorts for romance and a firm favourite to anyone looking for an adults-only, small island getaway in the Maldives.