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Male’, Maldives, 18th February 2024 – Oaga Art Resort, renowned for its appeal to art enthusiasts and luxury seekers, is thrilled to announce the promotion of two key members within its team: Samee Saeed has been appointed Island Chief Katheeb, while Nazim Mohamed, also known as Naadhu, has been named Resort Manager.

With over 18 years of experience in hospitality, Samee Saeed brings a wealth of knowledge to his new role. Having previously served as Resort Manager at Oaga, Samee’s deep understanding of the resort’s operations will be invaluable in his new position. He will oversee various projects to ensure they align with the Board of Directors’ vision and contribute to the resort’s ongoing success.

Nazim Mohamed (Naadhu) boasts over 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry, having held roles such as Guest Relations Officer and Front Office Manager at various Maldivian resorts. As Resort Manager, Naadhu will be responsible for managing all resort operations to deliver exceptional guest experiences while maximizing profitability and employee engagement.

The Company Directors of Oaga Art Resort expressed their excitement about the promotions, stating, “We are thrilled to promote Samee and Naadhu to these crucial roles. Both individuals have demonstrated their dedication to Oaga’s values and vision, and we are confident they will significantly contribute to the resort’s success.”

Samee’s hospitality journey began in 2006, while Naadhu’s career started in 2002. Both have progressively advanced in their respective roles, showcasing their commitment to excellence and guest satisfaction.

With Samee and Naadhu leading the team, Oaga Art Resort looks forward to continued growth and success. The resort offers an all-inclusive holiday experience, including art classes, music experiences, dining options, excursions, and watersports. Guests can book their stay on the resort’s website.

Located in North Malé Atoll, Oaga Art Resort is easily accessible from Malé International Airport and offers 60 villas, dining venues, and a spa inspired by Maldivian healing practices. The resort’s artistic spaces provide guests with an immersive experience curated by local and visiting artists and craftsmen.

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