General Managers of three major Steigenberger Hotels to rotate

A rotation of General Managers at Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts will take place in December. Moritz Klein, currently GM at the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof in Frankfurt, will assume charge of the Steigenberger Hotel Hamburg with effect from 1 December. Mr. Klein will also be promoted to a further role as Area General Manager for the Northern Region. In this capacity, he will be responsible for our properties in Kiel and Bremen. Spiridon Sarantopoulos, presently in charge at the Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin in Stuttgart, will take over the reins at the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof. Mr. Sarantopoulos’ appointment as General Manager will also take effect from 1 December 2017. He will also be responsible for Steigenberger’s properties in Bad Homburg, Langen and Deidesheim in his capacity as Area General Manager. At the same time, Bernd A. Zängle will be returning to his southern German roots by swapping his position as General Manager in Hamburg for the same function at the Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin.

Thomas Willms, Chief Operating Officer of Steigenberger Hotels AG, explains, “These three hotels are highly significant to our company and also form an integral part of societal life in their respective cities. This means that the demands placed on our General Managers are both considerable and diverse. We wish them every success in the tasks that lie ahead.”

About Deutsche Hospitality

Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts is a Deutsche Hospitality brand. It stands for luxury and hospitality at its best. Visitors can choose from historic and traditional establishments, vibrant city hotels and wellness oases surrounded by nature. The portfolio encompasses 60 hotels in eleven countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. Deutsche Hospitality operates two further brands: Jaz in the City branded hotels reflect metropolitan lifestyle and draw upon the local music and cultural scene – the first Jaz Hotel opened in Amsterdam in 2015. IntercityHotel offers more than 42 upper mid-range urban hotels, all of which are located within easy walking distance of railway stations or airports.