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Flemings Mayfair appoints Henrik Muehle as new GM

22 August 2014 by
Flemings Mayfair appoints Henrik Muehle as new GM

Boutique hotel Flemings Mayfair in London has appointed Henrik Muehle as general manager.

With over 20 years' experience in the industry, Muehle joins the 129-room property, which is family-owned, from the five-star St James's hotel and club in Mayfair, as well as its Michelin-starred restaurant, Seven Park Place. He also previously worked with Eric Chavot at the Michelin-starred restaurant of the Capital hotel London.

Alongside management of the property, which comprises 12 connecting Georgian townhouses, Muehle is now also set to oversee the hotel's refurbishment as it seeks to improve the guest experience and its service levels. He will also help develop a new restaurant and bar concept for 2015.

Commenting on his new role, Muehle said: "It's hugely exciting to be part of the next phase of evolution for Flemings Mayfair. My team are completely committed to raising the bar for this magnificent hotel to compete with the very best establishments in London."

Flemings Mayfair was founded in 1851 and has been owned by the same family since 1975. It is now part of the SLH group (Small Luxury Hotels of the World).

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