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Stefan Soennichsen appointed area general manager of St Martins Lane and Sanderson

15 February 2013 by
Stefan Soennichsen appointed area general manager of St Martins Lane and Sanderson

Morgans Hotel Group has announced the appointment of Stefan Soennichsen as area general manager for the St Martins Lane and Sanderson hotels. He will also fill the role of general manager at St Martins Lane.

Soennichsen joins Morgans Hotel Group from One Aldwych, where he has been general manager since 2008. He previously worked at the Savoy hotel as hotel manager for four years and has also worked in mainland Europe and the Middle East with the Inter-Continental Hotels Group and Fairmont Raffles Hotels International.

Soennichsen will work closely with Anne Golden, Morgans' regional vice president, and Kevin Rockey, general manager of Sanderson, to ensure the operational and financial success of the two hotels. He will also oversee the refurbishment plans at St Martins Lane and the Sanderson's renovation of Sanderson this year.

"It's a very exciting time to be joining the company," said Soennichsen. "Sanderson and St Martins Lane lead the way in the boutique hotel concept in the UK and still continue to offer a unique guest experience.

"With my background in the traditional luxury hotel market, I am looking forward to bringing my knowledge to these contemporary hotels."

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