New Restaurant Manager in the Landgut
Königstein im Taunus, 19 October 2015. The 25-year-old hotel management graduate Cordula Hentrich is the new host in the regional, country-style restaurant in the 5-star-superior hotel in Königstein im Taunus taking immediate charge of the 10-strong Landgut team. Prior to this appointment she worked as Deputy Restaurant Manager in Francais in Frankfurt am Main, the gourmet hotel restaurant in the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof.
It’s always a delight to reunite. That is at least the opinion of Oliver Heberlein, head chef of the Landgut Restaurant with its 14 Gault-Millau points, as Cordula Hentrich completed her 3-year hotel management apprenticeship at the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski. After this, the Frankfurt native spent almost five years in Munich’s luxurious Vier Jahreszeiten. In this Kempinski hotel, located on Germany’s most fashionable shopping mile, the Maximilianstraße, she proved herself in the exclusive, international arena and was able to deepen her knowledge with regards to service, products and wine. She also successfully completed the department manager course run by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
“We are delighted that yet another former colleague has returned to our team. It demonstrates on the one hand our success in maintaining relations with former team members and, on the other, that our hotel developments and vacant positions generate the necessary appeal,” stated Stefan Massa, General Manager of the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski.
About the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski
The Falkenstein Grand Kempinski is a five-star boutique hotel in close proximity to the city of Frankfurt am Main. In addition to its exclusive location at the heart of a historic private park, it offers its guests outstanding cuisine and top-class service. The property, built by German Emperor Wilhelm II in 1909 as a convalescent home for senior officers, offers besides 112 exclusive suites and rooms, nine separate function rooms for perfectly organized business meetings and private celebrations. The ASCARA, with its Leading Spa classification, offers hotel guests and regional visitors the perfect blend of a fitness club and a spa complex, and complements the offer of the Kempinski Hotel (opened in 1999) for visitors and connoisseurs from all over the world.
About Kempinski Hotels
Founded in 1897, Kempinski Hotels is the oldest luxury hotel group in Europe. With more than 110 years of tradition behind it, the company offers its guests first class quality and exclusive service on an individual level throughout the world. In total, Kempinski operates five-star hotels in 32 countries. This offer is being continually extended with new hotels in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia without losing sight of the demands of exclusivity and individuality. This demonstrates the expansionary power of the company. Their portfolio includes historic grand hotels, excellent city centre hotels, outstanding resorts and noble residencies. Kempinski is also a founding member of the Global Hotel Alliance (GHA), a hotel network that is active throughout the world and one that celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.
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Falkenstein Grand Kempinski | Villa Rothschild Kempinski
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