With only 26 accommodations, the suite-only hotel on Quai Wilson is located right on Lake Geneva, with views of the water and the majestic Mont Blanc.
Oetker Collection has appointed Stuart Geddes to the role of managing director of the Lanesborough, taking up his position with immediate effect.
Originally built in 1901 by French architect François Durel in a post-Haussmann style, the hotel is located on Quai Wilson and is currently being completely transformed.
Adjacent to the grounds of Buckingham Palace, the hotel is one of the most iconic properties in London, commanding a prestigious location that straddles both Knightsbridge and Mayfair.
Oetker Collection has launched a unique partnership with Sparfell Aviation Group, to offer private chartered flights to all of its properties around the globe. Both Oetker Collection and Sparfell are committed to ensuring the highest level of guest safety and comfort.
In 2009, Timo Gruenert co-led the founding of Oetker Collection and has served as co-managing director and chief financial officer ever since. He replaces Frank Marrenbach, who announced his decision to leave in February this year.
Frank Marrenbach, longstanding chief executive of the Oetker Collection, has confirmed he will leave the company to take on a new role as managing partner of Germany-based Althoff Hotels.
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa has appointed Henning Matthiesen to the role of managing director. The property is considered the flagship of the Oetker Collection.
Oetker Collection has appointed Aleksandra Vukojevic to the role of managing director at Jumby Bay Island. Born in Croatia, Vukojevic graduated from the University of Medicine and started her career as a medical doctor.
The Lanesborough has announced that Stuart Geddes will be joining as hotel manager, commencing his role in October. Geddes joins from the Goring Hotel, where he worked as general manager, and brings a wealth of experience to the team at the Lanesborough, having worked in some of the finest hotels in London.