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Anthony McHale appointed General Manager of Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Mr. Anthony McHale has been appointed General Manager of the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London effective 6 April 2009.

Mr. McHale is a veteran hotelier with more than 30 years experience of managing luxury hotels around the world. He joins Mandarin Oriental from Orient Express Hotels, where his most recent position was General Manager of Keswick Hall Club and Estate in Charlottesville Virginia, a property that has been frequently listed as one of the worlds best hotels in various international publications.

Mr. McHale was also General Manager of the award-winning Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana from 2000 to 2005. Prior to this, Mr. McHale was with The Hotel Bel Air, Los Angeles where he held the position of Hotel Manager from 1997 to 2000.

Over the previous 15 years, Mr McHale gained significant experience through senior hotel management positions with a variety of hotel groups, including The Peninsula Hotels and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

Mr. McHale, who is British with US and Canadian citizenship, was educated in the UK and has been a member of the Chaine des Rtisseurs, an officer of Confrrie des Chevaliers du Tastevin and a board member of the New Orleans Tourism and Marketing Association.

On behalf of my colleagues at Mandarin Oriental, we are delighted to welcome Tony McHale to his new position as General Manager of our flagship European property. I have no doubt that Tony has exactly the right character and experience for this important role and will build on the hotels reputation as one of Londons most luxurious hotel, said Christoph Mares who will re-join the group as Operations Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa, in April 2009.

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