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Fritz Sommerau Joins Prince Hotel Hong Kong as GM

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Fritz Sommerau has been appointed as General Manager of the Prince Hotel, Hong Kong.

A Swiss national and graduate of Ecole Htelire de Lausanne, Fritz is a veteran of the Asian hospitality industry, having held Executive positions at Moevenpick Hotels International, The Peninsula Group in Hong Kong, Manila and Beijing and for the past 23 years, Head of Hospitality Services at The Hong Kong Jockey Club.

He has actively served for many years on the Advisory Board of The School of Hotel & Tourism Management, Hong Kong Polytechnic University and has been honoured by the French Government as Officier de lOrdre National du Mrite Agricole.

I am proud and delighted that Fritz has joined the Marco Polo family and he will undoubtedly bring a new dimension of insight and knowledge to his hotel, in particular to the renovation project currently on going at the Prince Hotel said Steve Kleinschmidt, President of Marco Polo Hotels.

The 393-room Prince Hotel is on the doorsteps of the China Ferry Terminal and Harbour City - one of Hong Kongs largest shopping complexes that comprises more than 700 shops featuring the worlds leading brands.

Within a short walk are landmarks such as the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Space Museum, the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, and the newly opened 1881 Heritage.

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