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Mandarin Oriental Appoints New GMs in Las Vegas and Washington DC

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Cliff Atkinson has been appointed as General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, and Adriaan Radder as General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC.

Cliff Atkinson joins Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas from the groups property in San Francisco, where, as General Manager, he oversaw the successful execution of a complete renovation to the hotel in May 2012.

A veteran hotelier with 20 years of experience, Mr Atkinson first joined Mandarin Oriental in 1998 as Director of Revenue Management at Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco and was later promoted to Corporate Director of Revenue Management. In 2003, he joined the opening team at Mandarin Oriental, New York as Executive Assistant Manager. Mr Atkinson also held roles as General Manager at Ian Schragers Gramercy Park Hotel in New York and Ralph Burnets Chambers Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Adriaan Radder joins Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC from The Ballantyne Hotel in North Carolina, where he served as General Manager.

Mr Radder has over 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, including General Manager roles in Saudi Arabia, The Netherlands, and the Bahamas.

Mr Radder garnered valuable expertise within the Washington DC market during his tenure at Ritz-Carlton overseeing all four Washington DC hotels including Tysons Corner, Pentagon City, Georgetown and Washington DC.

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