Daniel Hunger-Milkowitsch Appointed General Manager of the Steigenberger Hotel and Spa Krems

FRANKFURT AM MAIN, DE. November 20, 2017 - Daniel Hunger-Milkowitsch is to take over as General Manager at the Steigenberger Hotel and Spa Krems with effect from 1 January 2018. He succeeds Adelheid de Durand-Maier, who will retire at the start of the New Year following 30 years with the company and 26 years at the helm of the Steigenberger Hotel and Spa Krems.

Daniel Hunger-Milkowitsch is 34 years old and began his career by completing vocational education and training in the occupation of hotel specialist at the Steigenberger Hotel Bad Pyrmont. He went on to work both for companies within Steigenberger Hotels AG and for competitors, including spells in Germany, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Austria and Egypt. He was employed at the Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof in Vienna between April 2014 and July 2017, ultimately advancing to the position of Executive Assistant Manager. In this capacity, he was involved in Steigenbergerfs provision of catering services during the Bayreuth Festival on three separate occasions. Since July this year, Mr. Hunger-Milkowitsch has been acting as General Manager at the Steigenberger Hotel am Kanzleramt in Berlin on an interim basis.

2018 will see him return to Austria to take up the reins at the Steigenberger Hotel and Spa Krems. Set at the heart of the Wachau Valley, a renowned wine growing and cultural region, the hotel has 141 rooms. Guests enjoy stunning views of the River Danube and easy access to hiking, cycling and jogging trails. The attractive centre of the town of Krems is only a short distance away. The hotel also boasts a special feel-good factor in the form of a large health and beauty spa area. Extending over an area of 1, 200 square metres, this facility offers everything guests need for a relaxing stay by providing several pools, saunas, a saline steam bath and a quiet zone complete with fireplace. A 550 square metre conference area contains six rooms with plenty of natural daylight which are equipped with state-of-the art technology.

About Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts

Steigenberger Hotels and Resorts is a Deutsche Hospitality brand. It represents the epitome of luxury and perfect hospitality. Visitors can choose from historic hotels rich in tradition, lively city residences and health and beauty oases at the very heart of nature. The portfolio encompasses 60 hotels in eleven countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. Further Deutsche Hospitality brands include Jaz in the City, which reflects the metropolitan lifestyle and draws upon local musical and cultural scenes. The first Jaz hotel opened in Amsterdam in 2015. And IntercityHotel offers more than 42 upper mid-range urban hotels, all of which are located within easy walking distance of railway stations or airports.www.deutschehospitality.com/en
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