Mandarin Oriental, Boston Appoints Alexander Von Süsskind as Hotel Manager

USA, Boston, Massachusetts. October 14, 2021

The Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Boston is delighted to announce the appointment of Alexander von Süsskind to the position of Hotel Manager; he will oversee all aspects of the day-to-day hotel operation, including rooms, food and beverage, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Boston, and security.

With over 20 years of global hospitality experience, von Süsskind joins Mandarin Oriental, Boston, from Stanton House in El Paso, Texas, where he served as General Manager. He has gained significant managerial experience in a variety of esteemed luxury hotel brands: Kempinski Hotels at the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Munich; The Ritz Carlton Hotels Co. in Cancun, San Francisco, and Dubai; a variety of Capella Hotels throughout Germany and the United States; and The Plaza Hotel Pioneer Park in El Paso, Texas.

Originally from Hamburg, Germany, von Süsskind graduated with a degree in Hotel Management from the International School for Hotel and Catering Business in Germany, and is fluent in English, Spanish and German. He recently moved from Texas to Boston for his new role, joined by his wife Neda and their three children; they reside in Brookline, Mass.

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