Norman Mark Appointed General Manager at Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher’s, Brussels

Germany, Frankfurt. February 09, 2023

We wish a warm welcome to Norman Mark! Deutsche Hospitality is proud to welcome Norman Mark back in their hotelier's family as General Manager of the legendary Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's in Brussels, one of the most outstanding hotels on the European continent. The general manager, who was in his previous position in charge of the 5-star superior hotel "Hommage Luxury Hotels Collection" in Baden Baden, is a well-known colleague at Steigenberger. Steigenberger Hotels in Berlin, Bayreuth and Potsdam were important past assignments for Normann Mark. From 2015 to 2016 he was even the Interims General Manager at the Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's.

Josef Dolp, Chief Operations and Experience Officer of Deutsche Hospitality: "We are pleased to welcome Norman back as the General Manager of Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's. Norman is an outstanding hotel manager and leader. I am sure he will be able to continue the success story of this flagship property."

Norman Mark: "The Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's is an outstanding hotel in terms of its team, service and history. With its exposed location and elegant interior, the Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's, Brussels is a true hotel Icon. I am very much looking forward working with my new team at the Wiltcher‘s."

Norman Mark gained solid experiences within the five-star segment during his career. Starting as Chef de Rang at Zurich's Hotel Baur au Lac then his path led him to the Sheraton Hotels in Frankfurt as Assistant Food & Beverage Manager, by 2010 to the Hotel Concord Berlin as Director of Food & Beverage, by 2012 he joined Steigenberger where he worked for the brand in leading management positions in Berlin, Brussels, Bayreuth and Potsdam. Norman held the general manager position at the Schlosshotel Berlin and most recently at the Maison Messmer Baden-Baden.

Based directly on the prestigious Avenue Louise, the Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's, Brussels stands out for its comfortable stays with a total of 267 stylish hotel rooms and suites located in the heart of Brussels. Four bars and restaurants offer for our guests a great variety of delicious food and beverage choices. A highlight will always be the Michelin restaurant "La Canne en Ville" with French star cuisine paired with international choices.

The Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's, Brussels combines the historic uniqueness of Brussels with modern concept of a special travel experience. Deutsche Hospitality offers a variety of career opportunities across three continents and within a brand family of five operating brands - from Steigenberger Icons, IntercityHotel to Zleep Hotels. Career opportunities also include the Steigenberger Akademie, Deutsche Hospitality's very own and prestigious academy for the next generation of hospitality leaders.

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