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New appointments at Tschuggen Hotel Group

Management couple Stephanie and Michael Lehnort move from Valsana Hotel Arosa to Carlton Hotel St. Moritz

SWITZERLAND

By Sarah Todd

24 June 2021

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The Swiss-based Tschuggen Hotel Group has announced that new management has been appointed for its Carlton Hotel St. Moritz and Valsana Hotel Arosa properties.

Management couple Stephanie and Michael Lehnort will join the Carlton Hotel St. Moritz.

Following several positions in Germany and Switzerland, including at Brenner’s Park-Hotel and Spa, Gstaad Palace and Park-Hotel Vitznau, the duo helped to redefine sustainability in the Swiss hotel industry during their recent positions at Valsana Hotel Arosa.

Claudio Laager will replace Stephanie and Michael Lehnort

Currently the vice-president of Tschuggen Grand Hotel, also in Arosa, Claudio Laager will replace the Lehnorts at Valsana Hotel Arosa.

The privately-owned group recently launched Moving Mountains, a holistic, guest experience inspired by the landscape surrounding its hotels, which aims to helpo guests  rediscover nature and celebrate life.

The Tschuggen Hotel Group incorporates Tschuggen Grand Hotel Arosa, Carlton Hotel St. Moritz, Hotel Eden Roc Ascona and Valsana Hotel Arosa, and has a corporate vision to ‘restore the value of time’ for its guests.

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For more than 40 years, the Tschuggen Hotel Group has combined the highest levels of hospitality, cuisine, sustainability and wellness across its portfolio of Swiss properties. To find out more, click below

www.tschuggenhotelgroup.ch
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