As a promotion from his prior role as Executive Assistant Manager of Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, Thaddaeus Weiss has been appointed Hotel Manager at this unique luxury hotel in Bangkok’s most prestigious residential area near Lumphini Park.
The experienced hotelier can already look back on a considerable career with Kempinski Hotels, during which he developed his in-depth knowledge, ranging from Food & Beverage to sales, and from regional roles to operational ones in Europe, Africa and Asia. 30-year-old German national Thaddaeus started his journey with the oldest European luxury hotel group in 2008 at Kempinski Hotel Taschenbergpalais Dresden in Germany as an apprentice and F&B trainee before he joined the F&B Department of Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center in China. From there he was sent to Africa, to the heart of the city of Kinshasa, coordinating banqueting and catering at Kempinski Hotel Fleuve in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Back in China, he worked for two years in the Group and Events Department at Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center and was then transferred to the regional office of Kempinski Hotels as Senior Regional Operations Manager

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Asia in charge of the Asian properties, including NUO Hotels. With the opening of the outstanding five-star city wellness sanctuary in Thailand’s capital, he moved to Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok and had a significant role in the pre-opening and the first year in business of the luxurious property, which also offers residences as an integral part of its vast facilities.

“As part of the team that saw Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok through a successful opening in 2020, I look forward to guiding the way to an auspicious 2021 and beyond as we welcome guests to this luxury garden sanctuary in the centre of Bangkok,” says Thaddaeus Weiss on his recent appointment.

A new perspective on Bangkok, this unique hotel experience rises above the hectic rhythm of one of Asia’s most vibrant cities. An oasis designed with space to breathe and a mission to prove Bangkok is more than a destination for spending sprees and indulgent temptations. Nestled close to the edge of Lumphini Park and Bangkok’s ‘green corridor’ – home to embassies and Thailand’s most prestigious residences – is Sindhorn Kempinski Hotel Bangkok. Much more than a hotel, this is a new landmark destination within a fully integrated lifestyle village. A city wellness sanctuary committed to helping guests experience the guilt-free good life.

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Created in 1897, Kempinski Hotels is Europe’s oldest luxury hotel group. Kempinski now comprises a portfolio of 79 five-star hotels and residences in 34 countries and continues to add new properties in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and the Americas.

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