Virtuoso Life - September/October 2017 - 215
HOTELIER OF THE YEAR
Susanne Hatje, Mandarin Oriental, New York
assionate," "motivating," "full
of life," "creative" - these are
just a handful of the words Virtuoso travel advisors use repeatedly to describe Susanne Hatje.
An avid surfer and sailor, the German
native has held senior management
positions with Mandarin Oriental for
the past 18 years - including serving
as the GM in Boston, Hong Kong, and
Munich - before taking the reins at
Columbus Circle in 2013. "Susanne is
the quintessential general manager,"
says Virtuoso advisor Bob Watson of
NYC. "She's bright, personable, extremely well organized, and always
available to guests."
Manhattan-based advisor Judy
Stein agrees: "She's the true definition
of what a leader should be - and she
does it all with a great sense of humor
and an equally great sense of style!"
Virtuoso travelers receive breakfast
daily and a $100 dining credit.
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