Frankfurt am Main, 29. March 2019
Stefan Henseling, who is currently Deputy Director of the IntercityHotel Mainz, will take over the reins at the IntercityHotel Ulm on 1 April 2019. Stefan joined Steigenberger Hotels AG in 2006 and began his career with the group as a receptionist at the Steigenberger Hotel Frankfurt Langen. He took on a number of different roles at the same hotel before moving to IntercityHotel in 2011 to help establish a new hotel in Mainz, capital of the State of Rhineland Palatinate. Stefan Henseling succeeds the outgoing General Manager Katrin Schißler.
There will also be a change at the helm at the IntercityHotel Darmstadt, where Olaf Kaul will become the new Director. This appointment also takes effect from 1 April 2019. Olaf Kaul originally trained as a marketing and events manager and has gone on to gain many years of experience in the hotel sector. His most recent role was General Manager of the Best Western Plus Plaza Hotel Darmstadt.
“Mr. Henseling and Mr. Kaul both have considerable and varied experience,” said Joachim Marusczyk, Managing Director of IntercityHotel. “We are delighted that we have been able to appoint them to perform new tasks at IntercityHotels and are confident that guests in Darmstadt and Ulm will continue to enjoy the highest level of hospitality.”
IntercityHotel is a brand that is characterised by the central locations of its hotels, and Darmstadt and Ulm are no exceptions in this regard. The IntercityHotel Ulm is situated directly next to the railway station, the city’s central transport hub. This guarantees guests easy access to cultural attractions and makes it easy for them to explore Ulm and the surrounding area. The IntercityHotel Darmstadt was opened in 2012. Its 140 spacious rooms, all of which feature modern furnishings and sound insulation, provide pleasant and relaxing accommodation. A Bistro Lounge provides the perfect ambiance for coffee, evening snacks and after work drinks, and the hotel also boasts 4 meeting and events rooms with a capacity of up to 190 persons.