Hans Jenni will be stepping down from his position as president of luxury hotels company General Hotels Management (GHM), according to a recent press statement from the group.
Jenni co-founded GHM with Amanresorts creator Adrian Zecha in 1992. Under their leadership, the company grew its brands The Chedi and Anh Luh, establishing properties known for their contemporary Asian design across various destinations, including China, India, the Middle East and Europe.
More recently, the company opened the 123-key The Chedi Andermatt, which sits 1,447m above sea level in the heart of the Swiss Alps, in Jenni’s homeland Switzerland.
Other existing properties under GHM include The Chedi Luštica Bay Hotel at the coastal town of Luštica Bay in Montenegro, as well as Ahn Luh Qiandao Lake, sited within the Hangzhou Qiandao Lake scenic area.
Over the years, GHM has also counted properties such as The Datai, Langkawi; The Lalu Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan; and The Nam Hai, Vietnam, in its portfolio.
Jenni will continue to be based in Asia, and has plans to divide his time between Manila and Singapore.