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Oetker Collection

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Oetker Hotel Management GmbH
Key people
  • Frank Marrenbach (CEO)

The Oetker Hotel Management GmbH, which also appears under the brand name Oetker Collection (OHC), is a German hotel management company based in Baden-Baden.[1] The Oetker Collection is managed by the Oetker family. Company hospitality business first started in 1870 when Villa Soleil in Cap d'Antibes opened as a writers' retreat and later become the celebrated Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc.[2] Several of five star hotels managed by Oetker Hotel Management GmbH are members of exclusive hotel affiliation group The Leading Hotels of the World.[3]


After success of Villa Soleil in Cap d'Antibes Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa in Baden-Baden happened to be the first "real" hotel operated by August Oetker family. Gradually more hotels were added. So the Hotel Le Bristol in Paris, the Château Saint-Martin & Spa in Vence and the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d'Antibes. In 2008 under leadership of young CEO Frank Marrenbach company started ambitious expansion.[4] In the spring of 2012, the Palais Namaskar in Marrakech and in the fall of 2012 opened the Hotel St. Barth Isle de France in the Caribbean Sea.[5] In 2013 Hotel St. Barth Isle de France was sold to LVMH luxury brands conglomerate.[6]


The Oetker Collection is managed by the Oetker family. The company runs a number of hotels and country estates under the brand Oetker Collection. The portfolio is currently:

See also


  1. ^ Oetker Hotel Management website
  2. ^ Refined European Hospitality since 1870. Oetker Collection website.
  3. ^ Opulent new Sao Paulo hotel with celebrity dining
  4. ^ Shellie Karabell Leadership & Luxury: Frank Marrenbach, CEO, The Oetker Collection Forbes October 18, 2015
  5. ^ "Oeter Collection  -  Masterpiece Estates: Glen  Afrric  Estate". Retrieved 25 June 2019.
  6. ^ LVMH acquires luxury resort hotel ‘Isle de France’ in St Barth
  7. ^ "Dream Holiday Destinations - Oetker Collection 5-Star Hotels". Retrieved 8 January 2019.

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