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The Peninsula Beijing appoints Cameron Cundle as General Manager

Cameron Cundle
Cameron Cundle

The Peninsula Beijing has announced the appointment of Cameron Cundle as the hotel’s new General Manager. Mr. Cundle joins the hotel from The Peninsula Bangkok, where he has been Hotel Manager since October 2018.

Born in Australia, Mr. Cundle received a Masters in International Business form Macquarie University in Sydney, in conjunction with the Cesar Ritz Hotel School where he earned a Bachelor of Business Hotel & Tourism Management and Diploma of Hospitality. 

Upon graduation, Mr. Cundle embarked on his hospitality management career at Sheraton on the Park in Sydney. In 2011, he joined The St. Regis Singapore, where he spent three years as Director of Front Office before being promoted to Director of Rooms. He subsequently spent two years at the St. Regis Bangkok, where he was Hotel Manager. 

Mr. Cundle joined The Peninsula Hotels in October 2018 as Hotel Manager at The Peninsula Bangkok. Key accomplishments include supporting the management through the process of The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels taking full ownership of the hotel and during the past two years, helping the team navigate handling the various challenges of the pandemic.

“I am excited to be joining The Peninsula Beijing at this exciting point in its storied history,” Mr. Cundle said. “It is an honour and a pleasure to be a part of this magnificent premier all-suite hotel, which is a vibrant centre of luxury hospitality, cuisine, arts, and culture in the Chinese capital.”

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