Appointment30 April 2019
Randy Karman (25), former Sous-Chef of restaurant The White Room is taking over the role of Chef de Cuisine from Arturo Dalhuisen and will lead the team. Together with Signature Chef Jacob Jan Boerma, Karman will continue with the current direction of The White Room. Within three years' time since its opening, The White Room has acquired one Michelin star. Arturo Dalhuisen has decided to leave The White Room to pursue his career outside of the company. NH Hotel Group thanks him for his passion and dedication and wishes him all the best in his future endeavors.
New Chef de Cuisine Randy Karman
Randy Karman started his career in 2012 as an apprentice in various Michelin starred restaurants under the leadership of top chefs. He worked as Chef de Partie for one year in Jacob Jan Boerma's Restaurant De Leest in Vaassen. Followed by his next role as Demi Chef de Partie at Restaurant Bord'Eau* of hotel De l'Europe in Amsterdam to broaden his culinary horizon.
NH Hotel Group is a consolidated multinational player and a leading urban hotel operator in Europe and America, where it operates over 350 hotels. Since 2019, the Company works with Minor Hotels in the integration of their hotel brands under a single corporate umbrella with presence in over 50 countries worldwide.
Recent Appointments at NH Hotel Group
3 August 2020 — NH Hotel Group has agreed to appoint Luis Martínez Jurado as its new Chief Financial Officer. Luis will report directly to Ramón Aragonés, the Group's Chief Executive Officer, and join its Management Committee.
5 November 2019 — Jacqueline Kanits (53) will be the new Director of Revenue at NH Hotel Group from 25 October 2019. She will lead the Revenue department of the Northern Europe Business Unit, which comprises 127 hotels in Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Switzerland.
2 September 2019 — NH Hotel Group has appointed Remco Gerritsen as General Manager of nhow Amsterdam RAI to set up the creative hotel brand in Amsterdam. nhow Amsterdam RAI is the second nhow hotel in the Netherlands and, with 650 rooms and 25 floors, the largest new-build hotel in the Benelux.