Sascha Hemmann has been appointed managing director of Rosewood Bermuda, the island’s 200-acre resort located in Tucker’s Point, which reopened in April 2018 following a $25 million renovation. In his new role, Hemmann will lead all facets of the property, including the 88-room resort, Tucker’s Point Private Member’s Club, Tucker’s Point Beach Club and the Tucker’s Point Golf Club designed by Charles Bank. As part of his role, Hemmann will work with the Bermuda Tourism Authority to support the resort’s mission of connecting guests with the history and culture of the island.
Hemmann’s hospitality career spans over 15 years. Most recently, he served as the general manager of Nanuku Auberge Resort in Viti Levu, Fiji, where he managed the resort’s team of 175 on-site staff. Under his leadership, the property added over 50 guest-facing experiences celebrating Fiji’s natural offerings and culture, and received accolades from numerous publications.
Before joining Auberge, Hemmann served as the general manager of Anantara Hotels, Resorts and Spa in both Phuket and Koh Phangan, Thailand. In years prior, Hemmann held the same position with Capella Hotels across the United States, China and Singapore. Throughout his career, Hemmann has also held a number of leadership roles at hotels across the United Arab Emirates, the Caribbean, the Maldives, Brunei, the Bahamas, the United Kingdom and Germany.
Hemmann recently relocated to Bermuda with his wife and three children. He received his bachelor’s degree in tourism and hotel management from Hotelfachschule Berlin after graduating from Albert Einstein College, Germany, with a diploma of higher education in hotel, catering and hospitality management.