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Matild Palace takes Luxury Collection into Hungary

Matild Palace takes Luxury Collection into Hungary

25 July 2017 Hotel News

Özyer Group has announced the signing of an agreement with Marriott International to launch the acclaimed Luxury Collection brand in Hungary with Matild Palace, a Luxury Collection Hotel. Slated to open in early 2019 as the first Luxury Collection property in Hungary, this landmark hotel will occupy the beautiful Matild Place, a palatial neo-baroque building on the gateway to the Elisabeth Bridge over the Danube.

Vienna House coming to Liechtenstein

Vienna House coming to Liechtenstein

11 July 2017 Hotel News

Starting in the spring of 2018, a new Vienna House will be built in Liechtenstein in the municipality of Schaan, an economic centre in the country. The hotel will feature contemporary trends in all areas with a focus on new bar and restaurant concepts.

Leeu Collection signs for first property in London

Leeu Collection signs for first property in London

2 May 2017 Hotel News

Leeu Collection has acquired its first London property, following an extensive search to find the perfect opportunity in the city. It is now the proud owner of 55 Newman Street, a former office building with detailed planning consent to create a 100-bedroom luxury hotel, in the heart of fashionable Fitzrovia in the West End.

Radisson Red set to open in Georgia in 2019

Radisson Red set to open in Georgia in 2019

17 December 2016 Hotel News

The Rezidor Hotel Group has signed the first Radisson Red in Georgia, Radisson Red Chavchavadze. The new build city centre stand-alone hotel will be located in the heart of the city on Chavchavadze Street, is expected to open its doors in mid-2019, and will feature around 100 rooms.

Vienna House announces new hotel acquisition in Kronberg im Taunus

Vienna House announces new hotel acquisition in Kronberg im Taunus

13 December 2016 Hotel News

Vienna House has signed the lease agreement for a 96-room hotel project in Kronberg im Taunus, a historic town and modern business centre close to Frankfurt. The new hotel building forms part of a new urban development plan, ‘Musikquartier Kronberg’, designed by Staab Architekten of Berlin that will also include the construction of the adjacent music hall and the integration of the historic railway station.

Rezidor and Prizeotel plan joint hotel in Erfurt, Germany

Rezidor and Prizeotel plan joint hotel in Erfurt, Germany

26 November 2016 Hotel News

The Rezidor Hotel Group and prizeotel have confirmed their second joint hotel project in Erfurt, eastern Germany. The prizeotel Erfurt-City, featuring 208 rooms, will open its doors in 2019 at a premium location with a direct connection to Erfurt central train station, at the start of the urban development project ‘ICE City’. prizeotel founder Marco Nussbaum, said: “I am very pleased to bring our second joint project to market, within eight months of the announcement of our partnership with The Rezidor Hotel Group.”

Student Hotels moves into Germany with Berlin location

Student Hotels moves into Germany with Berlin location

11 October 2016 Hotel News

Adding to its twelve-strong portfolio of properties, The Student Hotel will open its first German location in the heart of Berlin in partnership with the European Student Housing Fund. The 17,000-square meter space is located on Alexanderstraße, in the immediate vicinity of the iconic Alexanderplatz, an area known as the Alexanderquartier.

Mövenpick plans new hotel at Stuttgart airport

Mövenpick plans new hotel at Stuttgart airport

10 September 2016 Airline News Hotel News

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts has signed the contract for a second Mövenpick hotel at Stuttgart airport. The new-build hotel, located by the S-Bahn and the planned ICE airport station and tram terminal stop, is expected to open in spring 2019. “Our existing hotel opened nine years ago and, overseen by Jürgen Köhler, general manager and director of operations Germany, is highly regarded as an excellent hotel choice in this important economic centre”, commented Ola Ivarsson, chief operating officer Europe.