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Maritim Hotels upgrades 25% of all rooms across Germany: Nearly 3,000 revamped rooms for 2017

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January 18, 2017

Maritim Hotels upgrades 25% of all rooms across Germany: Nearly 3,000 revamped rooms for 2017

Bad Salzuflen, Germany – 18 January 2017
Germany’s largest owner-managed hotel group Maritim is unveiling a series of revamped rooms for 2017. Over a quarter of all rooms at Maritim Hotels in Germany have been upgraded in the past two years across nine of its core properties as part of an extensive redevelopment programme.

Nearly 3,000 rooms out of the 9,680 rooms in Maritim Hotels across Germany have been revamped with upgrades across rooms, bathrooms and public areas.

Meeting and event space across the properties have also been renovated and modernised including one of the Maritim’s flagship hotels, Hanover. This hotel, located next to the city’s airport, has recently revamped 15 event rooms and ten conference suites which can host groups of all sizes from 3 to 1,500, as well as a new sounds system.

These new features can be found in rooms at Maritim hotels in Königswinter, Ulm, Munich, Stuttgart, Darmstadt, Hannover, Bad Homburg, Cologne and Würzburg and its adjacent Congress Centrum. Maritim’s hotel in Bonn is set to be upgraded this year.

Mark Spivey, Director of International Sales, at Maritim Hotels, comments: “With nearly 3,000 revamped rooms across Germany, we’re continuing to provide a top notch offering for our guests. Maritim is Germany’s best known hotel chain and our comprehensive portfolio includes centrally located city hotels, conveniently located airport hotels and lakeside family hotels.”

The Maritim Hotelgesellschaft is Germany’s largest owner-managed hotel group, and the company’s nationwide hotel network is represented by hotels in six countries overseas: Mauritius, Egypt, Turkey, Malta, Spain and China. The group’s ongoing expansion continues to strengthen its position within the European first-class hotel industry.

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