IntercityHotel opens in Lübeck in 2023
The new hotel building will extend over six floors and comprise 176 rooms, a spacious lobby, a restaurant, a bar and various conference facilities.
Rendering of the IntercityHotel Lübeck
Lübeck, known as the “city of seven towers” because of the Gothic churches that shape its skyline, is to host an IntercityHotel by 2023. a restaurant, a bar and various conference facilities. As with all IntercityHotels of the new generation, the interior design will be carried out by the Italian architect Matteo Thun. The project is being implemented within the framework of the existing cooperation agreement between Deutsche Hospitality and the “Commerz Real Institutional European Hotel Fund”, through which Commerz Real, a real estate subsidiary of Commerzbank, has acquired the future hotel from the developer GBI.
“We are pleased to be able to expand the growing IntercityHotel network shortly to include a new hotel in Germany’s oldest Hanseatic city,” says Christian Kaschner, born in Lübeck, Senior Vice President IntercityHotel. “Lübeck offers around 1,800 listed buildings in addition to numerous other sights and museums. All of this makes for an attractive destination for leisure travelers. As one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea, the city also has the status of an important business location. From 2023 the IntercityHotel Lübeck will offer its guests the opportunity to visit another city in Northern Germany and enjoy the comfort of an upper middle class hotel as well as the advantages of good accessibility and short distances to sights. “
The hotel is located in the heart of Lübeck at Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 1, right next to the main train station and bus station and within walking distance of the old town, a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other tourist highlights such as the Marienkirche and the Buddenbrookhaus are in the immediate vicinity. The historic Baltic Sea resort of Travemünde is around 20 kilometers away by land or by ship.
This hotel is the fourth acquisition of the “Commerz Real Institutional European Hotel Fund”, an open “Special Alternative Investment Fund” (AIF). A few months ago the fund acquired two IntercityHotels, which are to be built in the Netherlands, the IntercityHotel Leiden with 115 rooms and the IntercityHotel Breda with 174 rooms. The Commerz Real Institutional European Hotel Fund works with Deutsche Hospitality. It pursues a risk-diversified approach and buys in European hotel properties on behalf of professional and semi-professional investors.
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