Deutsche Hospitality has joined forces with the specialist property developer GBI AG to build a new generation IntercityHotel in Wiesbaden, the capital of the State of Hessen and one of Germany’s oldest spa towns. The hotel is scheduled to open in 2021. Construction works began in the second quarter of this year.
Once finished, the upper mid-range category IntercityHotel Wiesbaden will boast 216 rooms over six floors, a conference area, a bar and a restaurant. It will provide highly comfortable accommodation for business and leisure travellers alike. Interior design will once again be by the Italian architect Matteo Thun and will feature his hallmark natural materials and soft colours.
Wiesbaden enjoys the status of a state capital and is a city that is steeped in tradition. Located close to Frankfurt and offering easy access to Germany’s largest airport, it is also considered to be the gateway to the Rhinegau region, a major wine growing and gourmet destination. This high-end new build project is taking shape right next to Wiesbaden’s railway station, the second biggest in Hessen after Frankfurt. The RheinMain CongressCenter, which opened in 2018, is also within the direct vicinity.
“The IntercityHotel Wiesbaden will be situated at the very heart of the action,” said Joachim Marusczyk, founding Managing Director of InterCityHotel. “It will combine the outstanding aspects of our IntercityHotel brand in a particularly charming way and will offer an ideal venue for business meetings as well as for guests who are seeking to explore the culinary and cultural highlights of the city and the surrounding region. Both we and our partners at GBI AG are delighted that all the relevant building permits have been issued and that construction activities are making such good progress.”