Meininger Hotels continues its expansion with the signing of two new hotel projects in Stuttgart and Bremen, Germany. Totalling 6,900m² spread over four floors, the scheme in Stuttgart will offer 156 rooms and benefit from 20 parking spaces. The hotel enjoys close proximity to the city's major tourist attractions, including the New Palace, the Porsche Museum, the Mercedes-Benz Museum, the zoological and botanical garden Wilhelma, the market hall as well as the Karlshohe ridge and the Neckar Park. The hotel is scheduled to open in fall 2021.
Meanwhile, the hotel in Bremen, which will be developed in cooperation with Buhlmann Immobilien, will comprise 5,100m² and offer 126 rooms. The completion of the eleven-storey hotel building is scheduled for spring 2022. Both hotels will offer private single, double and multiple bedrooms as well as dormitories for up to four people. A guest kitchen and game zone which are typical for Meininger Hotels will also be available in both hotels.
“We are very well set up for these two cities with our hybrid hotel concept," states Doros Theodorou, CCO of Meininger Hotels.
Hannes Spanring CEO of Meininger Hotels commented: "Stuttgart is a city with compelling cultural and historical attractions and is considered as one of the strongest export metropolitan regions in Germany. The economic strength of the city is impressive and also of great importance for tourism. The demand for accommodation of business and individual travellers is relatively balanced due to international companies and Stuttgart’s globally important convention centre. Our hotel concept will be able to serve this market very well.
"The historic Schnoorviertel and the town hall are landmarks for the significance of the Hanseatic city and its moving history. These and many other sights and unique places attract increasing numbers of visitors to the city on the Weser every year. The proximity to long-distance bus and train connections is perfect for our future hotel guests. The Meininger Hotel Bremen completes the area around the central station and the new FBT," added Spanring.