Best Western Germany expands portfolio
Friday 4, March 2011
Since January 2010, 21 new properties have joined The World’s Biggest Hotel Family in Germany. The number of Best Western hotels in Germany has increased to 189.
Best Western Hotels of Germany continues to expand their portfolio. Since 2010, 17 new hotels have been added to the portfolio and four more have already joined The World’s Biggest Hotel FamilySM in 2011. Of the 21 new properties, three have been named BEST WESTERN PREMIER, which is the premium category for Best Western. Best Western now provides 189 independently owned and operated hotels in all main touristic spots and key cities in Germany.
The newly-added hotels include:
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Grand Hotel Russischer Hof, Weimar (Thuringia)
BEST WESTERN Parkhotel Weingarten, Ravensburg/Weingarten (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
BEST WESTERN Nordic Hotel Ambiente, Hannover-Langenhagen (Lower Saxony)
BEST WESTERN Plazahotel Stuttgart-Ditzingen, Ditzingen (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
BEST WESTERN Plazahotel Stuttgart-Filderstadt, Filderstadt (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
BEST WESTERN Hotel des Nordens, Harrislee/Flensburg (Schleswig Holstein)
BEST WESTERN Hotel Aurora, Hessdorf/Erlangen (Bavaria)
BEST WESTERN Grand City Hotel Halle, Halle (Saxony-Anhalt)
BEST WESTERN Grand City Hotel Bremen, Achim-Uphusen (Bremen)
BEST WESTERN Hotel Heide, Oldenburg (Lower Saxony)
BEST WESTERN Grand City Hotel Quedlinburg, Quedlinburg (Lower Saxony)
BEST WESTERN Grand City Hotel Rosenheim, Rosenheim (Bavaria)
BEST WESTERN Hotel Rastatt, Rastatt(Baden-Wuerttemberg)
BEST WESTERN Grand City Hotel Bad Oldesloe, Bad Oldesloe (Schleswig-Holstein)
BEST WESTERN Parkhotel Ropeter, Goettingen (Lower Saxony)
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Moa Berlin, Berlin (Berlin)
BEST WESTERN Hotel Favorit, Ludwigsburg (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
BEST WESTERN Hotel Weisses Lamm, Veitshoechheim (Bavaria)
BEST WESTERN Hotel Dasing-Augsburg, Dasing (Bavaria)
BEST WESTERN PREMIER Schloss Reichmannsdorf, Schluesselfeld (Bavaria)
BEST WESTERN Bierkulturhotel Schwanen, Ehingen (Baden-Wuerttemberg)
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