19 JANUARY 2015


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Article from BTNews 19 JANUARY 2015

Leonardo Hotels expands in Munich

Israeli hotel group Leonardo has acquired two more hotels in Munich taking its total properties in the Bavarian capital to eight.

The Leonardo Hotel Munich City Olympiapark (formerly the Best Western Aparthotel) is currently closed and will reopen later in the year offering 195 air-conditioned rooms with a fresh, new design and quality furnishing after extensive renovations.  A bistro, a breakfast restaurant and a 24/7 grab'n'go station will be available.

The Leonardo Hotel Munich City North Hotel (formerly Hotel Mayerhof) is now open and has 70 air-conditioned and comfortably furnished rooms, some with balconies, and a breakfast restaurant.  A conference room with space for up to 30 people is available for smaller business meetings.  Renovation work is planned in the spring.

With this acquisition, Leonardo Hotels has a total of 1,360 rooms in Munich.  Included in the portfolio is the Leonardo Royal Hotel Munich, Leonardo Boutique Hotel Munich, Leonardo Hotel Munich Arabellapark, Leonardo Hotel München City Center, Leonardo Hotel München City West.   www.leonardo-hotels.com

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