Deutsche Hospitality lines up third IntercityHotel for the Netherlands

by | 05 Feb 2021 | Hotel Openings, Projects

German hotel group Deutsche Hospitality has signalled its intention to open a new 174-key IntercityHotel in the Dutch city of Breda in 2023.

Drawing on the Netherlands’ longstanding popularity among travellers, Deutsche Hospitality is planning to bolster its portfolio with an exciting project in the southern province of North Brabant.

Deutsche Hospitality’s growing footprint

IntercityHotel’s first property in Breda is pencilled in to make its debut in 2023, following on from the existing IntercityHotel Enschede and the forthcoming IntercityHotel Amsterdam Airport, which is scheduled to open in 2021.

“The Netherlands is an important market within the scope of our worldwide expansion strategy, and IntercityHotel offers some of the greatest potential amongst our brands,” said Marcus Bernhardt, CEO of Deutsche Hospitality. “Breda boasts numerous street cafes, restaurants, museums and a whole host of leisure opportunities. All of this provides plenty of incentives for private travellers. At the same time, it is a significant business location, which enjoys outstanding transport links.”

Big development plans for Breda

IntercityHotel Breda will be located within a newbuild scheme neighbouring the city’s main railway station. The hotel will form part of the 5Tracks project launched by developer Synchroon along with construction company JP van Eesteren; it’s envisaged that the complex will boast 168 apartments, retail, restaurants and 15,500 sq m of office space.

As for the hotel, it’ll house 174 guest rooms, along with a bar and flexible conferencing facilities. In line with other IntercityHotels, the property will provide guests with access to a range of convenient services such as the IntercityHotel app and the FreeCityTicket scheme, offering free use of local public transport.

This new IntercityHotel will be operated through a lease agreement between STAG Hotels Netherlands, Synchroon and JP van Eesteren. Construction is expected to start in the summer of 2021.

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