Deutsche Hospitality unveils plans for IntercityHotel Paderborn

by | 02 Aug 2020 | Projects

Frankfurt-headquartered hotel group Deutsche Hospitality has signalled its intention to open a 190-room IntercityHotel property in the German university city of Paderborn.

Fast-growing Deutsche Hospitality brand IntercityHotel, which already has more than 40 properties across Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Oman and China, is on the expansion trail again. We find out more about its latest project.

IntercityHotel to grow German footprint

Scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2022, IntercityHotel Paderborn will form part of the city’s new main railway station. The interior design concept for the property will be overseen by Italian architect Matteo Thun.

Joachim Marusczyk, managing director of InterCityHotel, said: “We are looking forward to bringing all the great advantages that the IntercityHotel concept offers to business and leisure travellers alike to Paderborn in the not-too-distant future. Together with our partner, Bremer Projektentwicklung, headquartered in Paderborn, we are now taking the next steps in the realisation of the project.”

Bernd Jungholt, managing director of Bremer Projektentwicklung, added: “We develop competitive and commercially attractive properties on behalf of our customers at many locations both in Germany and beyond. As a Paderborn company, we are particularly pleased to be working locally with Deutsche Hospitality on the development of an IntercityHotel.”

What to expect from IntercityHotel Paderborn

The proposed 190-key hotel will have a conference area, meeting and event space, car parking and a restaurant. Guests will also be able to make use of local public transport for free via the FreeCity Ticket scheme.

Paderborn is a university city in North Rhine-Westphalia with more than 150,000 residents. A popular location for conferences and meetings, it also offers plenty of recreational opportunities because of its proximity to several picturesque parks, gardens, forests and lakes, making it an increasingly attractive option for major hotel groups.


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