Wiesbaden welcomes IntercityHotel to the city

by | 04 Feb 2022 | Design

Deutsche Hospitality has entered Hessen’s state capital for the very first time with the opening of IntercityHotel Wiesbaden, a 216-room property with interiors by Matteo Thun.

After making its debut last month, this development now provides a convenient place for travellers to stay next to the city’s central railway station.

A real team effort

The 216-key IntercityHotel Wiesbaden, featuring interiors by Matteo Thun, has started hosting guests in a newbuild property with a clear emphasis on comfort, style and sustainable mobility. Opened in January 2022, it’s the result of a cooperation agreement between Deutsche Hospitality and project developer GBI.

The scheme is owned by the Hausinvest real estate fund run by Commerz Real, Commerzbank’s property investment arm.

Marcus Bernhardt, CEO of Deutsche Hospitality, said: “Today’s opening represents a joint success. We would like to thank our partners, GBI and Commerz Real, for their good collaboration, which has always taken place in a spirit of trust.”

Christian Kaschner, managing director of IntercityHotel, said: “We are delighted to be adding this highly attractive location to the growing IntercityHotel network. Wiesbaden is an important centre of business, a major spa and a congress destination.

“It has a real mix of companies, which include world market leaders, and is also home to the European and national headquarters of international firms in sectors such as the service industry, IT and the creative economy. The city’s cultural and restaurant scene, its spa facilities and parks, and its proximity to the Rheingau region and the Taunus mountains range are just some of the many reasons to visit.”

A prime location in Wiesbaden

The hotel’s 216 guestrooms are joined by a restaurant, bistro lounge, bar and conferencing suite. Thanks to its prominent location in Hessen’s state capital, moreover, IntercityHotel Wiesbaden is just a short walk from RheinMain CongressCenter and 20 minutes away from Germany’s largest airport.

General manager Sascha Wagner said: “The whole team is looking forward to becoming part of the city from the very outset. Our position right next to the station and the Lilien-Carré Shopping Centre means that we are a gateway to Wiesbaden for our guests and can offer a comfortable temporary abode.”

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