25hours Hotels to open second Hamburg property in March 2016

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Germany: 25hours Hotels has announced the opening of 25hours Hotel Altes Hafenamt, its second hotel in Hamburg’s HafenCity neighbourhood.

Germany: 25hours Hotels has announced the opening of 25hours Hotel Altes Hafenamt, its second hotel in Hamburg's HafenCity neighbourhood.

The brand's eight property in total is a conversion of the Altes Hafenamt (the old harbourmaster's office), a historic brick building on the banks of the Magdeburg harbour. It will feature 49 guest rooms, the Neni restaurant and terrace, the Boilerman bar, underground parking, a fitness room, and free Mini and bicycle hire. The hotel is very close to 25hours' other Hamburg property, 25hours Hotel HafenCity.

The hotel is owned by a private consortium of Hamburg hotelier Kai Hollmann and Frankfurt investor Jürgen Groß.

25hours CEO Christoph Hoffmann said: "To be able to breathe new life into the oldest building in the HafenCity is fantastic and will add even more variety to the heart of the Überseequartier. We have to thank Kai Hollmann for his Hanseatic entrepreneurial spirit and his passion for historic locations. We've put together a story that suits the building perfectly and sensitively takes up its character, giving it a whole new appeal."

Kai Hollmann, co-founder of the 25hours hotel group and CEO of Fortune Hotels Group, said; "The HafenCity is an extremely attractive location for a hotel and is especially popular with international guests. The Altes Hafenamt is not your ordinary building nor is it just a hotel exactly. It is also a central meeting place for visitors to the HafenCity and will make the Überseeboulevard even livelier."

www.25hours-hotels.com

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