Groundbreaking ceremony of new 7 Days Premium Hotel at Berlin Schonefeld continues company’s growth on the European market.
BERLIN, GERMANY – Scheduled to open its doors in late 2017, 7 Days Premium Hotel enjoys a central location, within walking distance from Berlin Schonefeld Airport (Flughafen Berlin-Schonefeld, IATA: SXF, ICAO: EDDB), the secondary international airport of Berlin, Germany. This new project boasts 155 elegant guest rooms, co-working area, office, and retail space. 7 Days Premium is a design-driven modern budget premium brand by Plateno Group, aimed to provide guests with elegant, stylish accommodation and all necessary comforts at attractive prices.
“We are extremely pleased to begin the development of the 7 Days Premium Hotel in Schonefeld” said Jurgen Scheu, co-CEO of Recona- owner and developer of the project. “Berlin is not only an attractive hotel location, with a constantly rising number of visitors from all over the world, but also a highly desired destination for national travelers” added Ralf Eric Nestler, Recona’s co- CEO.
“This 7 Days Premium Hotel in Berlin is one of the first Plateno Group hotel development in Germany,” stated Roland Paar, RVP, Plateno Europe. “This is an ambitious project for us, and we envision the new 7 Days Premium Hotel as a property that embraces the vibrant energy of the city, and adds to the tourist landscape.”
“In 2015, Berlin hosted more than 30 million overnight visitors and, for big part of them, Berlin Schonefeld was the gateway to the city” concluded Paar. “We see the immense potential related to increasing number of travelers coming from China, and the opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport will further strengthen our position here.”
7 Days Premium Berlin Schonefeld joins the rapidly expanding global portfolio of 7 Days Premium Hotels, all with their unique combination of minimal design and technology.
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