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The Steigenberger Airport Hotel in Berlin will open on October 31, 2020

The new Hotel Steigenberger Aiport Berlin will open its doors on October 31, when the new Berlin Brandenburg BER Airport goes into operation.

The hotel, with a capacity of 322 rooms, will be located in the immediate vicinity of the main terminal.

The hotel will be managed by Steffi Wisotzky, former director of the IntercityHotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof and winner of the Worldwide Hospitality Awards in the category Best General Manager.

The new presence of the Steigenberger Aiport Hotel Berlin will expand the hotel portfolio of the Deutsche Hospitality Group, formerly Steigenberger Hotel Group, with 3 hotels in the German capital.

The real estate developer ECE is responsible for the development, rental, realization, completion and timely opening of the hotel.

The hotel will have a restaurant, bar, spa, gym and health and beauty center. Benefiting from an ideal location for the business clientele, a conference center and eleven meeting rooms will also be offered with a capacity of 500 peoples.

Denis Hüttig, Vice President of Operations at Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts says:

We are proud to be able to launch a Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts hotel at such a location. Our guests can expect to find an international business hotel which will also act as the perfect base for short trips and holiday travel.

The centre of Berlin, which is less than 30 minutes away via the public transport network, will allow the Steigenberger Airport Hotel Berlin to capture all types of clientele.

Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts is one of the five brands of the Deutsche Hospitality Group. The portfolio currently includes 60 hotels in 11 countries in Europe, Asia and Africa.

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