MEININGER Hotels opens a new property in Bremen

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Published on 25/05/22 - Updated on 02/06/22

MEININGER Hotel Bremen Hauptbahnhof

MEININGER Hotels announces the inauguration of its 13th location in Germany, this opening marks the group’s second new opening of this year.

The MEININGER Hotel Bremen Hauptbahnhof opened its doors on May 25, and it features 126 rooms with 378 beds. The property is located close to Bremen's central train station as well as Bremen's Old Town. Numerous shopping and entertainment options await within walking distance in the surrounding area, such as the City Gate shopping center, the Übersee Museum, and a cinema.

The hotel extends over a total of seven floors within the 42-meter HIGH11 high-rise building - with a unique view over the Hanseatic city from the upper floors. The typical MEININGER guest kitchen, and the game zone is an open space for encounters-and not just for hotel guests.

The hotel's interior design picks up on Bremen's cultural facets, guiding guests through themed worlds that include the Bremen Town Musicians, tradition, and urban graffiti street art. In the public areas, futuristic design likewise echo the Hanseatic city's nickname, the "City of Space".

The design of the guest rooms is inspired by the four heroes of the Grimm fairy tale: donkey, dog, cat and rooster, which represent four different color worlds. The Kai Ratschko design office is responsible for the interior design.

This property development project is supported by the Robert C. Spies Group, a real estate group with a nationwide presence. The construction of the new, and now complete HIGHeleven was carried out by Buhlmann Immobilien GmbH.

With the new opening in Bremen and 12 other locations in Germany, the hotel group currently provides more than 6,500 beds in Germany. Two more hotel openings within the existing markets of Germany and Italy are planned for later this year-in Dresden and Venice.

The MEINNGER Hotel Bremen Hauptbahnhof is a place to stay and feel good, for hotel guests, travelers and the people of Bremen themselves. The building's architecture underlines this concept of openness and exchange quite wonderfully. In addition to business and leisure travelers, we also expect tour groups, including school classes and clubs.

Thomas Hagemann, COO of MEININGER Hotels

This architecturally sophisticated project sets a significant example and provides new impetus for the positive urban development of Bremen's city center. The diverse uses of the hybrid building complex will ensure urban revitalization, while providing high-quality accommodation at the location in the future. We are convinced that the HIGHeleven will develop into an innovative landmark-including beyond Bremen's borders.

Jens Lütjen, executive shareholder at Robert C. Spies



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