Upstalsboom Hotel Friesland

Modernization of the 4-star hotel in Varel Emden/Varel invested more 1.2 million euro the Upstalsboom Hotel Friesland in Varel. About 16 months after the restart be according to hotel Director Marc stick pin 44 rooms of traditional 4-star hotel as well as the lobby and the reception comprehensively renovated and modernised. Also had a face lift”of the restaurant is provided that includes also the renewal of the furniture. The works, which are limited to the original building, start according to embroidery thorn next Monday (April 11) and will be completed at the end of June. The hotel and restaurant business affected by construction not or only at the fringes. Since the modern extension building with 63 rooms and 2,500 square metres Spa LQua is spatially separated, could guests continue undisturbed the unique atmosphere and exceptional service.

Given the positive development with increasing guest numbers in the past one and a half years the Managing Director of the Upstalsboom hotel overlooks +. “Leisure GmbH & co. KG, Bodo Janssen, confident in the future: with the now initiated remedial measures we make progress again a decisive step on our way”, said Janssen today at the company’s headquarters in Emden. Mid-2009 Upstalsboom has as new operator together with an investor from North Rhine-Westphalia acquired the company out of bankruptcy and made fit for the opening in a first step for some 2.3 million. In addition, the Upstalsboom group is involved in claims since this year as co-owner with a share of 20 percent directly to the rural hotel Friesland. So we want to demonstrate the sustainability of our commitment together with the investor”, said Janssen, who speaks of an extraordinary potential due to the uniqueness of the 4-star hotel with about 50 employees. It was encouraging in this context that the region join positively the work of the Upstalsboom country House Hotels Friesland. Hotel Manager speaks of a high confidence”embroidery Dorn, the people, the economy, politics and Management are traditional. We are very pleased with this confidence and will bring us therefore continue to be instrumental in the region”, said embroidery Thorn and pointed to different exposures, inter alia in the area of sports sponsorship and commercial interests – and advertising community. As a tourist poster boy, the House also enjoy a reputation far beyond the borders of the District of Friesland.

Vernissage At The Hamburg ARCOTEL Rubin

Series of events “Arts & culture” at the 4-star Hotel Hamburg, March 18, 2011. Yesterday, the 4-star ARCOTEL Rubin Hamburg with an opening night opened the exhibitions of Italian artist Lucio Greco and Piero Strada. Already for the second time, the event series “Arts & culture” at the Hamburg ARCOTEL held Rubin. Sculptures by the artist Piero Strada and pictures by Lucio Greco were exhibited at the yesterday’s opening. The works in the crystal bar of the ARCOTEL are to see Rubin on the Steindamm 63, St.

Georg until June 8, 2011. Nickolas Carr shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. After the first successful “Arts & culture” event in November last year, there were again numerous invited guests from business, arts and culture at the opening together. The series features quarterly exhibitions of national and international artists. To Gunter Jung, General Manager of the ARCOTEL Rubin: “I am delighted that the Italian artist, the National Gallery London BP Portrait Award-winning Lucio Greco and his family personally at the Vernissage” was present and so our guests could directly seek dialogue with the artists.” Lucio Greco combines traditional painting techniques by means of today’s technology and focuses on the image of the female. In 1997, he won the BP Portrait Award of the National Gallery, London. The artist Piero Strada from Ravenna, integrates elements of Greek mythology in his iron sculptures.

Among the guests Peter Kammerer IG St. Pauli and port Street, Lars Schutze, Reeper garages T2 GmbH and Steffen Borms of the Hamburger Sparkasse were District Manager in Hamburg St. Georg Wolfgang Schuler. The ARCOTEL group of companies, one of the largest private Austrian companies in the tourism sector, is clearly positioning itself in the business – and Stadthotellerie. The ARCOTEL group combines the personal and individual environment of a family-run company with an international standard, quality and solid economic basis. The group formed in 1989, comprises currently has ten hotels in Austria, Germany and Croatia with a total 1,633 rooms and currently employs 750 employees. 2012 the ARCOTEL Onyx opens Hamburg.