Adina announced for Munich

An Adina Apartment Hotel in Munich will open in 2019 in the redeveloped business district of Werksviertel.

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An Adina Apartment Hotel in Munich will open in 2019 in the redeveloped business district of Werksviertel.

The former industrial area, Werksviertel, adjacent to the Munich east station will be transformed into a new business and residential quarter, with Munich´s first Adina Apartment Hotel to be built on top of the former Pfanni potato Silo. Adina has signed a lease agreement with the owner, OTEC, that will see the development of the biggest Adina Hotel in Europe with a total of 234 studios and apartments.

Construction will commence in early 2017 and the opening is scheduled for the beginning of 2019. Overall, the building has 24 floors, of which Adina Apartment Hotels has leased the upper 16 floors. The existing climbing gym in the former silo will be preserved and expanded with an outdoor area, the remainder of the silo will be demolished and rebuilt.

The hotel has been designed by local architects Steidle and offers panoramic views over the city of Munich and to the Alps, with the lobby, restaurant and bar as well as a double height 200 square metre ballroom, located on the 13th floor of the 80 metre high tower. Another highlight is the spa area with pool, gym and sauna area with a large outdoor terrace on the 14th floor.

The mixture of rooms is as in all Adina Apartment Hotels: studios of at least 30 square metres as well as larger one and two bedroom apartments with a separate living room, all with a fully equipped kitchen and laundry, combining modern design with a home-like atmosphere.

The new urban district ‘Werksviertel’ will offer a mix of loft offices, artist studios, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, clubs and music locations established in restored former industrial buildings or new buildings.

“We are very pleased, to be able to realise our new flagship hotel project especially in Munich, one of the most attractive hotel markets in Germany ,” said Georgios Ganitis , regional general manager Europe of Adina.



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