Worldhotels adds to portfolio

Worldhotels has expanded its European portfolio of more than 500 independent hotels with the addition of three new properties. The newcomers are the Hotel Theater Figi in Zeist in the Netherlands, and two German properties – the Carlton Donaueschingen in the Black Forest region and the Hotel Bredeney in Essen. “Our three new members in Germany and the Netherlands are ideally suited to the meetings and incentives market,” said sales and marketing director Mark Gorgon. “Each property has its own characteristics that ensure that events are not only efficiently run, but they are also memorably distinctive.” The Hotel Theater Figi, near Utrecht, dates back to 1850 and has its own theatre and cinema, as well as 97 rooms, including three suites, and 15 conference rooms capable of catering to up to 500 delegates. The four-star, 82-room Carlton Donaueschingen, meanwhile, offers the region’s largest convention centre with capacity for 500 delegates. It also has a dedicated events team offering incentives such as torchlight hikes, balloon trips and ski courses. The Hotel Bredeney, is located in Essen’s Bredeney district, close to the city’s exhibition show grounds. The 293-room four-star property offers 15 conference rooms.

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