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Premier Hospitality International 2.1

Written by Roma Publications

Premier Hospitality International 2.1

Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality International.

In this month’s issue we take a look at the Ritz-Carlton Berlin; we check out Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere; and we explore Hôtel Martinez in Cannes.

The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin is nestled within the fascinating and controversial history of Berlin and is both homage to the Golden Twenties and a witness of transformation. The building on Potsdamer Platz brings together times long past with the dynamic present, inviting guests to interesting encounters, culinary journeys and a convivial atmosphere.

Thanks to a 40 million euro renovation, the hotel is now entering a new era of elegance through refreshed guestrooms and suites, conference, wellness, lobby and lounge areas and the addition of POTS, a new restaurant. Each space evokes a vision of Berlin in the 1920s, with guests encountering creative details and thoughtful references to the golden era of German cinema.

Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere opened on 30 April 2019, marking the Andaz brand’s entry into Austria. Located in the new Quartier Belvedere, the property is the fourth Andaz branded hotel in Europe, joining Andaz London Liverpool Street, Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht and the recently opened Andaz Munich Schwabinger Tor.

The Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere breaths and lives Viennese culture and a way of life. The hotel has 303 luxurious urban guestrooms, including 44 suites.

The iconic Hôtel Martinez is one of the most recognisable hotels on the French Riviera, rich in culture and history.

The landmark destination, originally constructed in the 1930s, has played host to some of the world’s most distinguished guests. In May 2018, the hotel reopened as part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt, following major renovations and a complete redesign.

The new look, which was overseen by Parisian architect Pierre-Yves Rochon, combines the hotel’s original Art Deco style, with contemporary, chic design that takes inspiration from the colours of the French Riviera and the Mediterranean way of life.

With all this and more, join us as we explore the impressive construction projects that continue to shape landscapes around the globe. Go well!

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