Edition 40/2015
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the Hamburg hotel market is booming. According to the Hamburg Tourism Board, international investors will be investing more than one billion euro in the next few years to erect 31 new hotels with 4,800 beds. While investors focused on low-budget accommodation in past years, they are now investing into middle-class hotels and houses for the discerning guest. Following the opening of Reichshof Hamburg Curio by Hilton, this month will also see the RAMADA Hotel Hamburg City Centre and the Hapimag Resort Hamburg opening their doors to guests.

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