Mainz/Hamburg, 8th February 2017
NOVUM Hotel Group to develop dual project in Mainz
- Lifestyle Hotel and Serviced Apartments
- 180 rooms and 99 apartments
- Opening scheduled for autumn 2019
Multi-use developments are considered to be a highlight in the development of hotels: A further dual project of the NOVUM Hotel Group is now being developed in Mainz – a NOVUM Style Hotel with 180 rooms and a NOVUM LikeApart Hotel with 99 apartments. This new-build project is realised in cooperation with Soini GmbH and the Hamburg-based Peter Möhrle Holding and is scheduled to open in autumn 2019.
‘Following the dual project in Stuttgart, we have now selected another excellent location with a promising concept in the vicinity of the Mainz main railway station in the Rhine-Main area, which is becoming increasingly attractive travel destination,’ comments David Etmenan, Managing Partner of the NOVUM Group. A long-term tenancy agreement has recently been signed for the development project at the Mombacher Straße 6.
Mainz as a hotel location is considered to be an aspiring area. Well-known businesses such as Schott AG, the renowned Johannes-Gutenberg University, and the excellent university hospital as well as institutions such as the ZDF television company contribute to Mainz’s prospering economic structure and attract people from far and wide, not least because of the unique lifestyle of the Old Town of Mainz. The number of overnight stays has recently increased by nearly five per cent. At the same time more and more river cruise ships stop at the banks of the Rhine.
‘Following our successfully placed hotel development in Heidelberg, we remain true not only to this region but also to our guiding principle, according to which we only face continuously new challenges in cooperation with top class partners: Mainz, we can’t wait!’ announces Oliver Soini, Managing Partner of SOINI – a property development group.
The development project in Mainz is yet another pin in the map of the NOVUM Group hotels in the Rhine-Main area, with hotels in Frankfurt/Main (3), Wiesbaden (1), and Russelsheim (1). The family-managed hotel group operates currently 128 hotels (including development projects) with altogether about 13,800 rooms throughout Europe.