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Hotels9/9/2021

Austrian leisure hotels increasingly in the focus of investors, more hotels on the market

Vienna. While city tourism is still experiencing low demand due to the pandemic, the signs are good for a strong summer season in many holiday regions in Austria. This has also been observed by investors, who are increasingly interested in this asset class. With the hotels "Aldiana Club Ampflwang" and "Aldiana Club Salzkammergut", hotel real estate specialist Christie & Co is bringing two sought-after leisure properties to the market.

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Hotels9/2/2021

Christie & Co successfully places new tenant for hotel in Wroclaw, Poland

Wroclaw. Sofitel becomes Wyndham. Christie & Co has found a new tenant for the former Sofitel on the main square with Mogotel, who will operate the hotel in Wroclaw's city centre under the Wyndham brand. For the Latvian operator Mogotel, it is the first hotel in Poland.

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Hotels8/31/2021

Christie & Co sold Castle Groß Plasten

Groß Plasten. The hotel real estate expert Christie & Co sold the historic castle hotel in Mecklenburger-Western Pomerania in an attractive location close to Waren and the Müritz. The new owner is expected to operate the property as a medical facility.

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Hotels7/12/2021

Christie & Co sells Mountain Boutique Hotel “der grüne Baum” in Ehrwald to g²hotels

Ehrwald. The “der grüne Baum Mountain Boutique Hotel” in the Austrian Zugspitze region has a new owner thanks to Christie & Co. g²hotels, a German hotel operator, is taking over the hotel from the Mitterhuber family.

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Hotels7/6/2021

Hotel investment market Austria: transactions are picking up significantly

Vienna. After a slowed down transaction year 2020, which ultimately found a conciliatory end, the first half of 2021 already records significantly more activity on the market. While an overall hotel investment volume of around EUR 280 million was achieved in 2020, the figure for this year has already reached over EUR 110 million, according to hotel real estate expert Christie & Co.

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Hotels7/5/2021

New Christie & Co report: “Spanish Hotel Market – Resort Destinations”

Barcelona. International hotel property adviser, Christie & Co, has published its annual report “Spanish Hotel Market - Resort Destinations”, with an analysis of the main Spanish resort destinations on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts (including Balearic Islands and Canary Islands) and reviews the trends developed up to 2019 as well as the impact of Covid-19 in 2020.

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Hotels6/23/2021

The Nordics are in a strong position for the hotel market KPIs to rebound once the pandemic is controlled

Helsinki. Christie & Co, international hotel property adviser, releases its analysis of the Nordic hotel market 2020, which denotes the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic to the capitals Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm.

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Hotels5/10/2021

Hotel Market Germany 2020: a year of turbulence for the hotel industry

Berlin/Frankfurt/Munich. All of Germany’s Top cities suffered significantly in 2020, according to KPI growth. Hotel real estate specialist Christie & Co reviews an eventful year in Germany's 6 key hotel markets Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne and Dusseldorf.

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Hotels4/9/2021

Christie & Co announces sale of Sporthotel Fontana to Auszeit Hotel & Resort AG

Fieberbrunn. Sporthotel Fontana, located directly at the valley station to the surrounding ski areas Saalbach Hinterglemm /Leogang /Fieberbrunn, now has a new owner thanks to Christie & Co. Auszeit Hotel & Resort AG, a developer of hotel and vacation properties in Germany and Austria, is taking over the hotel from the Verkehrsbüro Group, Austria's largest tourism group.

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Hotels4/6/2021

Annual RevPAR performance 2020 slid by about two thirds in all Baltic States

Helsinki. Christie & Co, international hotel property adviser, releases its analysis of the Baltic hotel market 2020, which denotes the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic to the capitals Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius.

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