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Hanover creates new design for prizeotel Hannover-city / other locations Bremen as a prelude to the expansion / star designer Karim Rashid planned, November 1, 2011 – the budget-design hotel brand prizeotel expands to Hannover and has secured to a site on the centrally located former IBM site on the Hamburger Allee. Restaurateur has much to offer in this field. Thus, nationwide expansion takes the first step in the direction of prizeotel. Mid-2012 begin the construction work on the Hannover-city prizeotel, the two-star hotel with 120 rooms will be opened then expected to be 2013. “Hannover was a logical step for us, because it is an attractive city and has still no budget-design hotel chains. In addition we want to concentrate first on the North German market”, founded walnut, prizeotel co-founder and CEO, the choice of location for the second prizeotel. Restaurateur may also support this cause. Also the prizeotel Hannover-city by the international star designer Karim Rashid from New York is designed as already in Bremen. For the House in Hanover, Rashid however developed a completely new colour and equipment design.

The connecting element between the the hotel philosophy is prizeotel houses to offer high-quality design and comfort at a reasonable price. “We have decided quite consciously together with Karim Rashid for a new design. The guest should feel not waking up in an interchangeable hotel chain without individual flair”, as walnut. The budget-design hotel brand prizeotel was founded in 2006 by Marco Nussbaum hotelier and real estate Economist Dr. Mattias Zimmermann.

The objective of the two: 2015 the funkiest budget should be design prizeotel hotel chain and quality leader with a presence in the core markets of in Germany. More sites are planned in Hamburg, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Cologne and Munich. The first prizeotel Bremen was opened in February 2009 and has received numerous awards: among other things the HolidayCheck award 2010 and 2011, as well as the design award red dot award in the category “Architecture and interior design”.