Hotel Alexander Plaza | Berlin

The Hotel Alexander Plaza Berlin is a privately run first-class hotel. With its central but quiet situation in historic Rosenstrasse between Alexanderplatz and Hackescher Markt it offers the ideal base for a visit. Guests can enjoy the peace and quiet of a relaxing stay as well as the proximity of many important places. Both business travellers and individual tourists appreciate the convenience of being only a few minutes’ walk away from numerous companies and institutions as well as a great number of Berlin’s landmarks. The hotel building itself looks back on a history of 100 years and its grand 19th century premises form an impressive contrast to its modern interior design with warm colours and fine woods.

Hotel Hackescher Markt | Berlin

The privately run hotel is situated at “Hackescher Markt” right in the lively centre of Berlin. In the neighbourhood you find lots of shops, bars, galleries and restaurants. The rooms are affectionately arranged and offer the highest comfort. The bar combines classy atmosphere and traditional hospitalit in the heart of Berlin.

Classik Hotel Magdeburg |

The Classic Hotel, opened in 1993 and renovated over the past few years, is situated idyllically in the south of Magdeburg. Just six kilometres from the city centre and main station it is well connected to Magdeburg Airport and the autobahn Dresden-Magdeburg. The 3-star hotel (according to the official hotel classification system in Germany) has 109 rooms, a restaurant with 70 and a beer garden with 32 seats. The guests are provided with a fireplace lobby, a bar and a leisure area with fitness room, solarium and sauna. An underground garage with 22 car parks and 95 above-ground car parks are available for travellers. Five air-conditioned conference and banquet rooms offer appropriate requirements for events, family celebrations and seminars. The hotel is operated by Classik Hotel & Touristik GmbH, an experienced hotel operating company that is also managing the Classik Hotel Alexander Plaza in Berlin, the Landhotel Martinshof in Munich and the Brücker Sportpark Hotel in Cologne.

Landhotel Martinshof | München

This unique and rustic-elegant Boutique-Hotel with its old-time charme is situated within only 900 m distance to the Munich fairground „Messe München” in Riem. Landhotel Martinshof combines original impressions from Bavaria with all benefits of a good location in a touristic metropolis of economic strength in Germany. Landhotel Martinshof is connected to highways A99 and A94 and thus to all regional roads and within 30 minutes you travel by public transport from and to Munich Airport.

H+ Hotel | Köln Hürth

This hotel, opened in 1993, is situated in Hürth, only 8.5 km to the city centre of Cologne, the cathedral Cologne Dome and Main Station. Hürth is connected to the public transport of Cologne and the International Cologne-Bonn Airport is only 22 km away. The Hotel is located on the „Theresienhöhe” right in the city centre, next to the town hall and close to the well-known shopping centre „Hürth Park“. The 4-star hotel (according to the official hotel classification system in Germany) was extensively refurbished in 2008 and provides 165 rooms. Parking spaces are offered in the underground parking lot (26 places) and in the outdoor area (123 places). The hotel's restaurant accommodates 140 seats plus a terrace with another 80 seats. Furthermore there is a bar with 35 seats, eight air-conditioned conference and banquet rooms and a leisure area with fitness room, solarium, steam bath and sauna facilities.

Hopper Hotel St. Antonius | Köln

EA building whose history has always been rooted in hospitality has once again become an international meeting point: the Hopper St. Antonius premises were built in 1904 by the Kolping brotherhood and were dedicated to holy St. Anthony in 1905. Until a few years ago the "Antoniushaus”, as it was known, was one of the largest and most modern Kolping houses for wandering journeymen. The life as a journeyman "on the road” became more and more rare in times of technical and social change prompting the Kolping organisation to close Antoniushaus in 1997. At the end of 1997 the planning started for the extensive conversion and restructuring of the building, which was never fully restored to its original state since the damage it suffered during the war. Today the original crow-stepped gable can be admired in its full glory and every lattice window has been completely restored with the same care used in preserving monuments. At different points within the building glimpses of the original structure are also visible. For instance, the “Mettlach slabs” and the restored vaulting in today's restaurant reflect the hospitable charm of the old dining room.