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press releases - 14 08 2020

40 hotels from 12 countries are competing for the European “Hotel Property Award 2020”

hotelforum: 40 hotels from 12 countries are competing for the European “Hotel Property Award 2020” Munich, 14 August 2020 – 40 hotels from 12 European countries have applied for this year’s “Hotel Property Award 2020”, which is to be presented on Wednesday, 7 October as part of the hybrid hotelforum conference.

press releases - 12 08 2020

<font color="c02a26">hotelforum presents the Hospitality UPGRADE Award 2020 for start-ups in cooperation with GNERATOR powered by GIRA</font>

hotelforum presents the Hospitality UPGRADE Award 2020 for start-ups in cooperation with GNERATOR powered by GIRA Five nominees will be competing with one another in a techno-pitch during the hotelforum conference held on 7 October. Applications can be submitted by 6 September.

press releases - 02 06 2020

hotelforum launches the “Hotel Property Award 2020” competition

With this competition, hotelforum targets hotels that were completed and opened in Europe between January 2019 and July 2020. This year’s competition is once again looking for new hotel concepts which reinterpret the hotel alphabet of tomorrow, influenced by the increasingly digital environment in which generations XYZ are living. With the Hotel Schgaguler from Castelrotto/Kastelruth in South Tyrol, the Schgaguler family of the same name reached across the generations, and received the ‘Hotel Property Award’ last year. We want to pay special attention to innovative hoteliers and hotel concepts in the current economic situation, which is difficult for everyone.”

press releases - 17 10 2019

hotelforum: PKF hotelexperts presents the “Hospitality Innovation Award” to the Mayor of Vienna, Dr. Michael Ludwig

Michael Widmann, Managing Director of PKF hotelexperts said: “The theme of this year’s hotelforum is the convergence of the residential and hotel worlds. There are more and more mixed forms that respond to modern living needs, such as smaller residential units, coupled with providing more services. This creates both opportunities and risks for cities – one example of this is serviced apartments. Despite all the innovations, many large cities however currently face the same problem: The rents are no longer affordable for large numbers of normal earners. This problem also exists in Vienna – but to a lesser extent than in Munich, for example. The main reason for this is the policy of subsidised housing that has been consistently pursued for around 100 years. More than 50 percent of Vienna’s tenants live in these homes. This helps create a well-balanced social structure in the city – especially since these homes are distributed relatively evenly across all of Vienna’s districts. We are awarding this year’s “Hospitality Innovation Award” to Vienna’s Mayor Dr. Michael Ludwig for the consistent continuation of this policy – who thus also receives it on behalf of his predecessors in office and the entire city of Vienna.”

articles&publications - 15 10 2019

Immobilienmanager: "Schgaguler Hotel" in Südtirol ist Hotelimmobilie des Jahres

Die Auszeichnung "Hotelimmobilie des Jahres 2019" hat dieses Jahr das Schgaguler Hotel im südtiroler Kastelruth erhalten. Der Preis wurde im Rahmen des Hotelforum-Galaabends verliehen.

articles&publications - 15 10 2019

DEAL-Magazin: EXPO REAL 2019: Stark wie die Immobilienwirtschaft

Auch wenn die Diskussion um einen möglichen Abschwung im Raum steht, erwartet die internationale Immobilienwirtschaft für 2019 ein weiteres Erfolgsjahr – und nutzt die EXPO REAL mit größerer Beteiligung denn je, um künftige Immobilienprojekte voranzutreiben. Ein Wachstumsmotor der Messe sind Technologie-Unternehmen, ein zentrales Thema bezahlbares Wohnen.

press releases - 15 10 2019

hotelforum: The Schgaguler Hotel in Castelrotto/Kastelruth, South Tyrol, is the winner of the “Hotel Property Award 2019”.

Munich, 15 October 2019 – This year’s “Hotel Property Award 2019” went to the Schgaguler Hotel in Castelrotto/Kastelruth, South Tyrol. The prize was awarded at the hotelforum gala evening held on 9 October. Andreas Martin, Managing Director of hotelforum management GmbH, said: “On the one hand, this year’s award winner has distinguished itself through its consistent stylistic implementation of the repositioning of an outdated apartment hotel concept by the architect Peter Pichler. At the same time, however, the Schgaguler family also succeeded in bringing about a change from the generation of the parents to their four children. Three of the children are responsible for the day-to-day running, whilst their eldest brother, who is a photographer, shares responsibility for the interior design of the hotel, and their parents continue to look after the holiday guests on a personal basis”.

articles&publications - 12 10 2019

AHGZ: Hotelimmobilie des Jahres Purismus in den Bergen

Das Schgaguler Hotel in den Dolomiten steht für Stil und Familientradition.

articles&publications - 05 08 2019

Architekturblatt: 51 Hotels aus 14 Ländern bewerben sich für die europäische Auszeichnung „Hotelimmobilie des Jahres 2019“

München (pm) – Für die Auszeichnung „Hotelimmobilie des Jahres 2019“, die im Rahmen der Fachveranstaltung hotelforum am Mittwoch, 9. Oktober verliehen wird, haben sich in diesem Jahr 51 Hotels aus 14 europäischen Ländern beworben. Die Teilnehmer kommen überwiegend aus der DACH-Region (Deutschland 29, Österreich 2, Schweiz 1). Mit dem Vorjahr verglichen konnte die Anzahl der anderen teilnehmenden europäischen Länder allerdings um ein weiteres Land auf insgesamt 14 Länder erhöht werden. Bewerber aus den folgenden Staaten nehmen damit am Wettbewerb teil: Dänemark, Deutschland, Frankreich, Georgien, Großbritannien, Italien, Litauen, Montenegro, Norwegen, Österreich Polen, Schweiz, Türkei und Ungarn.

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