HNH Hospitality Group expands its portfolio with three new structures in the Veneto area.
The operation entails inserting the Crowne Plaza Padova, the Crowne Plaza Venice East and the Best Western Air Venice, both in Quarto d’Altino, outside Venice, into the Group through an 18-year company branch rental contract signed with the Hospitality sector of the Borletti Group, which has recently acquired the properties.
“With these three new hotels – comments Luca Boccato, CEO of HNH Hospitality– our Group strengthens its presence in the Veneto, coming to Padua for the first time, and extends it offer in the MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) segment, increasing opportunities to create synergies with other structures of the Group located nearby, in particular with the Best Western Quid Venice Mestre.”
This recently acquired package brings the number of hotels in the Group to 15 and increases its offer by 410 rooms, for a total of 1743 rooms. With this acquisition, HNH plans to exceed, already during 2020, the turnover threshold of 60 million Euros, thus moving up the growth set forth by the business plan to the end of 2021.
The Crowne Plaza and Best Western brands confirm the already fruitful partnership built by HNH Hospitality with International chains such as Best Western Hotels & Resorts and IHG® (InterContinental® Hotels Group). After the recent rebranding of the Hotel Indigo Venice – Sant’Elena last April, the inauguration, under the new brand, of the Grand Hotel Des Arts in Verona, which will become Hotel Indigo Verona – Grand Hotel Des Arts, is set for next March.