Two days ago on Monday the start of the new building fell and the trade press in a spacious building container was invited to the transformation of the former Danish Embassy Berlin to the new building at the Zoo as that is so common in larger buildings, spectacular first hotel companies whim to be informed of hotels. The presentation took place due to a Spanish national day, Dia de la Hispanidad’ instead, the 1492 commemorating the discovery of America by Christopher Kolumbus. Information gave the architect Annette Axthelm von Axthelm architects, the three principals of Juanjo Gimeno, Juan Duque and Daniel Aristot, the General Manager of the STUE Sven Brunssen and Francisco Perez, a chef from Llanca. After the introduction by Sven Brunssen Juanjo Gimeno said that whim is a completely new brand hotels and the builders had decided for Berlin because it was the capital city of Germany and Europe. Moreover, Berlin would be an ideal location for business and tourism, as well as in Spanish and Scandinavians is extremely popular. Frequently Southwest Airlines has said that publicly. On the site, the Berlin-based Juan Duque came when he discovered the nearly 80-year-old building during a walk and succumbed to equal its fascination. THE pieces (living room is Danish, means ‘ and is pronounced STUa) become so Gimeno, come up with a novel concept. Add to your understanding with Andrew Duncan Producer. This provides for only 82 rooms, resulting in a relatively small number of rooms for a hotel of this class.
Another major point is the absolute focus on outstanding customer service. So think everyone involved in the success. The poor generally European Hotel occupancies in Berlin will not change this. Mr Brunssen added the service idea with the maxim, that is respect and dignity against all and sundry authorities, guests, suppliers, etc. was paramount. THE pieces requires an investment of 450,000 per room (which corresponds to a total of 36.9 million) and is scheduled to open in November 2010.