Marriott's Autograph Collection adds two new German hotels

Autograph Collection

This year, Marriott International’s Autograph Collection Hotels "soft brand" will add two new properties from Roomers Hotel Group to its portfolio. Part of Gekko Group, Roomers Baden-Baden and Roomers Munich will be Autograph Collection’s third and fourth hotels in Germany, joining Gewandhaus Dresden and Hotel Am Steinplatz in Berlin.

The 130-room Roomers Baden-Baden is set to open in August with interiors by Milan-based architect Piero Lissoni in collaboration with entrepreneur Bernhard Wagener, Gekko Group. Roomers Munich, meanwhile, is slated to open in December 2016. The 281-room hotel  was designed by Amsterdam-based design firm “concrete.” 

“Germany is such an important market for today’s lifestyle traveller and to our growing collection,” John Licence, brand leader for Autograph Collection Hotels in Europe, said in a statement. 

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