DORMERO HOHO WIEN
DORMERO wins contract for hotel at HoHo Vienna
The young German hotel chain DORMERO leases the HoHo Hotel in the lakeside town of Aspern in the 22nd district of Donaustadt in Vienna. The entry of the German hotel chain DORMERO, founded in 2013, into Austria's capital could hardly have started better.
DORMERO Board member Marcus Maximilian Wöhrl, DBA, is enthusiastic: "We are proud that this unique project has been placed in the hands of our young and innovative hotel group. Already in the first conversation with Günter Kerbler we convinced with our vision of a cosmopolitan and relaxed hotel concept at the gates of Vienna. I'm looking forward to the opening and the exciting years ahead." The HoHo Hotel, the serviced apartments for short-term tenants and the restaurant will open in November 2020 and complete the sophisticated usage concept of the HoHo Vienna. "I am sure that with DORMERO we have won the perfect partner for many exceptional hotel ideas. The youthful atmosphere of this up-and-coming group perfectly complements the motto of our in-house concept - 'It's closing time and nobody wants to go home'. The HoHo Wien is just different," says owner and builder Günter Kerbler.
Move-in during 2021
After completion of the final construction phase, the DORMERO HoHo Vienna will open in November 2020. The hotel and serviced apartments are located on floors nine to twenty-two and have 143 rooms in various categories. The view reaches on one side almost to the city of Vienna and on the other side over the green vastness of the outskirts of Vienna. The HoHo restaurant on the ground floor with a view of the lake is part of the hotel, but also offers space for external guests to eat. The seminar area on the 15th floor is also unique. Floor of the HoHo Wien. The U2 station Seestadt is right in front of the door and in less than 25 minutes you can get from the green periphery to the city centre of Vienna.
DORMERO Managing Director Manuela Halm is convinced: "It's great that our first property in Austria is such a lighthouse project and it also makes us proud that six years after our foundation we are now also represented in Vienna". With regard to the recently opened DORMERO Hotel Zurich she adds: "Austria and Switzerland are now our new core markets and here we are striving to become the largest group."
Statement for Innovation & Sustainability
The HoHo Wien is not only a high-rise building with 75% wood, it also makes a clear statement for innovation and sustainability. The timber construction saves around 2,800 tonnes of CO equivalents compared to a reinforced concrete version. This corresponds to approx. 20 million car kilometres or 1,300 years of a daily car journey of 40 kilometres. The highest wooden high-rise in the world grew back in just one hour and 17 minutes in the forests of Austria, which is exemplary when you consider that the wooden atmosphere has a proven* positive effect on quality of life, personal experience and health. All areas of use - restaurant, health, beauty, wellness, business, hotel and apartment - have their common denominator in the pure spatial experience of wood.
Manuela Halm, CEO and responsible for development at DORMERO, sees another milestone in the growth of the hotel chain reached: "DORMERO has stood for something different for years - with the world's first wooden high-rise hotel, we are once again taking on a pioneering role here."