Germain Hotels announces new hotel for 2018 - Insights

Germain Hotels announces new hotel for 2018

Building on the success of Alt Hotel Quartier DIX30, which opened its doors in 2007, Group Germain Hotels is pleased to announce the construction of a new hotel that will launch in 2018. Erected in the Square, a prime location in Quartier DIX30, the property will offer a unique accommodation experience under a brand new banner: Alt+ Hotel Quartier DIX30.

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A distinctive four-star hotel, Alt+ Hotel Quartier DIX30 will stand out thanks to its contemporary design and unique service offer: 168 spacious rooms, valet parking, room service, a gym, inspiring meeting rooms and much more. The creation of this new brand perfectly reflects the sense of innovation that continually drives the Quebec based business behind Le Germain Hotels and Alt Hotels across the country.

“For nearly 10 years we have witnessed firsthand the growing popularity of Quartier DIX30 and have also been attentive to the needs and demands of our guests,” says Christiane Germain, Co-President of Group Germain Hotels. “We are therefore convinced that the Alt+ Hotel Quartier DIX30 concept, combining spacious rooms and a number of services to enhance customer experience, will appeal to visitors.”

Located in the Square close to renowned shops such as DAVID’S TEA, Apple, hr2 and Williams-Sonoma, and surrounded by an urban park, the 15-storey building will include a restaurant on the ground floor as well as rental office space. The hotel represents a $35 million investment from Group Germain Hotels.

“We are pleased once again to welcome a property that embodies Group Germain Hotel’s spirit of innovation and know-how,” says Marilyn Cormier, General Manager of Quartier DIX30 Management L.P. “Alt+ Hotel Quartier DIX30 complements our offer by perfectly integrating with the fashion, design, gastronomy, well-being, nightlife and entertainment that make Quartier DIX30 a must-visit destination.”

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