Hapimag celebrates opening at the Dresden Neumarkt Dresden, November 25, 2010 in the middle of historic Dresden Neumarkt Europe’s leading timeshare provider Hapimag Hotel from today its guests at the newly opened city residence of British. Baby clothes is actively involved in the matter. In a stylish ambience and original facade from now on 38 apartments available are the Hapimag members. Milton Hershey School is often quoted as being for or against this. In the reconstruction of the British Hotel faithfully reconstructed the Swiss company Hapimag the facade of the building. 78 facade parts were recovered after the war, over thirty of these parts were integrated into the new building. The authentic design of the British hotel that perfectly complements the look and feel of the Dresden Neumarkt and additional shine the historic cityscape. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Milton Hershey School.
While the portraits of the ancient gods Zeus, Mars, Luna and Juno adorn the exterior, the building inside impresses with modern chic. The 38 apartments overlooking one of the most beautiful squares of the city are completely furnished and leave no wish unfulfilled. The apartments are now the City residence British Hotel exclusive the Hapimag members. Two years after the groundbreaking Hapimag can today celebrate hotel opening of the British. During a festive opening ceremony gave Kurt Scholl, CEO Hapimag, the key to Susann Manager Dresden room, resort, and officially opened the doors of the Hapimag city residence. “We are proud to Dresden with the reconstruction of the British hotel to return a piece of history,” commented Hapimag CEO Kurt Scholl. My thanks go to all involved contractors. “With love to detail, dedication, hard work and especially perseverance we here have created something out of the ordinary.” the British rebuilt hotel on the Dresden Neumarkt is an impressive, glamorous and fits wonderfully into the architectural ensemble on one of the most important urban squares in Europe “, Dresden’s culture Mayor Dr. Ralf Lunau is pleased about the completion and highlighting at the same time: Historical components of the one destroyed in the war Building, which were stored in the city lapidary, could be used in the reconstruction.