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Maritim Hotels is Germany’s largest hotel group with 33 first-class and deluxe hotels around the country, plus properties in Mauritius, Mallorca, Tenerife, Malta, Turkey, Egypt and China.
With hotels in the most convenient locations and specifically designed for the MICE market, when it comes to event facilities, no other private company in Germany can match Maritim’s collection of congress halls and meeting rooms.

Maritim Hotels offer more than 40 years of experience in managing small, medium and large pan-European and global conferences.
The opening of the Maritim Hotel Amsterdam is planned for 2020. It will become the largest conference hotel in the Netherlands.
To find out more visit the Maritim Hotels directory page, or the Maritim Hotels website direct

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25 Years of Excellence for MARITIM in the Indian Ocean

Maritim Resort & Spa, Mauritius
The 5-star Maritim Resort & Spa, Mauritius, is celebrating its 25th anniversary.  
The flagship and multi-awarded property of the German hotel chain ’Maritim Hotels’, ‘Maritim Resort & Spa Mauritius’, will celebrate its 25th anniversary on the 8th of December 2015.  A whole year of celebration will start from this date for its guests and partners who will be spoiled by dedicated events, weekly anniversary gala buffets, management cocktails and special gifts.


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New facilities and guest services at MARITIM Crystals Beach Hotel, Mauritius

Paddle boarding
To coincide with its first anniversary, the 4-star MARITIM Crystals Beach Hotel in Mauritius has introduced a number of new facilities and leisure activities for guests.  
Second heated swimming pool
For the pleasure and comfort of guests, MARITIM Crystals Beach Hotel has introduced a second heated swimming pool.  Located on the left hand side of the contemporary hotel overlooking the beautiful sandy beachfront, the pool is seven metres wide and 21 meters long.  Heated all year round, it is ideal for guests who wish to swim a few laps of the pool for gentle exercise during their stay.


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Major refurbishment complete at MARITIM Airport Hotel Hannover

MARITIM Airport Hotel Hannover newly refurbishmed bedroom
The first class deluxe MARITIM Airport Hotel Hannover has come to the end of a major refurbishment programme which has seen all areas of the property renovated, upgraded and enhanced.
To ensure that it retains its leading position within the global hotel industry, MARITIM invests in an ongoing programme of upgrade and refurbishment at its hotels which aims to set it apart from its competitors and meet the ever changing needs, desires and aspirations of its German and international guests.


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MARITIM Hotels goes from strength to strength

MARITIM proArte Hotel Berlin
MARITIM Hotels is looking positively to the future following a record year end, with an increased turnover of 450.4 million euros, up 16.4 million euros on last year.  The company’s gross operating profit reached 130.2 million euros.   This impressive growth is attributed to a number of factors; the opening of two new hotels, Hotel Galatzo in Mallorca and Crystals Beach Hotel in Mauritius, as well as significant investment towards the upgrade and modernisation of multiple properties in Germany, including Munich, Cologne, Stuttgart and Hannover.

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MARITIM Hotels to make its mark in Amsterdam

Continuing with its expansion strategy, MARITIM Hotels has announced its plans for a brand new hotel in Amsterdam.  
The 579 bedroom and suite hotel will be known at the MARITIM Hotel Amsterdam.  Located in the trendy downtown district of Overhoeks, on the banks of River IJ, the hotel promises to change the skyline of this cosmopolitan city.


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