Orbis Hotel Group, strategic partner of AccorHotels – world-leading travel & lifestyle group – in Eastern Europe continues its dynamic expansion in Romania by signing a management contract for ibis Politehnica Hotel in Bucharest with its partner and investor Novum Business Services SRL.
“ibis is the world leading economy brand that perfectly fits this location because it’s close – on the one hand, to the biggest student center in Romania and – on the other hand, to a vibrant business district in Bucharest. By joining the ibis network this property will perfectly stick to our investment ambitions,” said Adrian Gheorghe from Novum Business Services SRL.
ibis Bucharest Politehnica is expected to be open in 3Q 2020, offering 160 rooms, restaurant, bar, conference facilities as well as own parking on site.
The newly-built hotel will be located in the center-west part of the capital, identifying itself with the Orhideea area, the Basarab Passage and the surroundings of the Grozăveşti metro stations, Petrache Poenaru and Politehnica, forming the future office center of Bucharest.
“With the opening of ibis Bucharest Politehnica we are further developing the existing AccorHotels portfolio, consisting of 11 properties currently in Romania, having a strong pipeline for the years to come in the capital, as well as in key regional cities across the country,” stated Frank Reul, Head of Development of Orbis & AccorHotels in Eastern Europe.
The hotel will be next to the largest Politehnica University in Romania (UPB), welcoming students from all around the country and the world for more than 200 years, organizing several international events connected with the field of the University. ibis Bucharest Politehnica will be just on the right hand side from the main entrance in the Campus from Splaiul Independentei.
ibis is AccorHotels’ economy brand, guaranteeing comfort and a quality service at the best price. Created in 1974, ibis is now the European leader in budget hotels, and the 4th largest worldwide in its category with more than 1,000 hotels and 145,000 rooms in 67 countries.