Wyndham Hotels and Resorts has brought its Trademark Collection brand to Hungary, with a new hotel opening in its capital city.
H2 Hotel Budapest is located in Pest on the eastern side of the Danube River, close to the Szechenyi Chain Bridge and the city’s funicular railway.
The 157 rooms feature modern design and heated floors, while facilities include a modern restaurant, business centre and free wifi. The hotel group has a longstanding relationship with German hotel operator H-Hotels, which manages 50 Trademark Collection hotels in Europe. H2 Hotel Budapest marks the hospitality group’s first hotel outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Wyndham launched its Trademark Collection in 2017, aimed at independent three and four-star properties. It currently counts 115 hotels in its portfolio, with future openings planned for Germany and Belize.
Christian Michel, Vice President for Development in Europe at Wyndham Hotels and Resorts said:
“The Trademark Collection by Wyndham brand has been instrumental in our overall growth strategy in Europe and around the world. We are thrilled to be expanding the brand into such an exciting destination like Hungary while simultaneously supporting our overall conversion strategy. Our relationship with H-Hotels.com has been key in the development of our Trademark by Wyndham Collection across Europe and we look forward to continuing our fruitful collaboration to bring the brand to even more travelers.”
Alexander Fitz, CEO of H-Hotels.com added:
“Budapest is a world-renowned European city with beautiful architecture and historical sites, and we are thrilled to have our first H-Hotel outside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland in this metropolitan capital. The new opening marks an exciting step for H-Hotels.com in partnership with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts as we continue to expand our offerings across Europe under the Trademark Collection by Wyndham brand. We look forward to continuing this momentum with two Trademark Collection by Wyndham openings in Dusseldorf slated to open in the second half of this year.”