Wengen, Switzerland, February 4, 2022 / TRAVELINDEX / Beaumier, the hotel group for those who are looking for an escape in a unique and authentic setting, today announced the acquisition of three hotels in Switzerland’s Alpine region of Wengen for an undisclosed amount. The three hotels are located in the center of the village with ski-in, ski-out capabilities and offer views of Jungfrau and Lauterbrunnen Valley. The acquisition is the first of its kind for the hotel group outside of France and reflects its desire to acquire quality hotels across seasonal leisure destinations throughout Europe. The pre-existing portfolio already consists of eight hotels spread across the French Alps, Provence and the Côte d’Azur.
“We are excited to bring Beaumier to Switzerland. The addition of these three hotels is a strategic next step for the continued growth in Europe and beyond,” said Eric Dardé, CEO at Beaumier. “Our aim is always to create hotels full of life and soul by anchoring them in their local culture and environment. The Zinnert family has created hotels full of heritage and we can’t wait to carry on their legacy.”
Bettina Zinnert, of Wengen Classic Hotels, said in a press note, “My goal has always been to take Wengen Classic Hotels to the next level. After the passing of my father, I realized that as a family run business, we didn’t have the resources to reach our truest potential. I am delighted that Beaumier will help bring the hotels to the top of the market and really put Wengen on the map as a destination. Beaumier is a hotel group that echoes lots of our own values and I am excited to see what is next for these properties.”
Wengen Classic Hotels’s porfolio include the Hotel Silberhorn, Hotel Wengener Hof and the Hotel Belvédère Wengen.
Besides the three recently acquired hotels in Wengen, Beaumier operates eight hotels in France: Hotel Le Val Thorens, Hotel Le Fitzroy in Val Thorens, and Hotel des 3 Vallées in Courchevel 1850 in the French Alps; Hotel L’Alpaga in Megève; and Hotel Les Roches Rouges, in Saint-Raphaël on the Cot̂e d’Azur along with Le Moulin and Le Galinier in Lourmarin and Le Capelongue in Bonnieux.
Beaumier hotels offer the opportunity to discover authentic experiences in unique destinations, where the staff embody the values of service and hospitality that has become its trademark. Choosing to stay in a Beaumier hotel means first deciding on the destination: snowcapped peaks, the rolling hills of Provence or the sun-kissed shores of the Mediterranean, where every piece of the experience conjures its own adventure and the chance to indulge in luxurious calm and to absorb the stunning nature of each place.
In addition to the three recently acquired hotels in Wengen, Beaumier operates eight hotels in France: Hot̂el Le Val Thorens, Hot̂el Le Fitzroy in Val Thorens, and Hot̂el des 3 Vallées in Courchevel 1850 in the French Alps; Hot̂el L”Alpaga in Megève; and Hot̂el Les Roches Rouges, in Saint-Raphaël on the Cot̂e d’Azur along with Le Moulin and Le Galinier in Lourmarin and Le Capelongue in Bonnieux.
First published at TravelCommunication.net – Global Travel News