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Cox and Kings owned Meininger signs contract for a hotel in Reykjavik

Cox and Kings owned, Meininger hotel group has inked an agreement for a hotel in Reykjavik. The property is located on Vesturbaer district in Reykjavik, which is close to the city centre and the Harpa concert hall. The opening is scheduled for the second quarter of 2020. The Meininger Hotel will be accommodated in the iconic JL House, a famous 1940s warehouse, and will be completely modernized to meet Meininger’s latest standards.

The hotel will have a gross floor area of 5,500 square meters. The 122 rooms and 442 beds will be spread over 5 floors. The room types will range from classic double rooms to private multi-bed-rooms through to a bed in a dorm. The public areas such as reception, lobby, lounge, bar and breakfast room as well as the guest kitchen and games zone, which are typical features of a Meininger, will be located on the ground floor of the building. The interior design of the hotel will be based on an individual theme specific to the local area.

Cox and Kings is engaged in providing travel management solutions. Its services include destination management, outbound tourism, business travel, insurance and conference solutions. The firm also offers domestic holidays, trade fairs, foreign exchange and insurance.

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