Scandinavia is an economically strong region with fascinating landscapes and therefore predestined for both business and holiday travel. The best conditions for a broadly diversified hotel market. These three Scandinavian companies (also) invest in hotels. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Hotel Investors Europe – List of the largest hospitality real estate buyers.
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1. Pandox AB
Stockholm-based Pandox is a leading Scandinavian hotel investor and operator. The hotel portfolio comprises 156 properties with approximately 35,000 rooms in 15 countries. The focus is on large hotels in sought-after business and holiday destinations. Pandox uses different models for the management contract, for example a lease agreement. In Germany alone, Pandox is involved in 38 hotels. They are managed under well-known brands such as Leonardo, Maritim, Radisson Blu or Dorint.
2. Hospitality Invest
Hospitality Invest’s origins in Oslo date back to the 1990s. Today, the Norwegian privately owned investment company engages in four business segments: Hotels & Resorts, Other Real Estate, Care Services and Human Resources Services. In the hotel segment, Hospitality Invest focuses on acquiring and operating properties in Norway and Sweden. Areas covered: Business hotels as well as tourist hotels in Nordic holiday destinations.
3. CapMan Real Estate
Helsinki-based CapMan is a Finnish investment and asset management company that engages in three areas: private equity, real estate and infrastructure investments. CapMan Real Estate looks after the real estate business with 2.5 billion euros of assets under management. Real estate funds are launched for this purpose, including hotel funds – for example the CapMan Hotels II Fund. The fund’s assets comprise 29 hotels, mainly in Finland, which are let long-term to tenants with strong credit ratings.
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