Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has introduced its Trademark Collection brand to Hungary with the opening of the first property in central Budapest.
The H2 Hotel Budapest is situated in Pest on the eastern side of the Danube River. It is close to several attractions, such as Széchenyi Chain Bridge, Buda Castle, and more.
The hotel joins Wyndham’s portfolio of Trademark properties in Europe.
Germany-headquartered operator H-Hotels.com is currently responsible for the management of 50 Trademark Collection hotels in key destinations in Europe.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Europe development vice-president Christian Michel 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 travellers.”
The 157-room H2 Hotel Budapest is designed to cater to the needs of both leisure and business travellers.
The property has an on-site restaurant, H2 Hub, a dedicated business centre, and offers complementary high-speed Wi-Fi and on-site parking facilities.
Wyndham launched Trademark Collection in 2017. The brand’s portfolio now has 115 hotels operating in countries such as Australia, Austria, Germany, Sint Maarten, Switzerland, the US, Mexico, Canada and Curacao.
The group opened Hotel Avenue Louise Brussels in Belgium in March.
In the second half of this year, two Trademark Collection properties will open in Dusseldorf, Germany.