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With more than 120 hotels in Germany, Belgium, Cyprus, Austria and the Netherlands the GCH Hotel Group is one of the leading hotel management companies in Europe. The hotel group has over 17,500 hotel rooms and welcomes over 3 million guests every year. The hotels are operated by the GCH Hotel Group and are marketed under renowned franchise brands such as Wyndham, TRYP by Wyndham, Ramada by Wyndham, Days Inn, Radisson Blu, Best Western, Mercure, Ibis, Ibis Styles, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn.
All under one roof – the GCH Hotel Group management is made up of a team of experts from the fields of Commercial Services, Revenue & Distribution, Sales, Marketing & Digital, Central Reservation Office, Accounting & Controlling, Procurement, Human Resources, Food & Beverage, IT and Maintenance. Years of experience, quality optimisation, the willingness to continue developing and an active inquisitiveness to discover new things are the secrets of success of the continuously growing company.
The GCH Hotel Group is looking to establish long-term cooperations and to build up a base of target group specific contacts – including hotel guests, suppliers, customers and investors. They stand for continuous growth and qualitative success in hotel management. The company has celebrated great success since it was set up in 2006.
The GCH Hotel Group is one of the leading hotel management companies in Germany. The company has achieved strategic success thanks to its first-class quality management: professional exit strategies, optimisation of communication structures, standardisation of work processes and professional development are the cornerstones of the consortium’s success.
The GCH Hotel Group‘s most important resource is its first-class trained staff. The team’s know-how, expertise and personal dedication are all pivotal to the group’s success. For this reason the GCH Hotel Group makes a point of investing in the training and further development of its employees – and does so from the first level of the hierarchical pyramid all the way to the very top.