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Europa-Park celebrates completion of newest adventure-hotel ‘Krønasår'
POSTED 02 Jul 2018 . BY Megan Whitby
The project is Europa-Park’s biggest ever investment
Germany's Europa-Park has completed the construction of its new museum-hotel ‘Krønasår’, which is due to be opened in the first quarter of next year.

This is the sixth adventure hotel in Europa-Park's collection, with the new 304-bedroom hotel themed after a Nordic natural history museum. It will form a major part of Europa-Park’s new water world construction, ‘Rulantica’, which is due to open in late 2019. A pedestrian bridge will connect the two, allowing hotel ‘Krønasår’ guests direct access to the water park.

“The expansion to our overall offer, as well as the realisation of this unique themed water world, are an important step in securing this location," said Thomas Mack, managing partner of Europa-Park. "In addition, we are creating around 550 new jobs, of which approximately 250 are accounted for by the Krønasår adventure hotel”.

In ‘Krønasår’ guests can select from four new catering experiences. This includes ‘Tre Krønen’- which will be the hotel’s fine dining experience, ‘Bubba Svens’ restaurant, ‘Bar Erikssøn’ and ‘Café Konditori’.

The project is currently Europa-Park’s biggest ever investment, opening up countless new opportunities for the operator. The entire Nordic project will provide guests with a seven-story hotel and 25 brand new attractions which, according to Europa-Park, will “guarantee memorable adventures for the whole family from late 2019”.
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Krønasår adventure hotel promises 250 new jobs Credit: Michael Thoma
This is the sixth adventure hotel in Europa-Park's collection, with the new 304-bedroom hotel themed after a Nordic natural history museum
Europa-Park's owners, the Mack family, conducted a topping-out ceremony to celebrate the hotel's completion Credit: Olaf Michel
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Europa-Park celebrates completion of newest adventure-hotel ‘Krønasår'
POSTED 02 Jul 2018 . BY Megan Whitby
The project is Europa-Park’s biggest ever investment
Germany's Europa-Park has completed the construction of its new museum-hotel ‘Krønasår’, which is due to be opened in the first quarter of next year.

This is the sixth adventure hotel in Europa-Park's collection, with the new 304-bedroom hotel themed after a Nordic natural history museum. It will form a major part of Europa-Park’s new water world construction, ‘Rulantica’, which is due to open in late 2019. A pedestrian bridge will connect the two, allowing hotel ‘Krønasår’ guests direct access to the water park.

“The expansion to our overall offer, as well as the realisation of this unique themed water world, are an important step in securing this location," said Thomas Mack, managing partner of Europa-Park. "In addition, we are creating around 550 new jobs, of which approximately 250 are accounted for by the Krønasår adventure hotel”.

In ‘Krønasår’ guests can select from four new catering experiences. This includes ‘Tre Krønen’- which will be the hotel’s fine dining experience, ‘Bubba Svens’ restaurant, ‘Bar Erikssøn’ and ‘Café Konditori’.

The project is currently Europa-Park’s biggest ever investment, opening up countless new opportunities for the operator. The entire Nordic project will provide guests with a seven-story hotel and 25 brand new attractions which, according to Europa-Park, will “guarantee memorable adventures for the whole family from late 2019”.
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Krønasår adventure hotel promises 250 new jobs Credit: Michael Thoma
This is the sixth adventure hotel in Europa-Park's collection, with the new 304-bedroom hotel themed after a Nordic natural history museum
Europa-Park's owners, the Mack family, conducted a topping-out ceremony to celebrate the hotel's completion Credit: Olaf Michel
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