HMS Hotel Management Services International GmbH
associated to Maritim Hotels
Amsterdamer Strasse 192
Phone: +49 (0) 221 977258-0
Fax: +49 (0) 221 977258-11
50 years' experience in the hotel industry
Maritim Hotelgesellschaft has been a key player in the hotel sector in both Germany and abroad since 1969.
Hotel Management Services International GmbH (HMS), a subsidiary of Maritim Hotels, has been dedicated to expanding the group's presence abroad since 2004. As well as supporting hotels already in operation, HMS drives forward new hotel projects abroad.
Situated on the promenade along the fine sandy beach of Naama Bay, at the heart of the bustling Egyptian resort of Sharm El Sheikh, this versatile and elegant hotel complex boasts its own private beach.
Built in 2017, the elegant Maritim Hotel Paradise Blue Albena is idyllically situated on the Bulgarian Riviera and boasts its own private beach.
The Maritim Hotel Changzhou is located at the heart of Wujin's business district, directly opposite the World Trade Center, in the south of Jiangsu province and south of the Yangtze River.
Located in the charming village of Mellieha in the north of the rural and culturally fascinating island of Malta, the exclusive Maritim Antonine Hotel & Spa boasts views over the Mediterranean sea.
Surrounded by stunning scenery, the modern and family-friendly Maritim Crystals Beach Hotel is idyllically situated on the famous white sandy beach of Palmar/Belle Mare.
Situated on the Costa de la Calma on the island's west coast between Santa Ponsa and Paguera, the Maritim Hotel Galatzó sits atop an idyllic hillside, surrounded by picturesque mountain scenery.
Currently under construction in the lively new Overhoeks district in the north of Amsterdam,
this new Maritim Hotel is set to be the largest hotel in the city.
Currently being built on a peninsula on the shores of Lake Dabie in the district of Dabie, the Maritim Hotel Stettin is situated in a natural setting around the newly built marina, yet is still within close reach of the city centre.