Arcotel Allegra in Zagreb is closing its doors

first_imgBack in 2003, the ARCOTEL Allegra hotel was opened in the center of Zagreb, and now, 15 years later, at the end of December 2017, the lease agreement at the Branimir Center expires. ARCOTEL Hotels Group tried to extend the lease agreement, but it did not materialize, so this 150-room hotel closes its doors on December 31, and until then it will operate in full.”We as a hotel group wanted to continue working with this hotel. We believe in the destination and we are interested in new hotel projects in Zagreb“, Explains Martin Lachout, CEO of ARCOTEL Hotel AG.The ARCOTEL Group is positioned in the business and city hotel segment with currently 11 hotels in Austria, Germany and Croatia. In August 2017, the third hotel in Vienna, ARCOTEL Donauzentrum, was opened. The family-owned company, founded in 1989 in Vienna, attaches great importance to a personal and individual environment with an international standard and top quality, and the group employs more than 850 satisfied employees.”ARCOTEL Allegra has grown in my heart and I have many fond memories of this hotel. We would like to thank all our guests, clients, business partners and companions”, Concludes Dr. Renate Wimmer, owner of the ARCOTEL group.last_img read more

Argos Slip to Third Place Finish at UNA Spring Classic

first_img Share Argos Slip to Third Place Finish at UNA Spring Classic April 3, 2007MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. – The No. 1 team in the NCAA II, West Florida, sailed into today’s final round ahead of the 22 team field at the UNA Spring Classic in Muscle Shoals, Ala. They were four strokes ahead of 16th ranked Abilene Christian, but a 307 today prevented the Argonauts from capturing their third championship of the 2006-07 season. Twenty-first ranked Central Oklahoma snuck in to win the title with a final round, 298.Central Oklahoma finished with a 589 (291-298) in the 36 hole tournament. Mitch Boles of Central Oklahoma took home the individual title with a 138, +4 (65-73). Host school and 12th ranked North Alabama was one stroke behind Central Oklahoma with a 590 (290-300). West Florida shot a 593 (286-307). They finished in a tie with Abilene Christian, one shot up on third ranked St. Edward’s, two shots ahead of 13th ranked Lynn and St. Mary’s.The Argos place three golfer in a tie for 15th place. Matthew Galloway (70-78), David Lingmerth (71-77), and Matthew Berzovich (73-75) all finished with a 148, +4. Leonardo Di Marino shot a 149, +5 (72-77), and finished in a tie for 22nd. He was tied for second in total birdies with nine. Federico Damus finished in a tie for 67th place with a 158, +14 (75-83).The Argos shot a field best +10 on par fours. They also had the third highest total of birdies with 28. The tournament was played at the par-72, 7,126 yard RTJ Fighting Joe course. West Florida prepares to defend their GSC Championship on April 23-24 in Hot Springs, ArkPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Hogan says strong Tipp team is a statement of intent

first_imgTipp FM will bring you full live coverage of tomorrow’s game at Parnell Park in association with Lodge Security Nenagh with the pre-match build up beginning at quarter to two.Ken, who worked with the Tipp goalkeepers during last year’s season, is confident the Tipp team can come away with two points: The Tipperary Senior Hurlers will begin their league campaign tomorrow when they take on Dublin in Parnell Park. Eamon O’Shea has named a strong Tipp team to line out in tomorrow’s League opener. Seven All-Stars from last year all take their place amongst the starting fifteen, including a hurling league debut for Joe O’Dwyer from Killenaule.last_img read more