The European Hockey Federation (EHF) and NH Hoteles have entered into a partnership agreement which sees NH Hoteles as the official hotel to the organisation.
Luis Alvarez, Marketing Director of NH Hoteles expressed the interest of the company in the agreement as “it opens the company a new source in the world of sport sponsorships. After our good results in the Davis Cup we have chosen this sport and the EHF as it gives us suitable knowledge in target countries for NH Hoteles such as
Leandro Negre, President of EHF expressed “his thanks to Luis Alvarez and NH Hoteles for placing their trust in EHF with this new partnership agreement” He went on to say “that this partnership agreement will be of great benefit to the Member Associations over the years ahead.”
The NH Hoteles Group (www.nh-hotels.com) ranks third in the European ranking for business hotels. NH Hoteles has more than 240 hotels with more than 35,000 rooms in 19 countries in Europe, Latin America and
NH Hoteles stands out in quality both as regards services and facilities, with very carefully thought out decoration, intended to please all tastes, uniform, and making the customer feel comfortable. NH Hoteles’ establishments offer the most advanced technologies designed to facilitate the customer’s communication as well as his work and leisure.
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