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Cheap hotels: No ladies of the night and no Most Wanted posters

No, this hotel group is not frequented by “little ladies of the night,” and no – the lobby does not have the “most wanted” posters on the wall; the global hotel brand is Meininger Hotels wit

No, this hotel group is not frequented by “little ladies of the night,” and no – the lobby does not have the “most wanted” posters on the wall; the global hotel brand is Meininger Hotels with approximately 16 hotels in 10 European (and 1 American) cities and growing.


Meininger is a subsidiary of Holidaybreak Ltd., the European Education and Leisure travel group that is a subsidiary of Prometheon Holdings (UK) Ltd., part of Cox & Kings Ltd. Cox & Kings Ltd., and is listed on the National Stock Exchange, the BSE Ltd and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange. The organization has all the correct credentials so parents can relax and know that the hotel staff is professionally trained, that hotel security is on premise 24/7 and there is a General Manager, who has been corporately vetted, running the property.