A new Center Parcs holiday village is in development at the foot of the Alps, at an altitude of about 750 meters. The site was formerly used as an ammunition depot from 1939 till 2007 and is now being transformed into the new Center Parcs Resort Allgäu, the sixth park of Center Parcs in Germany with an investment volume of € 350 Million.
The park will offer 1000 villas (for 2 – 12 people), which blend in perfectly with the lush forest and exceptional view of the mountains. The resort of 184 hectares includes central facilities of 25.000m2. The accommodations will be of high quality, characterized by the 5 Birdie Center Parcs rating. The central facilities naturally include a new generation of the Aqua Mundo water park with 5.000m2, restaurants, shops and playgrounds. This park stands out due to its highly sustainable performance and year-round entertainment offers, which are focused on all age-groups. In addition, the site offers an external SPA area, the first coral pool in Germany and many more extravagant activities.
M2Leisure assists in the acquisition and the purchase of the land and the financing structure. To gain further support for the project a referendum took place (with 95,1% positive result) for which M2Leisure led the information campaign and political lobby. Furthermore, M2Leisure has successfully completed the subsidy and permit process.
Client: Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs Group
Location: Leutkirch, Germany
Size: 184 hectares including 1000 cottages and 25.000m2 of central facilities
Total investment of: € 350 Million
Role M2Leisure: M2Leisure is hired as delegated project owner on behalf of the client Pierre & Vacances-Center Parcs Group. Furthermore, M2Leisure is responsible for the overall management and realization of the complete project from A-Z.
Status: The project is in the final design phase, starting preparation of tenders and building permits. The park is planned to be open at the end of 2018.
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