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The Grosbusch family goes into the hotel business

More than 15 years after the relocation of the warehouse of the group specializing in the distribution of fruit and vegetables from La Cloche d’Or to Ellange, the site finds a new vocation with the opening, on Friday, of an establishment called INNSiDe.

More than 15 years after the relocation of the warehouse of the group specializing in the distribution of fruit and vegetables from La Cloche d’Or to Ellange, the site finds a new vocation with the opening, on Friday, of an establishment called INNSiDe.

(Jmh with mb) – Boosted by the development of the new business district, the Cloche d’Or continues to evolve. If for the time being the former activity zone includes office buildings and snacks, from Friday it will have a hotel. Called INNSiDe, the establishment takes place on the site where, between 1990 and 2005, the Grosbusch family warehouse existed.



The developer Flavio Becca continues the development of the Ban de Gasperich with the aim of an end of development for 2030. The new district will then accommodate 6,000 inhabitants.


Designed in collaboration with the Melià group, already present in the Grand Duchy through its hotel in Kirchberg, the new hotel offer targets business customers by focusing on local products and cuisine. Products that will, unsurprisingly, be supplied by the family business in operation since 1917.

Taken in 2018, the decision to build a 123-room hotel now faces difficulties related to the consequences of the pandemic. A challenge that René Grosbusch, questioned by our colleagues from Luxemburger Wort, sweeps away with the wave of the hand, the entrepreneur estimating “to be able to find in a short time the situation known before the crisis”.



To respond to the lack of space, several buildings in the center of the capital used by the government are preparing to be deserted by 2022. Direction Kirchberg, Cloche d’Or or Hamm. With the idea of ​​freeing up space and “creating housing”.


For this, the latter relies on the concentration, within a radius of a few hundred meters, of several tens of thousands of employees working for PwC, Deloitte or Alter Domus. Not to mention the arrival, from 2022, of certain administrations in the district, a consequence of the relocation policy initiated by the government to vacate occupied buildings in the city center.

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