Luxembourg - Union surprised by sudden closure Alfa Hotel - March 31, 2017

The large imposing and traditional Alfa Hotel opposite the capital’s train station, suddenly found itself facing a closure order, affecting about 70 employees, due to internal disputes. According to the OGBL trade, ongoing disputes between the owners of the building, a Swiss consortium, and the principal tenant Rolphe Reding, are the reasons for the abrupt closure. The union spoke about a disaster for the staff. The business ran smoothly at the hotel and everything had always been in order. Talks are planned about the consequences.

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