On Friday 15 June 2018 in Luxembourg, the Minister of economy, Francine Closener, presented the data of the tourist investment project worth €50 million, which will create 50 jobs; the project involves the creation of a tourist and entertainment area around lake Weiswampach in a hotel and cottages in a holiday village.
The Ministry of the Economy, the municipality of Weiswampach and the Lamy Group have worked closely together to create a real tourist resort on the site of the Weiswampach Lakes.
Secretary of State Closener said “This project of tourism and an ecological leisure area fits perfectly into the natural environment along the two lakes. The project is aligned with our strategic vision for the development of the “Tourism 2022″ sector. Such quality tourist infrastructures allow us to retain visitors and offer them an enriching stay in an authentic natural setting”.
The Lamy Group, which has been managing holiday parks with holiday homes for more than 40 years, is behind the “SUNEO PARK Luxembourg” project which will be carried out in collaboration with the Philippe Valentiny planning and architecture office and will be the first investment of this type in Luxembourg.
In collaboration with the municipality of Weiswampach and with the support of the Ministry of Economy, the Lamy Group has developed a comprehensive offer of leisure and accommodation on an area of 20 hectares. The project includes a holiday village comprising 100 cottages, as well as a 91-room 4-star hotel complex (70 rooms, 16 studios, 5 suites; also with a wellness centre and 900 m2 sports facilities; also 600 m2 for business conferences and seminars), all designed according to green building principles aimed at reducing energy needs. In addition to these accommodation infrastructures, the site will offer recreational activities and sports centred on water and nature that will be accessible to the general public. A Cable Park will have a 600m water skiing and wakeboarding facility, and an Aqua Park will have water slides, etc.; and the Adventure Park in the forests will have an aerial adventure facility plus a BBQ area.
LAMY Group Managing Director Jordan Lamy said: “The site around the Weiswampach Lakes has strong potential for local tourism thanks to its environmental quality and its location close to the Belgian and German borders. It is a privileged place to install ecological and contemporary tourist accommodation integrating into the natural site.”