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  • art hotel, germany, travel special
  • art hotel, germany, travel special
  • art hotel, germany, travel special
  • art hotel, germany, travel special

Art Hotels in Germany for an Inspiring and Relaxing Stay

July 1, 2015
Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editorial Manager.

After our selections of the only the best art hotels in the United States – particularly on the West Coast and in New York City, as well as those on the Mediterranean and with a sea view around the world, we now move on to Germany, today one of Europe’s leading countries. What are the best art hotels in Germany? Its art hotels are spread throughout the country, in cities like Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt, with the Kempinski international hotel chain leading the way. This luxury hotel group, oldest in Europe, was founded in 1897, and today it operates 75 five-star hotels in 30 countries. Of course, they’re not the only ones offering the best of accommodation, design, art and location, so make sure you scroll down and check out the 10 best art hotels in Germany!

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Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski in Munich

The first Kempinski hotel on our list is located in Munich, in the heart of this vibrant city. The Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski offers 230 tasteful rooms and 67 contemporary suites, each encompassing its own individual character inspired by King Ludwig II. Art enthusiasts will appreciate the beautiful canvases displayed in each room, featuring copies of works that can be found in the Pinakothek Munich. The pieces have been selected from the House of Wittelsbach’s private art collection, and produced exclusively for our hotel. When in Munich, make sure you stop by for a visit!

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The Weinmeister in Berlin

If you’re a traveller working within the film, music, fashion or any other creative business, then The Weinmeister in Berlin is the right place for you. In their stark and minimalist rooms, painted mostly in black, gray and dark brown, you can find Apple iMacs instead of TVs, because technology is something they really care for, and an oversized bed, because they also want you to be really comfortable. They have a fantastic roof top terrace overlooking the entire city and a boardroom which could welcome up to eight people who are willing to be busy during their stay at this splendid hotel.

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Hotel Atlantic Kempinski in Hamburg

A perfect blend of the traditional and the modern, the Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg is a five-star facility located in Hamburg, on the beautiful Alster lake. Since its opening in 1909, it has become like a landmark of the city, with its particularly designed building and an everlasting luxury. It offers 221 rooms and suites, as well as 13 meeting rooms and the Energy Clinic spa. The rooms and suites are designed individually, using a range of decorative elements, subtle colors and objects d’art. All the rooms offer a splendid view of the lake and the city’s skyline through the panoramic windows.

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Nhow in Berlin

When you look at the pictures of Nhow Hotel in Berlin, they seem as though they’re some futuristic modeling project in the making. Yet, it really exists, in the trendy part of the German capital, so if you’re a fan of bars, cafes and clubs, this should be your hotel of choice. The hotel’s 304 rooms are designed by New York designer Karim Rashid, whose favorite color is, as you will see, pink and all its hues. The rooms include iPod docks and of course, free wifi. What’s also interesting is that they own a proper music studio, recording booths and an art gallery also suitable for various events.

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Falkenstein Grand Kempinski in Frankfurt

Located 20 minutes away from Frankfurt, the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski hotel was built in 1909, and today it offers 112 rooms, suites and apartments in an elegant design. They are very proud of their unique restaurant and one of the leading spa centers in the world, spread on 1200 square meters. All rooms, including the exclusive 500 square meter Penthouse, are equipped with fine fabrics, classic design and state-of-the-art technology. The hotel offers a skyline terrace with an exclusive view over Frankfurt and a wedding pavilion to tie the knot under the open sky.

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Kameha Grand in Bonn

On the banks of the Rhine River, in the former capital of West Germany, you can find the Kameha Grand design hotel. Designed by Marcel Wanders and Karl-Heinz Schommer, in style of neo-baroque, the facility’s rooms ooze with colors, material, pictures, themes – even the bathrooms are exclusively decorated with underwater photographies of Zena Holloway. Their suites, with names like Hero, Fair Play, Diva or Beethoven offer different amenities according to the needs and wishes of the guests. If you’d like to relax, there’s their spa center, with pool, sauna and fitness center.

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The Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch

The newly renovated 187 rooms and 38 suites inside the Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt Gravenbruch, built back in 1586, offer the highest standards with the latest technology and overlook our gardens or our private lake. Whether they’re traditional or modern in style, they promise the best of comfort. The hotel offers 18 function rooms, including the two 86 square meter ballrooms perfect for weddings with a direct access to the hotel’s privately owned park. The hotel lake is also ideal for group events and meetings, as well as relaxation and different activities.

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Hotel Mani in Berlin

Hotel Mani is situated on the popular Torstrasse in Berlin Mitte, the center of the city’s fashion, art and the international scene. This elegant, yet informal facility offers 63 minimalist rooms with top-quality materials and furnishings. For your meetings and events, the hotel puts at your disposal the rooftop conference space, with five individual rooms of different sizes with a fantastic view over Berlin. Throughout the hotel, including the ground-floor restaurant, you can encounter contemporary works of art usually in form of photography. Perfect place, if you’re in for a short, but sweet stay.

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Schloss Reinhartshausen Kempinski in Frankfurt

That you will likely run into a Kempinski hotel every few kilometers in Frankfurt area proves the Schloss Reinhartshausen Kempinski Hotel, located a few minutes out of Wiesbaden, between the famous Rheingau Vineyards and the banks of the river Rhine. The hotel, located in a castle Princess Marianne of Prussia acquired in 1855. offers 41 elegantly furnished rooms and 22 generous suites, some with whirlpool and a fire-place, an indoor swimming pool and a wellness centre, two restaurants, 15 historic function rooms for up to 300 guests, a private park and two terraces for any kind of event.

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Amano Hotel in Berlin

Situated between Rosenthaler Platz and Hackescher Hoefe in Berlin, the Hotel Amano was built in 2009, and has become a reference point when it comes to contemporary design and high standards. The hotel has 163 rooms and apartments, painted in various shades of white and grey with orange details, as well as special services like bicycle hire, pedestrian navigation systems and iPod walking tours, for the best experience of its particular neighborhood. For its business guests, the hotel offers conference rooms surrounded by roof terrace, and for leisure and fun there is the Amano bar, one of the city’s best.

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