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Swissotel Am Schloss in the historic centre of #Dresden, Germany has a historic facade and houses 235 modern guest rooms, Restaurant, Schlossbar & Purovel Spa & Sport in a historical stone cellar with vaulted ceilings. A fascinating mix of medieval architecture and modern design.

2014 #TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice® Winner – Top 25 Hotels in Germany

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Speicher 7 Harbour Hotel & Bar is a 1950s warehouse/silo on the waterfront of the Rhine river in Mannheim, Germany. Schmucker and partners architects transformed it while maintaining original features.
Jürgen Tekath’s “cool but gemütlich” hotel offers 20 individually designed rooms and lounges with an appealing generosity and space, a bar in the foyer and a terrace facing the Rhine.

*book sustainably*: always book directly with the hotel to preserve charming individual hotels. On this blog by clicking the “hotel name”

Casa Camper Berlin Mitte is the Spanish shoe brand @camper ‘s second hotel and offers 51 rooms and suites. A relaxing and friendly atmosphere designed by Fernando Amat and Jordi Tio.

In the most vibrant area of town, Camper Berlin features DosPalillos, a concept restaurant for Asian tapas, the Spanish way.

Tentempié, a buffet located on the top floor replaces traditional minibars. Here drinks, hot or cold snacks, fruit, yogurt, sandwiches or fresh salads are available 24 hrs to eat right there or take to their rooms. All free for hotel guests.

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The Kranzbach Hotel is located near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavaria, within a 130,000m² alpine meadow. This half castle, half modern spa retreat lays in a peaceful and protected mountain valley, amongst meadows, forests and an impressive mountain scenery. Pools, saunas, steam baths, lounges, suites and additions like the “Gatehouse” or the “Treehouse" offer a range of romantic getaway & relaxation options, amidst breathtaking nature.

The Factory Hotel in Münster, Germany (@factoryhotel) is a new build constructed in and around the heritage-listed walls of the former Germania brewery site. The excavated clinker walls and steel girders of the century-old brewery site stand in conscious contrast to the béton brut (unfinished concrete) that’s the core element of the new building with its five departments: SLEEP, MEET, EAT, DRINK and DANCE. These areas are represented at Factory Hotel by modern conference and function facilities, two restaurants, a bar and night-club.

Everything is different at the Propeller Island City Lodge in Berlin Germany; a very extraordinary location. German artist Lars Stroschen created this place better described as “living in a work of art" than "hotel".

30 unique rooms entirely all furnished with unique custom-made objects. Designed without compromise, varying from the tame to the extreme. Some of the room names are “flying bed”, "gruft" (crypt), “mirror room”, “upside down" or "therapy" and give you an idea of the quirkiness this hotel boosts.

The City Library in Stuttgart, Germany is marvelous new media center.  This cavernous white wonder is unobtrusive in design, where the books and visitors provide the color to an otherwise neutral environment.  The visual center of the Stuttgart City Library is its grand atrium, a five-story open chamber that feels like the work of a modernist MC Esher.  The interior is bright without direct lighting, it is warm without paint color and intimate yet open.  This work by Yi Architects is a success in design, instantly one of the world’s most beautiful libraries.