5 German boutique hotels to keep an eye on

Germany is known for its efficiency and high standards when it comes to hospitality. We’ve hand-picked 5 boutique hotels across the country for you, so you know where to book your next holiday. 

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Louis Hotel, Munich

This stylish design hotel in the heart of Munich is an easy choice for a weekend getaway. With bright and spacious rooms with handmade furniture in walnut and oak, a bathroom with sparkling white Parisian metro tiles, the Louis Hotel is the perfect place for a design nerd. Even the “Do Not Disturb” signs are stylish! The neutral colors and the materials used in the rooms create the ideal place to kick off your shoes and relax in the Egyptian cotton sheets with a drink from your own mini bar. If you don’t want to stay in, there are plenty of options for a culinary night out in the area.

Louis Hotel

5 German boutique hotels to keep an eye on

Hotel PURS, Andernach

“Home away from home”. That’s the philosophy of newly opened PURS hotel in Andernach, designed by Belgian antiquarian and designer Axel Vervoordt. Every little detail has been thought through, and if my own home was half as stylish as this 11 room boutique hotel, I’d be more than satisfied. Vervoordt has created a timeless space with incredible eye for details. The aesthetics in this hotel are breathtaking and nothing less of museum worthy. PURS hotel has been created with great attention to the architecture of the old chancellery – the play of light, the old wooden floors and the marble bathrooms with amenities from Aesop are just some of the things that make PURS hotel a remarkable hotel experience.

Hotel Purs

5 German boutique hotels to keep an eye on

The Yard, Berlin

This 55 room boutique hotel is placed in the vibrant and multicultural Kreuzberg district of Berlin. The vision was to create a relaxing refuge in the middle of the city – an idyllic oasis in a bustling city. The warm neutral colors and the modern design are just some of the things that make The Yard an ideal place to kick back after a long day in eclectic Berlin.  Add an indoor pool, a lush green yard and spa section and this sure is an oasis in the city.

The Yard

5 German boutique hotels to keep an eye on

The Alex, Freiburg

All 39 rooms of this Freiburg boutique hotel has everything you might need. Be it a soothing refreshing rain shower or complimentary high speed Wi-Fi, The Alex has got you covered. Large windows provide you with plenty of light, and with a workspace in all of the rooms, The Alex is also a great choice for the business travelers. Freiburg is an ideal place for the wine lovers, and at The Alex’ own Winery29 wine bar, you’ll find plenty of local wines as well as their very own home made schnapps.

The Alex

5 German boutique hotels to keep an eye on

Hotel Louis C. Jacob, Hamburg

Placed a little outside Hamburg, this beautiful hotel is an exclusive treat for guests in need of air and privacy. This 200 year old hotel has views of the Elbe river and its location on the Elbchausee among villas adds to exclusive feeling of subtle luxury. The bathrooms are built with granite and marble, and some come with bathtubs. The two-Michelin-starred Jacob’s Restaurant will serve you contemporary French haute-cuisine with regionally sourced products and views of the Elbe.

Hotel Louis C. Jacob

5 German boutique hotels to keep an eye on

5 German boutique hotels to keep an eye on

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