Hotel zum Löwen (HS)
HOTEL ZUM LÖWEN (HS)
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When you step into Hotel zum Löwen, a timber-framed building in the heart of medieval Duderstadt, it feels like you’re entering a close friend’s home. Businessman-turned-art-collector Hans Georg Näder reflects his deep connection to his hometown in every element of Hotel zum Löwen, from the artworks from his private collection that grace the hotel’s walls to the handpicked wine-list.
The best elements of a traditional German guesthouse have been retained, and then reinvigorated with modern design and comfort like a resort-quality spa, complete with a steam room, pool, and salt sauna.
The newly renovated 17th Century building also has three meeting rooms, a daylight- drenched winter garden, vaulted wine cellars, and an in-house microbrewery overseen by an acclaimed local Braumeister. From the balconies of the largest of the 59 rooms and suites you can see Duderstadt’s red rooftops and black spires stretching into the distance.
The 59 rooms and suites range from the 22-square-meter Single Room Standard to the 42-square-meter Junior Suite. While all guestrooms offer an extra bed for children on request, the 38-square-meter Double Room Comfort and the Junior Suite both feature a living area and a sofa bed.
The public spaces are sociable, relaxing and conducive to absorbing the surroundings, which include photographs by the acclaimed German photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher and an extravagant crystal chandelier. Comfortable furnishings have been handpicked from a diverse group of well-known designers (including Brazilian pioneer Sérgio Rodrigues) but the materials used – such as dark, hard wood – remain consistent.
Interior designer Anja Müller brought the property into line with Näder’s personality, using dramatic shades of dark green, purple and brown. However, she never strayed far from the dominant idea: to create a modern adaptation of the traditional German guesthouse, emphasizing the notion of hospitality with flourishes like a cozy hearth and shelves lined with books for guests to peruse.
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Private Residence with 0 levels
1 bedroom, 1 bath, 0 square feet, 0 square meters
2 guests maximum
1 hour 45 minutes by car
...the charming alleyways of Duderstadt!
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest
- Wander in Lüneburg Heath - The landscape surrounding the city of Lüneburg is a fairytale-like ensemble of moorlands, tranquil meadows and heathland, encompassing nearly 7,000 square kilometres between Bremen, Hannover and Hamburg.
- Visit Marienburg Palace - Georg V, King of Hanover commissioned the mansion as a summer residency and gift for his wife Marie in 1857.
- Heide Park Resort - Adrenaline enthusiasts and those travelling with kids should plan for a stop at the region’s most popular theme park.
Places of Interest
- Basilika St. Cyriakus (3 mins) - The church was declared a basilica in 2015, making it Germany’s ‘youngest’ basilica at present.
- Harz Mountain National Park (30 mins) - Harz National Park stretches from a low mountain range near Herzberg in the southern part of the mountains, across the Harz massif to its northern slopes near Bad Harzburg and Ilsenburg.
- Goslar (1 hour) - The former Free Imperial Town of Goslar has an over-1000-year history and in 1992 it was entered on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List for all Mankind.
- Celle Castle (2 hours) - The Palace in Celle is one of the most splendid among the palaces of the Guelphs, one of the oldest still existing dynasties.
- Hannover (1 hour 45 mins) - Hannover's calendar is always full of cultural events and seasonal festivities.