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The 'Arthotel Devil Court' is by far the most "limited addition" accommodation in town. The concept is as follows; cabaret, gourmet cuisine, café, bar and wine shop all rolled in one. All nine rooms have been individually created by artists and are redesigned every few years; the present decor is dedicated to the concept of time. In one room, the ceiling is hung with empty newspaper holders! The whole complex of buildings forms one complete showcase for artists' work.
Once a home for wayward and troubled youths, this charming hotel is also an excellent French brasserie. The rooms, former cells, aren't terribly large or sunlit; in fact they are refurbished with modest amenities. All the rooms have been designed with warm, earthy tones, and this combined with the sleek simple lines nicely complements the very elegant 'Shaker' furniture. The professional staff assures you have a comfortable stay.
Hotel Stadthof is a quaint little pension and guesthouse that is home to 9 well-furnished rooms that radiate an aura of simplicity. Indulge your taste buds at the in-house restaurant or if it's a pizza that you're craving, head to the pizzeria on site and bite into delectable pizzas that will make you want to come back for more. The on site bread bar is an ideal place to sample mouthwatering breads. Modest prices, central location and a good deal make this hotel worth a stay.
Hotel Merian is located close to the river Rhine. Besides offering a gorgeous view, the hotel is conveniently located close to various tourist attractions. The rooms and suites are comfortable and all offer a view of the river and the old part of the town. The rooms are spacious and have the latest amenities, ensuring the best in quality and comfort. The city's famous seafood restaurant, Merian Cafe Spitz is located on the ground floor of the hotel and is a popular banquet hub.. The hospitality and the service rendered by the staff at Hotel Merian is the best you can expect and you're certainly going to want to come back.
Reverence for the past and tradition exists in this hotel's overall design and antique furnishings. Apart from a few modern comforts, the decor is modeled after the belle époque. Past guests include Greta Garbo, Josephine Baker and Luciano Pavarotti. With its Mediterranean style terrace and its top-quality cuisine, the management of hotel restaurant Le Jardin Euler are no novices in their field. The Euler bar is a classic, born of the turn of the last century and oozing Chesterfield appeal.