Staying at Hollmann Beletage is like staying with a good friend (with excellent taste): immediately intimate and welcoming. Many have tried the funky-home-away-from-home concept but Robert Hollmann, the hotel’s patron and chef, is one of the rare few who have succeeded.
Mahogany and orange toned furnishings, combined with a a smattering of ‘50s retro and Asian elements make up the boutique hotel’s chic, but most importantly cozy, aesthetic. A living room (not lobby, mind you) is filled with books and CDs, a piano and open fireplace. As if that’s not enough to make you feel at home, the open liquor bar runs on an honor system. The staff leave in the late afternoon so guests can chill out without feeling proctored.
The 25 spacious rooms in this classic Gründerzeit house all have certain clever features like in-closet-hidden bathrooms or a completely open-in-room-integrated bath. A spa and a small cinema enhance the stay. Guests rave continuously about the breakfast with specials of the day and Robert Hollmann will accommodate any personal requests. For dinner, Hollmann Salon in the romantic neighboring courtyard is a must. This friend makes it very hard to leave.