Peterstr. 8, Görlitz, Saxony, D–02826, Germany
The city's best hotel is also its most modern accommodation in antique disguise. In a mansion dating to 1528, guest rooms with wooden floors and thick ceiling beams are sparsely furnished with modern, dark cherrywood furniture. The colorful ceilings may remind you of Jackson Pollock paintings, but they are original ornaments from the Renaissance. The Schneider-Stube serves traditional Saxon dishes.
- luxury hotel in the heart of Görlitz pedestrian zone
- limited parking near the hotel
- lovers of church bells will be happy
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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