On the 1st of July, the four-star superior hotel Kloster Hornbach near Zweibrücken reopens after seven months of closure and extensive renovations.
Crises harbour opportunities: that is in any case the guiding principle of the hoteliers Christiane and Edelbert Lösch, running the Kloster Hornbach Hotel near Zweibrücken. When they had to close their hotel for seven months due to the pandemic, they both recognised this inevitable challenge as a unique possibility to give the hotel a fresh and revamped look. The owners “used the crisis as an opportunity and turned everything in the house upside down”, which would have been all the more costly and difficult in ordinary circumstances with the hotel still in operation.
The objective of the renovations was to create more room and higher quality for their guests. As a result, 16 of the total of 48 rooms and suites were furnished with a new design and provide for an atmosphere of timeless ease and individual well-being, thanks to the major reconstruction and extensive renovation efforts. The architectural redesign of the reception and entrance area, which are located in the historic cloister of the house built in the ruins of an 8th century Benedictine monastery, also create more space and tranquillity. Guests now also have more space in the open area.
The pandemic has presented them, as well as many others, with a tremendous challenge. But thanks to perseverance and determination, the owners and the team of the four-star superior hotel have made the best of the situation and taken the opportunity to offer their guests an even more comfortable experience.
More information: www.kloster-hornbach.de
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