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    Breakfast, bar

  • Conference & Meetings

    2 meetings rooms

A hidden gem in the center of Cologne’s old town, The Qvest marries neo-Gothic architecture with a museum-worthy collection of modern design, art, and photography.

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Architecture Neo-gothic allure

The QVEST Architecture Facade by Night in Cologne

Architecture Neo-gothic allure

After two years of extensive renovation, the neo-gothic 1897 property is now a showcase of modern design.

Each of the 34 rooms and suites are cut differently and befittingly furnished with individual character, while also showing sensitivity to the building’s historical details. Some of the suites feature six-meter-high cross vaults, while the Salon Suite boasts a handpainted medieval wooden ceiling from 1390.

Interior design Michael Kaune

Taking advantage of the scale of the historic building, Michael Kaune installed Verner Panton’s playful “Living Tower”...

and statement stool in one of the rooms. The bathrooms are furnished with Parisian Metro tiles with quirky details, such as the “Grasshopper” floor lamp by Greta Grossman. In the lobby, guests are greeted by a striking vintage brass and Belgian bluestone front desk.

The QVEST Interior Design in Cologne
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The Originals Michael Kaune

“Almost everything in the hotel is connected to me personally.”

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Europe
Germany
Cologne

The Qvest
Gereonskloster 12
Cologne 50670
Germany

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