La Maison Hotel

Rooms 38   Architecture Christine Beaumont and Achim Gergen   Interior Design Nicolay Design and Connie Kotte
The Original Günter Wagner

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Architecture
Christine Beaumont and Achim Gergen
Interior
Design Nicolay Design and Connie Kotte
The Original Günter Wagner
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La Maison Hotel Hotel Exterior in Saarlouis
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La Maison Hotel Garden View in Saarlouis
La Maison Hotel Villa Room in Saarlouis
La Maison Hotel Interior Details in Saarlouis
La Maison Hotel Bed in Saarlouis
La Maison Hotel Library in Saarlouis
La Maison Hotel Bar Interior in Saarlouis
La Maison Hotel Room in Saarlouis
La Maison Hotel Interior in Saarlouis
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La Maison Hotel Painting in Saarlouis
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La Maison Meeting Room in Saarlouis
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—Serving up a gourmet experience with a cozy mix of vintage and contemporary furniture, La Maison is creating a new history for Saarlouis.

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    Rooms 38 /Architecture Christine Beaumont and Achim Gergen /Interior Design Nicolay Design and Connie Kotte /The Original Günter Wagner

    A stately historic mansion replete with its own park, La Maison Hotel is defining a new market for upscale hotels in Saarland, a state in the west of Germany, about 10km to the border of France and 45km to Luxemburg. Saarlouis city was named after Louis XIV, and La Maison nobly reflects this namesake. Throughout the villa, the life of the King of France is chronicled in pictures and graphics, connecting the modern interior with the history of Saarlouis. The hotel provides plenty of opportunity to indulge. Its Louis restaurant, located in a former court house, showcases chef Martin Stopp’s signature style that stands for both tradition and innovation. The creative chef's ever-changing menu is inspired by fresh ingredients, quality, and heritage. While a modern glassed winter garden, which is suspended over the park, accommodates the bistro Pastis and the delicatessen shop, which are cascaded in an inventive lighting design that includes copper saucepans. Combining original and modern details, La Maison is where history and the contemporary intersect.

    Nearest Airport
    SCN - Saarbrücken Airport
    Food & Drink
    Louis restaurant: seasonal cuisine, Pastis bistro, bar
    Spa & Recreation
    Fitness area
    Conference & Meetings
    3 meeting rooms (22 to 108sqm)
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi
    Services
    Deli-shop/drugstore

    Rooms & Suites

    La Maison’s 38 guest rooms and suites cast a nostalgic eye back to the days of Louis XIV—the eponym of the property’s hometown, Saarlouis—with sumptuous textures, bold dashes of mustard yellows and racing greens, and aged photos of the once-King of France. Apart from the City Side Room that features either a double bed or twin beds, all of the rooms and suites boast king-size beds; views of the city, park, or property gardens; adjustable mood lighting; and advanced audiovisual technology. In addition to providing optimal comfort, the design elements aim to spark an “aha effect”, says Stuttgart-based interior designer Birgit Nicolay, who reflects the aristocratic character of the area with herringbone hardwood floor and bespoke leather furnishings in many of the rooms and suites.

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    Interior Design

    Stuttgart-based interior designer Birgit Nicolay infused La Maison Hotel’s interiors with sumptuous accents and details that make colorful reference to the opulent glory days of Louis XIV. 

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    Architecture

    With a grand old villa serving as its main building, the lordly La Maison has maintained its original face—a warm, champagne-colored travertine—at the top of a cobblestoned driveway. 

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    Architecture

    With a grand old villa serving as its main building, the lordly La Maison has maintained its original face—a warm, champagne-colored travertine—at the top of a cobblestoned driveway. 

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    Interior Design

    Stuttgart-based interior designer Birgit Nicolay infused La Maison Hotel’s interiors with sumptuous accents and details that make colorful reference to the opulent glory days of Louis XIV. 

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    MADE BY ORIGINALS

    Günter Wagner

    When you’re given the reigns to a company that is credited with introducing frozen pizza to Germany and changing the face of  its food market industry, hotels seem a strikingly divergent path. But Günter Wagner’s decision to open a hotel seems preordained; his father owned a hotel in the small town of Braunhausen and Wagner even went to culinary school and worked in a Michelin-starred restaurant. When he retired from Wagner Frozen Food Company, the Saarland-native’s mind returned to hotels. The result is La Maison Hotel, Saarlouis’ first upscale hotel—a property that’s been missing in this stunning French-German city, and one that is changing the local hospitality scene. 

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    La Maison Hotel

    Prälat-Subtil-Ring 22
    Saarlouis, 66740
    Germany

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