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La Maison Hotel

La Maison Hotel Hotel Exterior in Saarlouis
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  • Food & Drink

    1 Michelin star restaurant, bar, bistro, and gourmet shop

  • Spa & Recreation

    Gym

  • Conference & Meetings

    3 meeting rooms (22 to 108sqm)

  • Architecture

    CBAG Beaumont Gergen Architects

  • Interior design

    Nicolay Design, CBAG, Connie Kotte

  • The Originals

    Günter Wagner

  • Themes

    Food & Drink

  • Food & Drink

    1 Michelin star restaurant, bar, bistro, and gourmet shop

  • Spa & Recreation

    Gym

  • Conference & Meetings

    3 meeting rooms (22 to 108sqm)

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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Architecture CBAG Beaumont Gergen Architects

La Maison Facade in Saarlouis

Architecture CBAG Beaumont Gergen Architects

Upon entering the lobby, a sculptural white staircase sets the stage for the grandeur within.

The renovation was carried out by CBAG.studio, run by architects Christine Beaumont and Achim Gergen, both natives of Saarlouis. The older building’s ground floor holds the lobby, restaurant, and bar. The hotel’s two cutting edge new extensions have distinct characters: one wows with its bronzed, folded-aluminum exterior, while the other’s wood-clad facade echoes the encircling copse.

Interior design Nicolay Design, CBAG, Connie Kotte

“Whether it’s a four-poster bed or a freestanding bathtub, there should be an ‘aha’ effect,” says designer Birgit Nicolay.

Nicolay used a rich, imperial color scheme, as well as historic quotes visualized as pictures or graphics, to connect the modern interior with the history of Saarlouis. The historic villa’s five grand suites and the two new buildings’ 45 guestrooms feature herringbone hardwood floors or oiled oak floors, timber paneling, and even mood-pads, with which guests can alter lighting settings.

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La Maison Hotel Made By Originals

The Originals Günter Wagner

“I like things that are simple and good; I like things that are honest.”

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Food & Drink Fresh take on heritage

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Food & Drink Fresh take on heritage

Louis restaurant showcases chef Martin Stopp’s signature style, one that stands for both tradition and innovation.

The creative chef’s ever-changing menu is inspired by fresh ingredients, quality, and heritage. Louis’ attention to culinary excellence means that such sophisticated dishes as Bouchot mussels and Burgundy truffles can be found on the lunch menu. Dinner, meanwhile, is a not-to-be-missed experience.

Food & Drink The French Bistro

Part glass conservatory, part open-air natural wonder, and all savoir-vivre, Pastis is a casual French bistro that specializes in creative cuisine.

Set in a winter garden, Pastis exudes the French way of life. In other words, it’s the perfect blend of casual, formal, and fun. The Francophile influence at this divine bistro is punctuated by an associated delicatessen shop, which is cascaded in an inventive lighting design that includes copper saucepans.
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Location

Location

Europe
Germany
Saarlouis

La Maison Hotel
Prälat-Subtil-Ring 22
Saarlouis 66740
Germany

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    10°C / 49°F