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Bio-Hotel Ulrichshof's New Luxury Addition is Inspired by Old Bavarian Fairytales

by , 09/01/14
filed under: Architecture, gallery


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Located within the beautiful Bavarian Forest in Germany, the Ulrichshof hotel has earned a reputation as one of the most kid-friendly hotels in the world, but since last Easter, the complex introduced additional facilities and services that are primarily focused on the needs of adults. Exclusive areas such as child-free saunas, spa areas and common spaces provide a cozy atmosphere enhanced the presence of hanging fireplaces, comfortable seating, natural materials and plants.

Related: Spooky Abandoned Igloo Hotel In Alaska About To Be Restored

The hotel combines kitschy elements with wood and vegetation, and creates a blend of contemporary design trends and traditional architecture typical of rural areas. The otherworldly atmosphere of some of the rooms was achieved by introducing mythical elements of local folk tales filled with witches, fountain spirits, and magical creatures.

+ Studio NOA 

+ Ulrichshof

Images by Alex Filz

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