The Grand Hotel, built in 1858 upon request of King Maximilian II., was extensively renovated. The entire public areas were equipped with new furniture, lamps, curtain decorations and carpets. The atmosphere of the rooms has exuded elegance in warm mahogany and gleaming brass ever since.
At a historical point, a new construction takes on the old wind and combines tradition with modern five-star-philosophy. Projects such as the Maison Messmer require a great deal of historical understanding and sensitiveness for the spirit of the house and its surroundings. A design concept for such a house can only be successful if one is able to combine modern requirements with the tradition of the house. This is what makes the task so fascinating: creating a new harmonious unit from two different elements.
The ‘Ostseeperle’ was reopened after extensive renovation of the historical building structure and new furnishing of all public areas as well as the rooms and suites. Whilst furnishing, attention to detail and regard for historical elements were placed at the forefront.