The Bad Neuenahr-based architectural office Hans Jürgen Mertens likes to use this formula for staying in hotels. While being at home means security and a sense of well-being, one also wants this in a hotel where the guest is also on the road. While the guest is en route to new goals and new impressions, their hotel should also reflect this. The architectural office Mertens from Bad Neuenahr always factors these two above-mentioned aspects into its planning
processes. For example, the office managed to work for the renowned chef Hans Stefan Steinheuer in Heppingen who was already awarded with two Michelin stars. The result was the ‘Landhaus’ with six suites. Here, the restaurant was converted and, in another part of the building, the bowling alley was made into a lounge with a large opening to the terrace and a view on to the local mountain of Landskrone.