HOTEL VICTORIA: SOPHISTICATED AMBIANCE MEETS HEARTFELT HOSPITALITY
TEXT: MARILENA STRACKE | PHOTOS: HOTEL VICTORIA
Nuremberg’s four-star Hotel Victoria has been a true landmark of the city since 1896 and, despite a turbulent history, it has not lost any of its incomparable charm – quite the contrary. Today, the listed building is a privately-owned boutique hotel that welcomes guests from all over the world.
Located right in the heart of Nuremberg at the gate to the Old Town, Hotel Victoria has been a perfect choice for travellers for over a century. After its construction in 1896, the hotel was bought by famous Nuremberg businessman Joseph Schuler in 1920, and today it is managed by his great granddaughter Sabine Powels.
Under her leadership the hotel features tradition with a modern twist and offers not only 65 rooms, but also the ideal facilities for conferences and special occasions such as weddings or Christmas parties. The beautiful building is continuously being modernised so that it can always cater to a contemporary lifestyle throughout.
There are seven different room categories offering great options tailored to each guest’s individual travel purpose and requirements. Each room has a unique design concept and atmosphere, as well as different views over the stunning city.
An absolute highlight is the extensive breakfast, as executive assistant Sabine Martin points out: “Our team pampers guests with our superb breakfast tapas and ensures the perfect start to their day. There’s a wide range of delicious choices – from classic, sweet or savoury, to vegan or seasonal and so much more.”
The hotel is also the perfect base to explore the legendary Christkindlesmarkt – one of the oldest and most famous Christmas markets in the world. Think roasted chestnuts, handmade souvenirs and mulled wine. The hotel team has put together an excellent tour for guests to explore not only the Christkindlesmarkt, but also some hidden gems and interesting cultural highlights along the way.
So, have you thought about packing your bags yet?
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