Motel One - Designhotels
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    Motel One


    Your low-priced yet high-quality equipped Motel One is situated on the lovely river Saar in Saarbrücken. Relaxation, gastronomy and shopping are literally just around the corner. You can view the baroque castle of the capital of the Saarland by crossing the so-called Old Bridge. Even the Saarland state theatre and the main station are only a short walk away.

    Saarbrücken 49.231760000000000 6.995716000000000 Saarbrücken 66111 Saarbrücken Phone: +49/681/ 88 39 96-0 Fax: +49/681/ 88 39 96-10

Design Hotel Saarbrücken

Design Hotel Saarbrucken

Design, art and architecture – Saarland offers first-class museums and a vibrant art scene. The exhibitions of the Saarland Museum are renowned far beyond the state borders. Past exhibitions include Paul Klee, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. The permanent collection of the Modern Gallery on the St. Johanner side of the Saar is also well worth a visit, where you will find art from the 19th century through to the present day. It houses many of the greats, such as Max Liebermann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Max Pechstein, Lovis Corinth and Max Slevogt. A further exhibition pavilion offers regular exhibitions that alternate between classic and contemporary art. And the extensive gardens are home to such giants of the sculpture world as the "Venus sans bras" by Artistide Maillols. The "Saarland Künstlerhaus" (The House of Artists) is a meeting place for the exchange of ideas and information between artisans, writers and culture enthusiasts – a forum of hospitality, constructive exchange and mutual co-operation – with up to 20 exhibitions being held in the gallery and studio each year. Entry to the events, exhibitions and readings is generally free of charge. The Saarland Regional History Museum is a wonderful opportunity to experience 500 years of history right before your very eyes – and all underground below the streets of this modern city. Just follow the steps down below the Castle Square from the Museum of Regional History and you will get a close-up view of architecture from the 13th to the 18th century, including the remains of the mediaeval castle, fortifications and casemates from the Renaissance, a hall for ball games built in the castle moat and, of course, the dungeon – truly a thrilling experience for young and old. Whatever your plans, what better place to relax and unwind than our low-cost Motel One design hotel – great location and great value for money that doesn't compromise on service and quality. 


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