Admittedly - you don't necessarily have it on your radar. But Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony, has a lot to offer. Not only is it one of the leading trade fair cities in Europe. The high density of street art such as sculptures and installations in public spaces, numerous architectural monuments and lots of greenery make Hanover an attractive destination for your next city trip. Especially since there is now one more reason why you should definitely pay Hanover a visit
with our Motel One Hanover-Oper, which is only a few minutes' walk from the namesake opera house. The listed building of the hotel was built in 1927 and previously served as the publishing and printing house of the Hannoversche Kurier. Our lounge is therefore all about newspaper publishing and printing, but the spirit of the 1920s is also reflected in the design.
The name says it all
Even before entering the Motel One Hannover-Oper it is litteraly visible that this is a special building. The listed lettering "Kurierhaus" above the entrance door already points to the important history of the former newspaper house. Inside, too, there are hints of the history of these impressive four walls on every corner. So, come on in!
...is also Peetz's art installation next to the bar, which shows a couple devouring the printed news together. The striking stroke is characteristic of Peetz's works - here it is given some extra shine by background lighting.