The Ösch Noir offers culinary delights in a class of their own. The restaurant is known for its creative French haute cuisine specialities, which are served in an elegant design ambience. Top chef Manuel Ulrich spoils his guests with superb delicacies.
It’s no wonder that the Ory Bar was voted Munich’s best bar at the Munich Nightlife Awards and is one of the best hotel bars in Germany on the Mixology shortlist.
With their luxury fitness brand kenkō, German designers Andreas Bachmann and Fritz Grospietsch have answered…
Bringing a modern, cosmopolitan atmosphere to the centre of Stuttgart, AMICI is so much more…
Berlin is a magnet of a city, drawing anyone and everyone to its exhilarating streets. From legendary residences to contemporary locales, we’ve selected the top hotels in the German capital to capture every inch of its glamour and excitement.
Berlin is a city that is always interesting, often experimental, and endlessly inspiring, and out of its distinctive flavour comes a variety of culinary exhilarations. From Michelin-star masterminds to stylish local indulgences, we’ve selected the best restaurants in Berlin for your next night in the town.
Having recently returned from a gastronomic world tour, Michelin Star chef Julia Komp knew that she wanted to share the culinary experience with everyone and anyone. Julia’s new restaurant Sahila, is a non-stop tour of cuisines from around the world, without having to leave Cologne. We were lucky enough to sit down with her and hear how much of an influence her world tour has had on the menu.
Sustainability, good design and longevity – those are the three concepts that define the Johanenlies philosophy, that shines through each and every piece of furniture they create. From upcycling floorboards to creating beautiful pieces of furniture, these works of art will enhance any room.
A stay in one of Germany’s beautiful wellness hotels is probably just what you need, and we have selected some of the best to share with you. Enjoy!
With their luxury fitness equipment brand kenkō, German designers Andreas Bachmann and Fritz Grospietsch create refined natural products that complement our lives, blurring the line between equipment and art. We spoke with the creators about their shared design principles, where they draw their inspiration from, and how they see the future of at-home exercise.