The Steigenberger Hotel Stadt Lörrach, which is located in the south west of the State of Baden-Württemberg and is operated by the RIMC Hotels & Resorts Group, has now successfully reopened.
Olga Zielinski will take charge of the hotel with effect from 18 September 2020, when she takes over as General Manager from Sascha Nemeth. Ms. Zielinski has been working for RIMC for several years and has recently completed a highly successful stint as Director of the hotel the YARD in Berlin.
Lörrach lies in the Markgräflerland Region at the heart of the famous tri-point where the borders of Germany, France and Switzerland meet. A Mediterranean climate and gentle natural surroundings make the town an ideal destination for both domestic travellers and guests from the neighbouring countries. The sunny weather which the area typically enjoys provides an inviting backdrop for a varied selection of walks and cycle tours. Visitors can also stop off at one of the numerous restaurants and seasonal wine taverns to savour a range of culinary delights.
“Lörrach is a wonderful destination for leisure travellers,” said Olga Zielinski. “We are also sensing that day-to-day business is starting to recover. This is why we chose to wait until after the summer holidays before reopening the Steigenberger Hotel Stadt Lörrach. We will now be able to offer the very best quality of service to both our private and business visitors.” Ms. Zielinski added: “We have very much missed the daily contact with our guests.”
Extensive hygiene measures have now been introduced at the Steigenberger Hotel Stadt Lörrach as it ends a period of enforced closure following the impact of the corona pandemic. The hygiene and safety concept introduced by Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts has proved a practical success, and compliance with these regulations is the top priority in order to protect guests and staff.
The Steigenberger Hotel Stadt Lörrach is located only five kilometres from the tri-point of the borders between Germany, France and Switzerland and first opened for business on 1 June 2017. The city’s premier hotel offers 178 modern and generously equipped rooms and suites arranged over 20 storeys. An adjacent Boarding House provides 49 further studios and apartments, which are ideal for longer term stays. The Hebel Restaurants and Bar 1760 are both on hand to cater to the culinary well-being of guests. A conference facility able to accommodate up to 440 persons extends over an area of around 450 square metres on the first and second floors. A separate events room for special occasions is also available on the 20th floor. Finally, superb panoramic views can be taken in from a sauna and gym area on the 19th floor.