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Now I find the end of our road trip here, too, which we undertook in June. Because our last stop on this trip was the Creativhotel Luise in Erlangen. Since I had never been to the Bavarian city and hadn’t heard much about Erlangen before, I was very excited about the short stay. After lunch in town We were welcomed in an absolutely friendly manner at the Creativhotel Luise. There we also got numerous tips for our last day of vacation. We spent wonderfully relaxed hours in Erlangen and got to know a hotel that is committed to sustainability. That’s why this blog post is absolutely worth it for a few hours.
If you want to experience sustainability down to the smallest detail, you should visit the Creativhotel Luise in Erlangen.
At the Creativhotel Luise, it’s a bit like an oyster: you first have to get inside to discover the pearl. Because what still looks like a business hotel for the most part has completely rebuilt hotel rooms inside, which can no longer be surpassed in terms of sustainability. That’s why this hotel is rightly rated Green Pearls. We were very lucky to live in one of these new, completely renewable rooms. Not only does the future show itself here with a NASA shower (I will explain what that is later in the blog post) and modern design, but also furniture and home accessories that are 100% biodegradable or recyclable.
I have never lived in a room like this. We were absolutely amazed and pleasantly surprised at the comfort of this room. What is different about this hotel room: green plants inhabit the room with you and create a homely atmosphere. And then the shower, which was designed for a NASA Mars mission. It is probably the most sustainable shower that you can imagine in a hotel.
Erlangen has a lot to offer its visitors.
After the first room inspection, we were greeted in an absolutely friendly manner by the manager and team captain Ben Förtsch, who was not only able to tell us a lot of information about his hotel and the sustainable concept, but also gave us a lot of tips for our hours in Erlangen. The family-run hotel is being redesigned and renewed with the ideas of Ben and it is impressive how brave and visionary he is. In the conversation we immediately noticed that sustainability is not just used as a facade. It is really lived. And that down to the smallest detail.
We allowed ourselves a short rest at the hotel’s small pond. We were able to take a look directly at our own beehives, which provide for specially produced honey. Then we went on towards the city center. We were really completely surprised by Erlangen, because the Bavarian city actually has the flair of a French village in some corners. In the large park we could sit on the meadow by the fountain and enjoy the green and the hustle and bustle of the city.
Vegan dinner and a rich breakfast made the perfect conclusion
Thanks to Ben’s tips, we ate in the organic restaurant Muskat, which also conjured up a vegan dish for me. Another tip from him that we followed up: enjoy an illusionist gin on the large balcony at sunset. After that I just sank into the comfortable pillows.
After a really restful night we could enjoy the rich breakfast buffet with many organic, regional and partly vegan dishes. It is your own fault if you do not find what you are looking for here. The day before, Ruben had discovered the underground car park with a charging point for electric cars. This was then used as an outfit location without further ado before we made our way back.
What we took with us: Erlangen is definitely worth a visit. And sustainability can be wonderfully contemporary and cool.