Hotel Park Plaza Nuremberg featured in Büro 24/7
This stunning, contemporary designed 177 bed hotel brings a fresh energy to the vibrant Bavarian city. Located opposite the 19th Century central railway station in the former home of the Bavarian-American Hotel, the design has been influenced by the city’s rich cultural and medieval history.
The design takes inspiration from the Renaissance Nuremberg artist and theorist Albrecht Dürer, and Martin Behaim, a German mariner and astronomer. Modern and metallic tones of pink gold and copper with purple and grey hues and shimmering textures are combined with geometric shapes, light features, ceilings, furniture, artwork and sculptures to create a relaxed yet luxurious atmosphere, which respects the history of the 1930’s building.
Artwork and sculptures, including interpretations of Dürer’s Rhino and Behaim’s ‘Erdapfel’ globe, pay tribute to the city’s cultural legends, bringing a contemporary sophistication to Bavaria’s latest city hotspot.
All bedrooms feature ultra-comfortable Park Plaza beds, a modern, contemporary design feel with integrated screen TV’s, large work desks, in-room entertainment systems and mood lighting.
The hotel also features a 24-hour fitness centre and seven versatile meeting rooms, many of which benefit from natural daylight and have been designed to accommodate up to 70 delegates, providing them with state-of-the art video conferencing and on-site dining facilities. The hotel’s destination-led restaurant, BA Beef Club has a club-like ambience, whilst its Bavarian American Bar provides a stunning environment to be enjoyed by guests and locals alike.