The Hubertus hunting lodge lies in an extensive park on the forest edge of Baden-Baden. The listed ensemble of buildings consists of the main building, built towards the end of the nineteenth century and the unique hunting pavilion which includes two historical cavaliers’ houses, built by Margravine Sybilla Augusta for her sons in 1729.
In three building phases and close coordination with the authorities for the protection of historical monuments, the existing buildings were transformed into a boutique hotel of the luxury class with a wellness area and both indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
In the main building, originally constructed as a hunting lodge, all the fixtures and flooring were completely removed and restored in the appropriate style with reference to the original epoch of the building. In addition to the actual building activities, all the interior fittings including the furniture, textiles and wall coverings were planned, and their integration was coordinated. A wellness area was incorporated into the cellar vault with a hammam, bar and indoor pool.
The historical hunting pavilion with its unique ceiling paintings and parquet floor was carefully refurbished, together with the authorities for the protection of historical monuments, after intense examination by a restorer, and it is now available for events. In the historical cavaliers’ houses, stylish guest apartments have been constructed.
The new construction of an outdoor swimming pool with a pool house supplements the existing ensemble of buildings. The water in the pool submerges the pool’s wall covered in natural stone and flows off via an illuminated water staircase. After a visit to the sauna, you can relax in front of the free-hanging chimney in the lounge of the pool house, which is entirely glazed on two sides.