The new Vienna House MQ Kronbergim Taunus has opened its doors in Germany. The 96-room hotel is part of the Musikquartier Kronberg development project, and designed as a retreat for business travelers and tourists. Berlin-based Staab Architekten handled the architecture, while Evi Rupprecht of Studio 13 Crad led the interior design.
In front of the large staircase in the lobby hangs a bell, nearly two meters in diameter, which not only serves a decorative purpose but acts as a carillon of sound and light when the cord is pulled. An audiographic visualization of bars from Beethoven’s Grand Fugue hovers above the freestanding reception tables. The common area continues in the living room on the first floor. During the day, it can be used for coffee breaks or small receptions with the adjacent meeting rooms.
The relaxed guestrooms feature a palette of warm wood, leather, brass, and velvet. Large windows complete with window seats offer views of the surrounding town of Kronberg.
Photo: Courtesy of Vienna House