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fire safety instruction

Yesterday, the entire team took part in a fire safety training. We learned how to act correctly in an emergency and of course fire extinguishing was also practiced.

That was pretty exciting...

Lu Suite

Our LU SUITES are something very special.

Petra Bräutigam and Blocher Partners, responsible for the interior design of EmiLu, have shown courage to colour. A unique atmosphere has been created which is not often found.

There are a total of five LU SUITES in the hotel – two red and three blue.

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Fitness area

The fitness area is equipped with the newest cardio and yoga equipment. In addition we have a fitness wall where you can train with weights.
After your workout, you can go right across the hall and relax in the sauna area.

Breakfast area Fritz

Both the breakfast and the atmosphere are unique.

Our FRITZ breakfast area, equipped with designer furniture by Lignet Rose, vintage classics and custom-made benches by the carpenter Voglauer, invites you to relax and linger.

Here you will find the perfect place to sit back and relax

TEAM FRITZ

Starting in september, the founders of the Breakfast Club Feuilleton, located in the East of Stuttgart will enchant our hotel guests with their delicious breakfast offer.

Isabel, Max and Robin work with a lot of heart and attention to detail – we are very happy that they are part of EmiLu and can therefore guarantee our guests a delicious breakfast.

Our elevators - perfect for a picture to remember your stay!

The hotel has two elevators that take you from the parking garage up to the sixth. Our elevators have the same theme as the staircase: the detailing is completely black with background lighting. Both of them also have big mirrors, perfect for a picture to remember your stay with us.

Meeting room E03

Our second largest meeting room E03, with room for eight people, is equipped with state-of-the-art technology. In addition, each conference room has individualized furnishings and is designed with a unique lighting concept. Guaranteed success!

Reception and lobby bar FRITZ

Our reception area is the heartbeat of the hotel. The eye-catching front desk appears to be made out of marble. In fact, it’s made from tiles pieced together from various landscape pictures. Next to the front desk is the FRITZ lobby bar. Here you can order a sweet or savory snack and relax in our comfortable lobby.

You can also make use of our Self Check In on the left side of the front desk.

Relax your mind, body and spirit in our sauna area

Our  sauna and wellness area is inspired by ancient hamam. Here you can relax your mind, body and spirit. Free your senses and enjoy the attention to detail and high quality of our shower and changing room area.

The eye-catcher of our staircase

Our unique staircase is painted completely black.The staircase has unique detailing such as the large, illuminated numbers on each floor. With these lighted numbers, you’ll always be able to tell which floor you’re on. The numbers are one of many distinct features of our hotel!

Hotel lobby and breakfast area "Fritz"

Our lobby will be the center of the hotel – a place for hanging out and great conversation.

The reception area is located right next to the breakfast restaurant FRITZ. The ribbed concrete ceiling from the original building lends the feeling of connection with 1960s construction style to the space.

Everybody is welcome to come to FRITZ including late and early risers, hotel guests as well as the people of Stuttgart.

Our rooms will make you happy!

EmiLu has 90 (thereof 11 suites) beautiful rooms with unique finishings. The round windows between the bathroom and the sleeping area allow for natural light even in the small bathrooms. Each room is equipped with furniture tailored just for us and will have an individual flair. Here you can see the exciting process. 

Color Selections!

Here is an inside look at our world of colors. With the help of our interior designers, we looked at the entire building at different times of day to see how the light played off surfaces in order to find the perfect color for each room. We think the harmony of the pastels we chose give the rooms an elegant and luxurious touch.

Windows

All our windows can be opened – both for fresh air and to get a view of the urban surroundings around the hotel. Maybe you enjoy the view while you have a cup of coffee from the coffee machine in your room.

This is where we store our designer classics

Today we want to give you a quick look at our treasure chest. To find these unique designer classes, Petra Bräutigam attended many auctions, combed the internet for rarities and even went through the shelves at junk dealers in search of those old treasures. “It was very important to us not to be all furniture off the shelf” says Petra Bräutigam,

The Original Building

The building was constructed in the 1960s and served many years as the headquarters for the Stuttgart public pools. There were various retail stores on the ground floor such as the Osiander Book Store. During the reconstruction an additional floor was added to the five floor building so that it is now six stories. 

Construction Round Table

Every Monday there is a round table at the construction site. Here all the open items are discussed and questions answered - of course with physical distancing and masks!

Step by Step

The staircase covers a total of eight stories in the hotel. First the old surface was removed and the stairs were reset to the proper height (see the center photo). The new concrete stone floor recalls the 60s character of the building and has been upgraded with beautiful new railings. Soon we will be able to show you the highlight of the staircase – bet you can’t wait! Here is a hint: it has something to do with the lighting.

Welcome – take a look inside!

If you want to witness how a government administration building from the 60s was transformed into a design hotel in the heart of Stuttgart, visit us regularly at our building site blog. Here we show you the newest developments and we can observe together how our dream is slowly but surely becoming reality.

From the initial idea to the final implementation

Already in 2015, Michael Bräutigam was looking for a suitable location for a luxury design hotel in Stuttgart and was finally able to purchase the 1960s building, the former European House, at Pierre Pflümlin Platz behind the town hall. In the course of the construction work, the building was completely gutted and turned into a design oasis..

“We need a unique design hotel in our city center to fill a gap in the Stuttgart hotel market and is a heart project for me”, says Michael Bräutigam. We are excited that we can soon welcome you to your new favorite place!

Teamwork makes the Dreamwork

Behind every big project is an even bigger team. On our construction site, 33 trades are represented, which give their best every day. From architects to electricians, raw builders to builders. We're all working hard to get a little closer to our goal every day.