German romance

Far from the clamor of the big cities, photographer duo Arturo Bamboo finds inspiration in the soothing, romantic ambiance of the Schlosshotel. From the spacious rooms bathed in natural light to the vast landscaped grounds, the couple eternalizes life in the great outdoors just an hour from Berlin.

German romance

Long hallways with parqueted floors, chandeliers and wallpaper give the hotel a historical atmosphere

Far from the clamor of the big cities, photographer duo Arturo Bamboo finds inspiration in the soothing, romantic ambiance of the Schlosshotel. From the spacious rooms bathed in natural light to the vast landscaped grounds, the couple eternalizes life in the great outdoors just an hour from Berlin.

Just a few hours from Berlin and Hamburg you’ll find these natural landscapes which function as the backdrop for the hotel
Left: The historical facade of Schlosshotel Burg Schlitz 
Right: The green driveway up to the hotel’s entrance
Left: A place full of character
Right: The latest addition to the hotel: the Meissen Salon, a curated selection of the finest porcelain from the legendary manufacturer Meissen sets the sets for a private dining session
Left: Vistas to the castle’s English Landscape Park
Right: The Crest-Hall-Gourmet Restaurant
"A walk in the forest"
Crest-Hall-Gourmet Restaurant right before opening
A mix of historic details give the hotel a sense of place
A top floor suite overlooking the greenery surrounding the hotel
Hotel rooms so spacious, they feel more like apartments
Left: A piano in one of the salons
Right: A cosy corner
Left: The ornamented ceiling of the Crest-Hall-Gourmet Restaurant
Right: Schlosshotel Burg Schlitz’s entrance hall

 

All suites are different and feature antique furniture and extraordinary vistas
The surroundings feel like the German version of Tuscany
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