“Providing a temporary home”: Christian Wagner, PILLHOFER Hotel
Why could Christian Wagner make come true his very personal great dream with PILLHOFER Hotel? Undoubtedly because he wants to provide, beyond good meals, also a “temporary home”! The Nuremberg native is a passionate host who learned his métier from scratch. To his cookery and hotel management diplomas, Christian added further studies and became a certified hotel manager. Whenever the hotelier isn’t caring for the needs of his guests or staff at his hotel, he likes to travel and let himself be inspired by other hotels, different cities and countries. Lessons learned this way use to have a certain influence on his own hotel – much to the joy of his guests, many of whom come over and over again. This may be due to the very personal suggestions and recommendations the hotelier gives for their stay in Nuremberg. See below some of Christian’s favorite places for a felicitous vacation day. Enjoy reading and trying out!
Your host at the “Hotel am Heideloffplatz”: Anne Krodel
If you ask Anne Krodel what she likes most about her job she is quick to answer: Meeting a variety of people, getting to know and welcome new guests, finding out about their lives and offering them a cozy home away from home – this is what Anne Krodel enjoys most. Hospitality runs in her blood: She learned her profession in her parents’ hotel and after a stay in England, her career soon brought her to Nuremberg. She loves to spend her free time in the city – so you too can profit from Anne Krodel’s very personal suggestions for a perfect day in Nuremberg.
Familie Hirschfelder und Stephanie Scheuerecker
New to this industry, just taking advantage of the situation, architect family Hirschfelder seized the opportunity to transform an old prime site hotel into a mere jewel. While planning reconstruction works together, they reflected upon how to make a hotel accommodation more pleasant and comforting when faced with modern nomadic life. Junior Ferdinand Hirschfelder manages the private hotel, assisted by Stephanie Scheuerecker who learned hotel industry from scratch; she first verifies the feasibility of new ideas and implements them with passion, where appropriate.
Inspiration hotel: your host at Designhotel Vosteen
Asked what her very personal inspiration is, Christina Summerer doesn’t hesitate to answer: it’s her own hotel captivating her day by day with new ideas and challenges! Now and again, it’s about improving details or processes to make her guests feel more pampered. Christina Summerer collects different impulses during numerous travels and excursions. Also her job career led her through Southern France, Italy, and Switzerland until she became manager of her family enterprise. As of 2006, Christina Summerer has welcomed her guests in her own Designhotel Vosteen – a task she is fascinated with, day by day anew. During her scarce leisure time, the hotelier enjoys spending hours with her husband and her child, meeting friends, and discovering the special moments in the everyday life. Here she reveals to her guests ian overview of the most recommendable corners of her home town Nuremberg. We wish you much pleasure reading and trying them out!
A true Franconian: Your host at Hotel Klughardt
Pretty early in life, Elisabeth Klughardt knew which career path she wanted to pursue - it was the obvious choice to take over her parents‘ business. Flexibility, cultural diversity and dealing with people from all over the world are challenges that Elisabeth loves taking on: She only stops once all her guests are happy and feel comfortable! In her spare-time, the hotelier loves making the most of her home region: Franconia. This includes trips to the beautiful Franconian countryside as well as enjoying culinary and cultural delights. She would like to pass on some very personal tips for a perfect day in Nuremberg – have fun reading and exploring!
For love of the job: your host at Park Hotel Nuremberg
Charlotte Sigel loves her job – she is fond of being a host. That’s what her guests experience when they feel at home from the very first moment at Park Hotel Nuremberg. Working at a hotel, she particularly appreciates the interesting encounters with guests from throughout the world. After a career with the renowned Steigenberger Hotel group, she made her dream of a private hotel come true more than 30 years ago. During her scarce leisure time, Charlotte Sigel enjoys art and culture, including classic music, or relaxes while gardening. Your host gives you an overview on her perfect day in Nuremberg – with personal tips and suggestions to be explored and tried out!
Family Haag – your host at Hotel Marienbad
As soon as 42 years ago, Günter Haag took over the city center hotel Marienbad, close to the railway station. After the war, the former owner had given it the name Marienbad in memoriam of his home town Marienbad (Czech Republic). Thanks to his artisanal skills and his personal commitment, Günter Haag gave the house its size and its functionality. As a learned craftsman and former owner of a grocery, he managed to deploy his abilities also in the hotel industry. The very personal atmosphere of this hotel is due to the commitment of the whole family and the good-humored staff. Already the second generation takes care of their guests, following his spirit. This makes Hotel Marienbad to a true family-managed private hotel where you can feel at home.
Toni Behringer Hansen
Your host at Hotel Hamburg in Nuremberg: Toni Behringer Hansen
Toni Behringer Hansen is fond of the hotel industry. Before his hotelier activities, he was among others restaurant manager and sommelier in renowned establishments of superior gastronomy. He appreciates the challenges of his job: each day is different and each day brings about new tasks – the hotelier doesn’t know what boredom means. As a good host, he loves taking care of his guests and providing them with individual tips and suggestions. Here are some of those hints Toni Behringer Hansen revealed us. Enjoy reading and discovering!
Dream profession hotelier: your host at Hotel Prinzregent
Kathrin Winkler had already worked in most different areas before she entered the hotel industry. After studies of pedagogy and a leading management position in the IT realm, she has found her dream job as a host at Hotel Prinzregent. Tying contacts with most different people, making the acquaintance of great personalities, and making any guest’s stay as agreeable as possible – that’s what Kathrin Winkler appreciates most in her job. The satisfaction of guests and staff motivate her as well as successfully implemented ideas. During her leisure time, the hotelier prefers being together with her friends and her family, travelling foreign countries, and discovering other cultures. Kathrin Winkler gives you here her very personal tips for a vacation day in Nuremberg. Enjoy reading and discovering!
Inspiration Nuremberg: your host at Hotel Victoria
Hotel Victoria has been family-owned since 1920. Though, Sabine Powels needed an initial spark to be totally caught by “hotel fever”: after an apprenticeship and the following tourism studies, she did no longer think about any other profession. Sabine Powels is still fascinated by the ever-changing life at the hotel: the hotelier appreciates the contact with interesting guests from throughout the world, but also with her staff. Furthermore, Sabine Powels loves the challenges to face day by day and to overcome with both creativity and a lot of organizational talent. During her scarce leisure time, she is particularly fond of travelling – and gets inspired at a promenade across idyllic Nuremberg. In her program for a perfect day, Sabine Powels tells you about the most worthwhile activities!
Your hotelier with the “host gene”: Robert Horka
When asked about his vocational choice, Robert Horka uses to react with a twinkling of his eye. His love and passion for hotel industry are simply genuine – since his genome includes the “host gene” as a heritage of meanwhile four generations. As to his profession, he appreciates most the various activities and challenges to be faced day by day. Guests from throughout the world and with most different requirements should feel at home. When Robert Horka is not present in his establishment now and then, he prefers spending his leisure time in the open air, with his family and on travel. And it happens that the ingenious amateur gardener digs the soil and cultivates plants. As to Nuremberg, he appreciates the manifold opportunities and not least the excellent cuisine. Find here some very personal tips and suggestions by Robert Horka!
A family enterprise with tradition
The vocational choice was quite clear for Susanne Gaukler from the very beginning. She obviously had to carry on her parents’ enterprise. New guests from throughout the world give variety and the different cultures broaden her horizon and make some encounters unforgettable. So it’s become her life task to facilitate her guests from all over world a pleasant stay at her hotel.
“A gut instinct”: host Stefan Rottner about his activities at his hotel
Originally, Stefan Rottner wanted to become a football player. But then, guided by “a gut instinct”, he took his parents’ restaurant – and the rest is history. After attending cooking classes and becoming chef de cuisine as well as a certified restaurateur, the likable Nuremberg native welcomes his guests at his own Romantik Hotel Gasthaus Rottner. True to the motto “The way is the goal”, he carries on his profession with a lot of passion, a big deal of creativity, and positive thinking. His employees obtain appreciation and have the opportunity to assume personal responsibility – an important basis of the unparalleled atmosphere of this hotel. When the hotelier takes time out, he enjoys traveling, testing other hotels, or exchanging ideas with colleagues. And having got some spare time in Nuremberg, he enjoys doing sports or having a good meal, afterwards. Stefan Rottner reveals here how a perfect day in Franconia’s beautiful capital could look like – exclusively for his guests, of course. And now, please enjoy reading and testing!
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