Willy Brandt was born on 18 December 1913 in Lübeck as Herbert Ernst Karl Frahm. Not only was he Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany from 1969 to 1974 but he was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1971.
More than 100 years later, the Willy Brandt room pays tribute to one of its most famous citizens, and describes his early years in Lübeck. Reflecting the buildings history, the room has large windows, which allows daylight to flood into the room. The interior is decorated with typical Hanseatic flair. A tea maker in the room invites you to a cup of Lübeck tea, which you may enjoy with a small piece of marzipan in the cosy armchairs. Although you are in the middle of the historic old town, the Willy Brandt room is facing a quiet side street. Resting in the comfortable box-spring bed, your peaceful sleep is guaranteed.
The bathroom was freshly renovated in a modern classic style. A pleasant rain shower ensures for a good start in the day.