If one thinks of famous personalities from Lübeck, the family “Mann” immediately come to mind. The most famous of the family was Thomas Mann, who became known for his novel “Buddenbrooks”. Naturally we have dedicated one of our historical double rooms for the Nobel Laureate of Literature in our hotel. Since he also mentioned the “Fischergrube” as his Senator Merchants House in his novel, the Thomas Mann room is facing just this same quiet, charming little side- street.
This room reflects the simple and unique charm of our historical building, high ceilings, handwoven wool carpets with lovely antique style mahogany furniture. It is the perfect setting, that mirrors the period that this noble prize winning author lived in and wrote about. This charming room, may inspire you to read the Buddenbrooks by the light of the antique bed lamp.
Even though we take great care to maintain the historic characteristics of this traditional heritage building, we ensure our guests all the comforts of the present day. There is a modern bathroom with a shower as well as a separate toilet.