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Housed in a stately historic mansion replete with its own park in the German- French city of Saarlouis, LA MAISON’s 37 rooms are spread across the historic and modern extension of the building. The hotel’s cutting-edge new extension wows with its bronzed, folded-aluminum exterior and oiled oak windows. The fine dining restaurant, Louis, serves gourmet cuisine by talented chef Martin Stopp who has worked in various Michelin-starred restaurants. A glassed winter garden and park accommodates the bistro Pastis and a delicatessen shop.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
After going to culinary school, working in a Michelin-starred restaurant, and managing the family’s frozen food business, Günter Wagner stepped fully into the hospitality industry with LA MAISON. Drawing upon knowledge acquired from working with a father, Wagner attracts guests from far and wide through excellent food and attentive service.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Saarlouis-native architects Christine Beaumont and Achim Gergen undertook the renovation and extension of LA MAISON, which now features a glassed winter garden, a sculptural white staircase, and a folded aluminum façade with oiled oak windows. Inside, herringbone hardwood floors and bespoke leather furnishings set the grand tone, while mood lighting allows guests to tweak their environs as they please. Stuttgart-based designer Birgit Nicolay says “whether it’s a four-poster bed or a freestanding bathtub, there should be an ‘aha’ effect.” This was the thought behind the rich imperial color scheme and the visualized quotes that link the modern interiors to Saarlouis’ history.