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Forms, pictures and feelings: the artist Elmar Trenkwalder works both as a sketcher and painter on the one hand, and as a sculptor on the other. In his work produced for Hotel Greif he combines sketching and sculpturing for the first time.

The erotic and three-dimensional meld in the artistically carved triptych on the wall beside the bed. Three landscape drawings are framed in a fantastical, imaginary architecture featuring sensual forms.

As a warm, soft material the wood comprising the frame is reflected in the gold of the silk curtains and envelops the room in a gentle, sensuous atmosphere.

The ink drawing “Rokoko-Skizze” (1920) (Rococo sketch) by the artist Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando (1877-1954) hangs over the desk where one of the original rounded chairs from the old Hotel Greif beckons the guest. As a satirical author and sketcher he was an exceptional phenomenon who seduces us into a realm of fantasy full of whimsical and erotic daydreams. In doing so he also reinterprets figures from mythology and history in an absurd manner.
34 sqm. 
View on Piazza Walther
Twin room with comfortable beds size 200x210m. Extra bed or baby cot possible.
Air conditioning, interactive TV system with sat-TV and radio, free Wi-Fi, safe, telephone, minibar, tea corner, umbrella.
Marble bathroom with bath tub, hairdryer, bathrobe, bathroom slippers and Pure Green organic body care products.