Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa Debuts New Suites

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Germany's Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa has debuted three new suites. We hear the new accommodations combine classic architecture and European décor with contemporary touches that maintain the history of the property.

The one-bedroom suites have large windows and feature furniture and fixtures from France and England, as well as Indian Colonial stitching on sofa, ottoman and bedroom fabrics. The design emphasizes strong colors such as red and green, as well as contrasting materials including linen and silk.

The new suites were helmed by interior designer Countess Bergit Douglas and reflect her mix of the classic and modern with features such as a small international library and modern bar made of red glass. Modern technology has also been integrated throughout the suites, including flat screen TVs and Wi-Fi.

Brenners Park Hotel & Spa is a member of the Oetker Collection, which is comprised of Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Hôtel Le Bristol, Paris and Château Saint-Martin & Spa in Vence, France. 

Visit www.brenners.com/eng.

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