The historic German spa town of Baden Baden will get a new luxury hotel addition in October. Billed as a “luminous modern style icon located near the Black Forest,” Roomers Baden-Baden was decorated by Italian design star Piero Lissoni, renowned not just for architectural work but also furniture design, interiors, and graphic design. Filled with light from floor-to-ceiling windows, the 130 guest rooms are decorated with hardwood floors and neutral tones. Luxurious bathrooms come with both showers and soaking tubs, plus amenities by Dreckig Bleiben.
As this is Baden-Baden, the spa facilities will decidedly be a big focus: it’s a 500 square meter space with a hammam and fitness room. The moriki restaurant—named for Mori, which means forest, and Ki, which means life energy—will serve “haute pan-Asian cuisine” prepared by Chef Duc Ngo. Roomers Baden-Baden will also offer meeting and event space (four conference rooms will accommodate 200 people). Last but not least: The rooftop bar will have an infinity pool with views over the spa town and the Black Forest. Roomers Baden-Baden will be part of the Autograph Collection.