Redesign of public areas "Parkhotel Quellenhof"
Asset manager “Jagdfeld Real Estate” has now also successfully completed the comprehensive refurbishment of the public areas in its “Parkhotel Quellenhof” property in Aachen, which now also presents itself to all restaurant and day guests in a completely new look. The investment volume amounts to around € 630,000.
“After thoroughly modernising the rooms and suites on the 3rd floor in spring, we have now been able to comprehensively refurbish the public areas around the lobby, fireplace and tea room as well as the conference rooms. The ‘Quellenhof’ has become more modern and approachable and combines refreshing elegance with great tradition,” says Benedikt Jagdfeld, head of “Jagdfeld Real Estate”, which is carrying out the modernisation on behalf of the owners.
The craftsmen realised the design concept of internationally renowned interior designer Anne Maria Jagdfeld in several months of meticulous detail work and tackled the fireplace and tea hall, rotunda, corridors, lobby and the London, Vienna and Lakme event rooms, completely renovating or renewing the floors, ceilings and walls and then fitting them with new furniture, curtains and energy-saving lighting. The refurbishment focussed on using as few resources as possible so that a lot of the furniture could be recycled instead of having to be disposed of. Just last spring, Jagdfeld Real Estate invested almost three million euros in the fundamental modernisation of 33 rooms and suites at the Parkhotel Quellenhof.
The fact that the “Parkhotel Quellenhof” was once again recognised as one of the 101 best hotels in Germany is almost a mirror image of this. The Düsseldorf-based “Handelsblatt”, “IU International Hochschule”, Madame and “Passion for Excellence AG”, the organisers of the competition (https://die-101-besten.com), which is “exclusively geared towards the high service standards of guests”, recently selected Aachen’s first address from over 11,000 hotels. “This is a great and well-deserved recognition of our work, which spurs us on,” says Benedikt Jagdfeld happily.