From a children's home to a hotel

Hotel Spatzenhof, Wermelskirchen

The country house Spatzenhof is located in the district Süppelbach and welcomes its guests in a rural location. In addition to numerous rooms, the hotel restaurant also offers high-quality furnished themed suites and plenty of space for events. The building, like the surrounding houses in Süppelbach, was designed by the Berlin architect Hans-Heinrich Müller. With the conversion, the Spatzenhof was completely repositioned. Signs were to be set that would be noticed far beyond the city boundary.

The building was built in 1913 by Clara von Krüger as a children's home for boys - consisting of dormitories, lounges and wardens' rooms - and is now a popular hotel in the nature park of the so called "Bergisches Land".

The six themed suites in the Hotel Spatzenhof were named after famous personalities and were individually designed: from Johann Sebastian Bach to Marilyn Monroe and Coco Chanel, Edgar Allan Poe to Leo Tolstoy and Miss Marple. Also included: our solo® light switch range and the Busch-priOn® control elements.