Dr. Henry Kissinger
The German-born American Henry Kissinger was the President’s National Security Advisor from 1969 to 1973 and Secretary of State from 1973 to 1977; during this time, he played a key role in U.S. foreign affairs under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. He advocated a controversial policy of using force in Vietnam, which brought an end to the conflict and won him the Nobel Peace Prize.
The rooms in this suite are dedicated to this great man. Warm colors and fine furniture create a very pleasant atmosphere in which you can relax and enjoy your stay – whether you are on a business trip or on vacation.
A balcony area adjoining the suite is comfortably furnished and offers an attractive view of the mature trees in the hotel garden.
- Living room with working desk and spacious sofas
- separated sleeping room with double bed (2 x 2 m)
- walk-in wardrobe
- Wireless LAN
- 2 LCD TV with cable TV (37″ in the sleeping room and 40″ in the living room)
- Mini-Stereo system
- Two international direct dial telephones (one portable handset)
- Pay TV
- Coffee and tea making facilities
- Trouser press
- Balcony with sunlounger and awning
- Underfloor heating
- 2 washing basins
- Vanity mirror
- Bathroom scale
- Bathrobe and slippers
- separate WC for guests