Fancy Facts from DORMERO Hotels
The DORMERO hotels are pretty fancy and have a lot to report.
DORMERO Hotel Berlin Ku'damm
■ The various statues in the conservatory and lounge appear to have different faces every time you look at them.
DORMERO Hotel Bonn · Windhagen
■ The hotel with the chain’s largest wellness area.
DORMERO Hotel Frankfurt Messe
■ DORMERO’s greediest pets live at the hotel in Frankfurt.
■ The longest regular guests have been checking in 4 days a week for the last 4 years.
DORMERO Hotel Hannover
■ A couple of blackbirds, which the staff have called Herbert and Bärbel, have been amusing themselves in the backyard for quite some time.
■ The longest-residing guest stayed at the hotel for three quarters of a year.
DORMERO Hotel Kelheim
■ 5 guests who partied in the SONDERBAR have already slept in the DORMERO bed next to reception.
■ 25 new white balls have had to be bought for the billiard table since the opening in March 2016.
DORMERO Hotel Passau
■ The lobby was set up in just 24 hours.
■ The hotel in Passau has the most accessible rooms in the chain, four in total.
DORMERO Hotel Plauen
■ The longest-serving pet has been living in Plauen since 2007: Siggi, the tomcat.
■ The SONDERBAR at the hotel is THE dance club in the town with weekly Zumba, tango and salsa events.
DORMERO Hotel Rotes Ross Halle
■ 100 different animals live in the 2,500 litre salt water aquarium.
■ 40,000 mini bar drinks are consumed ever year.
DORMERO Hotel Stuttgart
■ 100,598 litres of beer were drunk in 2015. That equals 24 litres of beer for every resident in Windhagen.
■ 7,416.12 kilometres of toilet paper were used at the hotel in 2015.
DORMERO Schlosshotel Reichenschwand
■ The important features of Schloss Reichenschwand originate from Johann Wilhelm von Furtenbach, who rebuilt the castle between 1700 and 1770. It was built by the Lords of Strahlenfels as a moated castle around 1300.
■ The oldest employee is 64 and the youngest is just 17.