Jagdfeld Real Estate hands over 33 new rooms and suites to the “Parkhotel Quellenhof” in Aachen

Jagdfeld Real Estate has now completed the comprehensive refurbishment of the entire 3rd floor of the “Parkhotel Quellenhof” in Aachen. Over the past nine months, the Düren-based hotel specialist has invested almost three million euros in the fundamental modernization of 33 rooms and suites, which can now be booked.

“When we took over the Quellenhof in 2020, we promised to make it Aachen’s top address again. The modernization of the 3rd floor is the first major milestone in this process. We are keeping our word and are continuing to carefully restore Aachen’s favourite place to its former glory,” says Benedikt Jagdfeld, head of Jagdfeld Real Estate, which is carrying out the modernization on behalf of the owners.

Some of the rooms have been completely rebuilt, as the previous 39 rooms have now become 27 rooms and 6 suites. The floor, walls (to the highest quality level Q4), ceilings, windows inside and out and balcony railings were renovated, new carpets were laid and new basic and decorative lighting was installed. New sofas, tables, desks, beds and curtains have been added, designed in three different color schemes for the different room types. Once again, the internationally renowned interior designer Anne Maria Jagdfeld, who already gave today’s Quellenhof its face and whose team recently worked on the much-vaunted modernization of central areas of the Adlon Kempinski Hotel in Berlin , was responsible for this.

Sustainability as a top priority

The Quellenhof always aims for the greatest possible sustainability, which is why the building’s technical systems have been completely renewed and the old heating and ventilation technology, including controls, have been replaced with energy-efficient appliances. Even the custom-made built-in furniture was not disposed of, but professionally refurbished by hand. The same applies to the natural stone floors and washbasins in the bathrooms, for which the architects have come up with a special highlight: Each guest can now listen to their own music program via Bluetooth using the newly installed loudspeakers. All light sources have been replaced by energy-saving LED lamps. And of course the hallway is also completely new thanks to new, heavy carpeting, a fresh coat of paint and modernized lighting.

“Despite the ongoing crisis in which we find ourselves – and Corona in particular has hit all hotels hard – we can stick to our course of renewal. The renovation of the public areas of the ‘Quellenhof’, which are already being planned, will be the next thing we tackle,” explains Benedikt Jagdfeld.

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