Some time ago I wrote a post about the most famous old fishing village of Dragor, in the whole of Copenhagen, giving an image of the incredible yellow houses-then is a small-situated in the main street of the town, now I come to speak of irregular-looking buildings, with gradients of ‘Schiefes hotel Haus of Ulm in Germany. It is built on a beautifully sloping channel in the old fishermen’s quarter, with white walls and dark wooden beams, one of the oldest houses in the city that also offers its guests modern facilities.
Even this building (dated 1406 and renovated in 1994/95 season) boasts of records and is undoubtedly the most photographed city in 1997 and entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the most crooked hotel in the world. Prices per night with buffet breakfast start at 119 Euros to stay in a double room (with a view to the north and relatively horizontal floor, to get to 160 € for a double room with panoramic mountain views. Package Wedding Night implies a luxury treatment with fruit and champagne from 239 € for a night with breakfast.
Hotel Schiefes Haus Ulm on map:
By Ina K