The Kammerzell House in Strasbourg
The house bears the name of the grocer Kammerzell, its owner in the nineteenth century but owes its current appearance to Martin Braun, a cheese merchant, who acquires it in 1571.
The rich decoration of the facade, both secular and sacred, is inspired by the Bible, Greco-Roman antiquity and the Middle Ages.
The restoration campaign of 1892 darkened the whole, but this setting still bears witness to the cultural influences of a Strasbourg bourgeois in the sixteenth century.
Inside the building, you can admire Leo Schnug's remarkable mural paintings, made around 1905. Maison Kammerzell is a 15-minute walk from the hotel via rue Général de Castelnau.