Living in the former state bank – guest room in the "Notenbank"

The sophisticated vestibule, vaults in the basement, large ticket hall and director's room tell of the eventful history of the house, which you can experience up close: Stay overnight in the former Thuringian State Bank! The building was built in 1893/94, renovated in the 1920s and used by various banks until 2013. Although the use has changed, the charm of the Golden Twenties has remained. Above all, the historic elevator from 1926 - one of the oldest elevators in Thuringia - is really impressive and has been back in operation since 2016. Today the central bank is a place for creative people, events and concerts – a "central bank" in the best sense possible. In the attic there is a cozy guest room for 1-2 guests as well as four spacious apartments for 3 to 6 people. Modern living in a historic ambience - and just a stone's throw from Frauenplan or the Bauhaus University.

Incidentally, the guest room named after Bach is not only reminiscent of the years that the world-famous composer spent in Weimar, but also of the fact that Johann Sebastian Bach fell into disfavor here and was jailed. He had dared to sign a new contract while having existing employment and fled Weimar by moonlight! This angered the duke, who had Bach thrown into prison, which was certainly not as comfortable as our guest room ...

Amenities:

  • Small room (8 sqm) with shower and toilet for 1-2 guests 
  • Located in the attic of the historic Thuringian central bank (with elevator)
  • 2 sleep possibilities: down pull-out sofa (160 x 200 cm), above loft bed (120 x 200 cm)
  • Access to the roof terrace
  • Only 300 meters from Goethe's house
  • Several parking spots right in front of the house in the Steubenstraße and Hegelstraße

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