A Luxury Collection Destination, Germany
Once home to Goethe and Schiller, this small Renaissance town spawned both a fabled republic and the famously innovative Bauhaus art school. Between its intellectual and artistic heritage and its lush natural surroundings, the well-preserved Enlightenment center offers an escape from the modern world.
Named for Weimar’s most famous patroness, the Michelin-starred Anna Amalia restaurant serves both local and Italian-inspired dishes from chef Marcello Fabbri.
The Elephant has been a meeting place for poets, musicians, and artists since it opened its doors in 1696, attracting the likes of Goethe, Bach, Gropius, and Thomas Mann.
Perched on the city’s historic Marktplatz, the hotel occupies pride of place in Weimar, its cafe tables spilling out onto the square, its architecture among the most iconic.
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