he Oetker Collection comprises of a selection of world-renowned luxury five-star hotels, all managed by professional hoteliers.
Officially established in 2008, when the hotel collection was formalised under The Oetker brand, it actually dates back to the 1870s when Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa first opened its doors. The Oetker family purchased the Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa in 1923, igniting their love affair with, and acquisition of, magnificent hotels in spectacular locations.
Currently, The Oetker Collection consists of nine stunning Masterpiece Hotels and more than 150 private villas and estates around the world, including in France, England, Geneva, Italy, Brazil and The West Indies. Each stunning property is unique and iconic with its own timeless features, varied architectural style, design and décor, from impressive châteaux and grand city mansions to secluded mountainous and island retreats.
However, despite each hotel being unique, what’s common throughout The Oetker Collection is the beautifully appointed accommodation, fine dining and first-class service, with many of their hotels included in the exclusive ‘The Leading Hotels of the World’ collection.
Here’s a brief overview of Oetker’s spectacular hotel collection.
The Lanesborough, London
Located on Hyde Park Corner in Knightsbridge, London, The Lanesborough boasts views over Hyde Park and is just a short walk from Buckingham Palace and high-end shops including the world-famous Harrods department store.
Renovated by the famous interior designer Alberto Pinto, the mansion’s décor complements the building’s Regency architecture, with ornate ceilings and hand-painted detailing throughout. Its 93 beautifully decorated, spacious rooms and suites ooze luxury. The Lanesborough has a Michelin-starred restaurant, Library Bar, Garden Room and an exclusive Club & Spa, for private members and guests only. This is the only hotel in London with round-the-clock butler service for all guests, with 35 butlers on hand.
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, Baden-Baden
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa is situated in Baden-Baden, on the north-western border of the Black Forest. Opened in 1872, this award-winning iconic hotel sits within an expansive private park. Its charming character is echoed in its classic and opulent décor with a number of antiques showcased throughout. There are 100 sizable guestrooms, some of which have balconies overlooking the park. Brenners Restaurant features two Michelin stars, with The Wintergarten using ingredients from the Black Forest.
Villa Stéphanie, Baden-Baden
Villa Stéphanie is situated next to the Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa. This mansion features a 5,000 square metre spa over five floors and provides an integrated approach to health and wellbeing. Its team of professional health specialists, including dieticians and therapists, are devoted to giving visitors the ultimate, holistic spa experience.
Le Bristol, Paris
Le Bristol sits on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the heart of Paris. The hotel was fully renovated in 2019 but still showcases the best of quintessential Parisian chic décor and features unique antique furniture. The 188 rooms and suites boast marble touches, dazzling chandeliers and gilded mirrors. Some of the rooms and suites have terraces overlooking the hotel’s exquisite garden and the city.
It boasts four Michelin stars between its restaurant, Epicure, and brasserie, 114 Faubourg. The hotel’s Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie has a rooftop swimming pool that opens onto a vast solarium, with stunning Parisian views.
L’Apogée Courchevel, Courchevel
Located in the heart of the Jardin Alpin, one of Courchevel’s most exclusive areas, L’Apogée Courchevel has superb views over the valley. It features 53 elegant rooms and suites, a penthouse and two chalets with personal butlers and private, direct, access to the slopes. The hotel’s décor is contemporary with elegant marble fitted bathrooms.
A mere 100 yards from ski lifts, the property boasts a ski boutique, ski room and heated swimming pool. The hotel’s restaurants serve a range of cuisines including traditional French and Japanese. A seasonal hotel, opening in mid-September, the staff often circulate between Château Saint-Martin and Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc during L’Apogée Courchevel’s low season.
Château Saint-Martin & Spa, Vence
The Château Saint-Martin & Spa, located in Vence, was originally a 12th Century Knight Templar Castle. This seasonal, hilltop hotel boasts breath-taking panoramic views across the Mediterranean Sea. The property has been recently renovated, with all guestrooms and suites boasting luxurious interiors. Its six private villas, just a short distance from the Château, provide exclusive accommodation for those seeking a secluded retreat.
The hotel’s restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Le Saint-Martin, have magnificent views of the French Riviera and its award-winning spa offers luxury treatments, some of which can be enjoyed in the garden.
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Antibes
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc sits on the seafront and is just a short walk from the spectacular Cap d’Antibes peninsula. Celebrating its 150-year anniversary in 2020, the hotel features a private bay and parkland, alongside its main restaurant, Louroc, which earned its first Michelin star in 2021.
The hotel has 118 guestrooms situated across three of the hotel’s residences, all of which boast fresh and light décor while retaining the hotel’s traditional charm. The property’s private villas are a discreet distance from the main hotel. Its newest villa, the Villa Sainte-Anne, will welcome guests from May 2021. Due to the hotel’s secluded location, this is a popular spot for celebrities.
Eden Rock, St Barthélemy
Surrounded by sandy beaches and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, Eden Rock is located in St Jean Bay. Following closure due to the impact of Hurricane Irma, the hotel reopened in 2020. It has 37 unique rooms, suites and villas located on the rocky outcrop, along the beach or within the hotel’s gardens. Past guests include revered Hollywood stars.
Jumby Bay Island
Oetker’s exclusive 300-acre Jumby Bay Island resort is located off the northeast coast of Antigua and is only reachable by boat. The resort features 28 tastefully decorated suites and luxury vacation villas spread across a beautiful private island with white beaches dotted with palm trees. It also offers 22 private residences for more discreet or longer stays. This is an all-inclusive retreat. Fine-dining and daily events including rum tastings, cooking classes, workout classes and yacht trips are available.
Palácio Tangará, São Paulo
Palácio Tangará is uniquely situated within the beautifully landscaped green oasis of Burle Marx Park, just a short distance from the bustle of the heart of São Paolo city. Its 141 generously sized guestrooms and suites, all provide stunning views over the park. The hotel offers gourmet dining orchestrated by Michelin-starred chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
The Woodward, Geneva
Located on the shores of Lake Geneva, with panoramic views of Mont Blanc, The Woodward is currently undergoing renovation and is due to open in September 2021. With 26 luxury suites, 21 of which will have views across Lake Geneva, this will be Geneva’s first all-suite hotel. Each suite will have its own distinctive design, and the 1,200 square metre spa and fitness centre will feature the longest indoor swimming pool in Geneva.
Hotel La Palma, Capri
Hotel La Palma, Oetker Collection’s first Italian venture, is due to open in April 2022. Originally Capri’s first hotel, dating back to 1822, and located in the heart of Capri, the property is currently being transformed into an elegant new hotel with 50 rooms and suites, each with its own private balcony or terrace. Hotel La Palma will also have a rooftop bar and restaurant and beach club, pool and spa.
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