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Palais Prince Carl

Short facts

  • Heidelberg

Today the Palais Prinz Carl offers a stylish event room with that certain something.

Former inn, named after the Elector Karl Theodor "Prince Carl". In 1823 the hotel was taken over by the hotelier Sebastian Frank and converted into a hotel. He enlarged the hotel by purchasing neighboring properties and ensured that the grand hotel achieved international importance.
The property has belonged to the city of Heidelberg since 1917. In 1978 the building was demolished, but the hall of mirrors was preserved and integrated into the successor building.

Today the premises are used as offices by the city administration and for events - the historic mirror hall in particular is a real gem, as is the atmospheric vaulted cellar.

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Palais Prince Carl
Kornmarkt 1
69117 Heidelberg

Phone: +49 6221 6515217
Website: palaisprinzcarl.de

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