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The former hotel has been closed in 2007 and from the outside the building was unmistakably abandoned. But inside, it largely looked as if you only have to perform a few beauty repairs in order to use the hotel again.

My visit was already in 2012. I was told that the entrances were sealed later. I don't know what has become with it today.

 

 

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Amazingly clean location back then, i got to pic 30 before there was a hint of decay :o I wonder what happened to the place? Excellently photographed as usual Andy :thumb 

 

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6 minutes ago, hamtagger said:

Amazingly clean location back then, i got to pic 30 before there was a hint of decay :o I wonder what happened to the place? Excellently photographed as usual Andy :thumb 

 

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Thanks! :) 
Unfortunately, I don't know what the hotel looks like today. Emptied? Demolished? Vandalism? Reopened? No idea... I've never been there again because it's not near me.

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By the way, most of the green "plants" were made of plastic. The real plants (as in the pool) were dried up long ago.  ;)

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Looks like it would have been a lovely place to stay if I'm honest. I like 31, it's very quaint. Untouched goodness :) nice pics Andy :thumb 

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9 hours ago, hamtagger said:

Did this massive head-drier work? Never seen one like that before 

 

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I know these hairdryers in german swimming pools from my childhood, and they worked. Whether this one was still working, I don't know, the power was switched off.

 

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Wow, for somewhere that had been closed 5 years before your visit, it looks like the doors had just been closed the day before. If this place was in the UK, it wouldn't look like that after 5 years

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I asked a friend who lives nearby. He told me that you can see through the windows that many new sinks have been delivered. So the hotel will probably be renovated and will get a new use.

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