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Biohotel Sturm – the way to more organic

November 3, 2020 Hotel Feature No Comments Email Email

Today our path leads us to the Rhön, more precisely to Mellrichstadt where we will find the Biohotel Sturm along with Christa and Matthias Schulze Dieckhoff.

The hoteliers, who learned their trade from scratch, had a vision, and their journey to achieve this vision was not always easy. They have been working hand in hand since 1987 in the hotel which was built in 1976. It was founded and constructed by Christa Schulze Dieckhoff’s father, a building contractor named Otto Sturm. It was the first professionally managed hotel and restaurant in the region, not far from the former East Germany border. In the early days, the hotel was filled with bus travelers attracted by the nearby border. After the opening of the border new concepts and strategies had to be found and the passionate biker and hotelier Matthias Schulze Dieckhoff was able to, very successfully, develop attractive offers for motorcyclists.

In 1996, the couple leased the hotel from her parents and invested in its expansion. Eight years later, they purchased the house and created a swimming pond on the two-hectare plot, which is filled with Grander revitalized water in today’s bio-hotel. Their investment capital was exhausted for the time being, but not their ideas and visions! They used holiday trips to find new inspiration. “It is important to get out and have a look around”, emphasizes Christa Schulze Dieckhoff. The couple deliberately chose to talk to colleagues in order to obtain detailed information.

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