This particular hotel came back to its original function by being a hotel of charm.

Erected in 1759 to serve as a second residence to Father Abbot of the Ettenheimmunster Benedictine Abbey.
You will find on the front side of the hotel a few architectural elements:

  • The miter of a Father Abbot over the entrance door.
  • A woman’s face representing piety on the first level, over the middle window.
  • Three cobs on the first level, under the middle window.

The building has been classified since 1922 as a historical monument, also known under the name of Ettenheimmunster.