Roomers in Baden-Baden is a newly built hotel and a unique style icon located in the Black Forest and designed by Piero Lissoni. Roomers opened in October 2016 and bears the hallmarks of the Italian designer Piero Lissoni, becoming a unique style icon. Bright and spacious rooms combined with a cosy and likewise elegant atmosphere invite the guests and locals to experience the specific Roomers spirit. Lissoni is responsible for the overall concept of the interior design, the frontage and the garden landscaping. The building front shows all-over windows and two antique Spanish church porches, which is, along with the Rooftop Bar, one of several reasons why Roomers mesmerises guests from the first view.In Roomers Baden-Baden, urban design meets the nature of the Black Forest: guests can see mixed pieces from several artists and photographers, in the lobby for example photographs of the Black Forest and traditional paintings with a modern twist. Moreover, the guests can look over the Black Forest from several rooms, the view from the Rooftop Bar and the spa area is especially fantastic. The ground flooe shows the aesthetics and minimalism that Lissoni creates, classic and modern designs which are intensified by using different materials and textures. Natural colours dominate the hotel and provide a sensually elegant ambience, but also a cosy and intimate atmosphere. In addition, there is no typical reception desk at Roomers, instead there are some tables inviting the guests and locals to talk and relax whilst waiting to check in or out. All this makes Roomers an appealing hotel to guests, which builds the perfect basis for the staff to carry out their authentic hospitality.With contemporary design and an innovative hotel concept, Roomers in Baden-Baden reinterpret the classic Grand Hotels. The design is a combination of modern and classic elements and, with its natural colours, makes Roomers a hotel with an elegant and cosy atmosphere that fits perfectly to the surrounding nature of the Black Forest and the beautiful city of Baden-Baden. In addition, there are some disruptions by integrating some details that no-one would have expected to find there, for example colour spots, or a monkey statue on the shelf.