Schlosshotel Hugenpoet

phone parking mini bar restaurant conference room / places television / TV room pets allowed bed + bike Wlan non-smokers-rooms / -house Connection to the Ruhrvalley cycle track busstop
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House description

Schloss Hugenpoet guests are treated to a fascinating journey through more than 350 years of history upon entering the imposing water castle whose origins

date back to the 17th century. The interior design of its 36 rooms and suites is a clever combination of antique furnishings and modern innovations, achieved in the most pleasant way possible – which is what

ultimately matters. Choosing to sojourn here means opening the door to exclusivity and excellent service, individual charm and a unique ambiance. Wedding couples will find this the ideal place to celebrate the biggest day of

their lives. Salons, halls with tapestried walls, and the hotel’s own chapel ensure a superb ambiance. The castle park offers a splendid backdrop with romantic enclaves for wedding photos. An open¬air ceremony in the park is also possible. The castle is less than 20 minutes by car from the trade¬fair cities of Düsseldorf and Essen, making it an attractive location for meetings and conferences. Golfers, hikers, and cyclists will also be impressed by the extensive range of activities available in the area, and they will have much to tell at dinner. On that note, chef de cuisine Erika Bergheim will ensure an unforgettable dining experience – just as she has for the past 20 years. She oversees the HUGENpöttchen and LAURUSHAUS kitchens and knows what her guests expect – exclusive delicacies, and nothing less. Hugenpoet: the perfect destination to keep coming back to.



August-Thyssen-Straße 51
45219 Essen 
+49 (0)2054 12040
+49 (0)2054 120450


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