"Without art, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable."
George Bernhard Shaw

The love and appreciation for art of the owners of Das Stue is constantly visible throughout the whole property. All public areas display a curated selection of their private collection, boasting an impressive range of early fashion photography and portraits. Guests can marvel at black-and-white works from the likes of Horvat, Steichen or Newton, commissioned from magazines like Harper’s Bazaar or Vogue from the 50s and 60s as well as distinctly private shots of movie stars like Dorian Leigh, Marilyn Monroe and Marlene Dietrich, captured by Penn, Avedon or Bohrmann. Catalogues about the works on display are available at the concierge.

Sculptures like the crocodile’s head of French artist Quentin Garel or Benedetta Mori’s meshwire animals act as a reminiscence to the adjacent zoo and were acquired exclusively for the hotel.