Relaxing in natureFeaturing natural tones and pictures of exotic animals, one of our apartments is inspired by a native of Münster: Professor Hermann Landois (1835-1905), founder of the first “Westphalia Zoological Garden”. The spacious “Professor Landois” apartment has an open bedroom with a comfortable double bed and a large closet. In the open living and eating area, a fully equipped kitchenette awaits along with an eating corner, a chair, and a sofa bed for one additional guest. The modern bathroom features a toilet and a floor-level shower. The apartment also has a patio with seating.
For gourmetsThe fully equipped kitchen has everything you need to prepare a nutritious meal after a long day of exploring. It comes with a stove with a baking oven, microwave function and hood, a refrigerator with freezer and a Nespresso machine with hand filter. A coffee machine is available upon request. You will also find a variety of herbs and spices, plenty of cutlery, an electric kettle, a toaster, and a dishwasher.
Resting among the animalsSurrounded by impressive renderings of exotic animals, the living room is the perfect place to look back on – or plan – your trip to Münster’s Allwetterzoo. Relax in the comfortable chair or enjoy the cozy sofa, which can be turned into a single bed.
A place to replenish your strengthForget the day’s exertions in the modern bathroom, which features a floor-level shower and toilet. During your stay, we will of course provide you with towels and personal care products.
Sweet relaxationThe comfortable double bed in the open sleeping area is the perfect place to dream of exciting, exotic places. Blackout curtains make sure your dreams won’t be interrupted too early in the morning. Souvenirs for family and friends – perhaps from the zoo? – can be stored in the floor-to-ceiling closet.
Stove with baking oven
Refrigerator with freezer
Sofa bed for one person
Nespresso machine with hand filter
(Coffee machine upon request)
Towels and bedlinen
Crib upon request, no surcharge
High chair upon request, no surcharge
- Flatscreen TV
- Electric kettle
- Kitchen hood
- Smoke detector
- Hair dryer
- Cosmetic products
- Kitchen towels
- Blackout curtains
- Shared washing machine with dryer for general use
- Fresh fruit upon request
- Coffee and tea, cutlery, tableware, etc.
3D tour and details
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A Münster personality
Professor Hermann Landois (1835-1905) – priest, scientist, zoologist: these days, his life’s work can be seen throughout Münster. In 1875, he opened the first zoo in Westphalia, now known as the Allwetterzoo. The “Westphalian Provincial Natural History Museum” – the LWL Museum of Natural History – can be traced back to Professor Landois and his years of research.
He also played a major role in Münster’s modern cityscape. Back in the late 19th century, he advocated for the creation of an artificial lake to protect the city against floods and to secure drinking water for its citizens. Today, the Aasee is one of the city’s most popular attractions.