Art Meets Culinary Perfection: Hotel Louis C. Jacob, Hamburg, Germany

The Hotel Louis C. Jacob is a magnificent 200-year-old historic mansion overlooking the Elbe River in Hamburg. To acknowledge its elegance, world traveler and wine connoisseur Lady Glyde says it’s “a journey of art, culinary pleasures coupled with hospitality par excellence. I am not fond of the word ‘perfection’ — as I believe it does not exist in an imperfect world. Two words describe our afternoon at Jacobs — Blissful perfection.”

She continues: “Art meets culinary perfection, I have never experieced such a tango on my palate, one to be remembered and cherished. Its been almost two months since we have had the pleasure of dining at Jacobs, which in my humble opinion is the best of the best in Germany.”

The Louis C. Jacob offers the kind of European splendor in which we’d all love to indulge. It features timeless decor, French-inspired cuisine that has garnered multiple awards, the world famous Lime Tree Terrace, a wine list frm the corners of the world, and the Kleines Jacob wine bar for sampling home-cooked dishes and European wines.

W: Hotel Louis C. Jacob.
A: Elbchaussee 401-403, D-22609 Hamburg.
T: +49.40.82255-0.
E: jacob@hotel-jacob.de.

[Via www.kglyde.blogspot.com.]

Posted by Gil Zeimer on September 14, 2006 in Travel

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