> Lumiere hotel
Many people do not feel like living in a noisy resort centre. As opposed to
it Lumiere lies in a midtown in just a three minutes walk to the central square,
the bus and the railway station and it will take as little as -10 mfhutes to
walk or descend in a rack-railway to the sea shore. Everything is conveniently
near and |he al^'smells of pines that you can breathe in a feeing of .deep peace
and quiet as the hotel is hedged off the central street by a small park.
Lumiere is an art-hotel. All rooms are created after original interior designs.
Original candelabras, poster-decorated walls and the colour treatment of staircases
and passages create a unique atmosphere of cinematogra phy.
The hotel has twenty double rooms, whereof ten with balconies. 16 rooms are
"DBL Standard" and "TWIN Standard" and are guest-specific.
They are knit together by ultra high class security and comfort, a combination
of stylish design and homeliness. Each room complies with the highest standards
of hotel service from luxurious beds with merino wool mattresses to the bed
linen of Egyptian cotton and the floor covering of natural wool. All furniture
are custom-built. The windows offer a beautiful prospect to the park and the
Party a century since the Brothers juste Lumiere presented to the ankind one
of the greatest illusions - the cinema. The fascination of this magic will never
break, for the parallels between the movie theatre and the life are to evident
as the shots of a nail-biting э are flickering and you starring in! You are
invited to proceed with the game - so... you are welcome to Lumiere where the
line between reality and illusion is so fine that you may find yourself the
other side of the camera. You are quite in another space and another stream
of time. The screenplay of our movie is written to give a guest a feeling of
being both a spectator and a hero, even a producer.
The Lumiere Hotel stands on the Baltic coast in the centre of Svetlogorsk
known by its former name Rauschen - the best East Prussian. It is still called
the Pearl of Baltics or Little Switzerland in the West of Russia.