The cloth dealer Carolus Belier and his wife Francina had it build in the year 1592;
today, the venerable gable house of sandstone, full of fluted columns and ornately
carved window blocks, is a listing building.
“Persta invita Venus”-these words are inscribed in gold letter on the gable of the Renaissance
How many renovations in its more than 400 years history is not documented, however, on every occasion the respective owners and operators were well aware of this commission when designing the public areas and hotel rooms.
The architectural beauty and elegance of the renaissance building make the “Zum Ritter St. Georg” hotel the finest historical and most artistically valuable town house in Heidelberg.
And the charm of its nostalgia does not stop at its magnificent apparel - accompannies the guest of the former trade house through all rooms and every corner of the hotel.