Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Der Teufelhof BaselPart cultural center, part boutique...

Der Teufelhof Basel

Part cultural center, part boutique guesthouse, Der Teufelhof Basel accommodates guests in creative, artist-designed rooms in a mix of styles and configurations.

The property occupies two 18th-century townhouses in the heart of Basel’s old town and includes two distinctive hotels: Art Hotel (Kunsthotel) – where each unit is a work of art with regularly changing decor theme, and the Gallery Hotel, with its sleek, contemporary rooms and rotating exhibitions.

The guesthouse’s most unique features are its own German-speaking theater and the Archaeological Cellar, which houses parts of the city’s 11th and 13th-century walls as well as a wine shop with over 450 labels to choose from.

Teufelhof’s exclusive culinary offerings range from innovative global cuisine at Atelier to gourmet à-la-carte dining at the award-winning Bel Etage restaurant.

Photos celebrateing women working in traditionally-male professions

Heather Marold Thomason, the Head Butcher at Kensington Quarters in Philadelphia, PA
Sadie Samuels, Lobster Fisher in Rockport, ME

Mindy Gabriel, firefighter in Upper Arlington, OH

Alison Goldblum, a property developer in Philadelphia, PA

Kris Alvarez, Senior Geologist at the Round Mountain Gold Mine in Round Mountain, NV

Mira Nakashima, Designer and Woodworker at George Nakashima Woodworking in New Hope, PA

Leeann Johnson, Haul Truck Driver at the Round Mountain Gold Mine in Round Mountain, NV

Jordan Ainsworth, Mill Operator at the Round Mountain Gold Mine in Round Mountain, NV

Christina Burris, Brewer and Operations Manager at St. Benjamin’s Brewing in Philadelphia, PA

Nancy Poli, Pig Farmer at Stryker Farms in Saylorsburg, PA