Jørgensens Hotel is located at Søndergade 17 - in the middle of the main street in Horsens. The baroque palace was originally built by the great businessman Gerhdt de Lichtenberg in 1744, who named the building "Det Lichtenbergske Palæ". The palace remained in the family's possession until 1813, when Gerhdt's descendants sold it and the building was converted into a guest house.
In 1843, Anders Jørgensen bought the palace and transformed it into Jørgensens Hotel, as it has been called ever since.
In 2018, Mads Hylleholt Bøttger took ownership of the hotel, which subsequently underwent an extensive restoration process that brought the building back to its former glory.
Today, the wish for the hotel is for it to be the preferred place for Horsens' citizens and visitors – a personal and historic boutique hotel, where guests feel that every detail carries a meaning.
The hotel consists of 59 rooms, Restaurant Eydes, a café and a wine bar as well as banquet rooms and meeting and conference facilities.
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