The new all-suite Palais Kayser is named after the cosmopolitan wine merchant Julius Kayser from Traben-Trarbach, who maintained excellent contacts with prominent figures from the worlds of business, art and literature around 1900. The ten suites, rich in detail and differently decorated, take the guest into the world of Julius Kayser. The 'Travel Cabinet', 'Literature Cabinet', the suite 'World Tour' etc. are inspired by the Belle Epoque. The attitude towards life, which was characterized by cultural awakening and technical progress, was translated into the present in terms of interior design. The 'Wohlfühlhaus' (eng.: feel-good house) is the third operating form of the well-known hotelier Matthias Ganter, who also runs the well-known 'Romantik Jugendstilhotel Bellevue' (eng.: romanticism art nouveau Bellevue) in Traben-Trarbach.