The fire damaged the hotel all other buildings in the area. Around 1855 the new building of the hotel was built. It belonged to C.F. Burwerth. At the end of 1855 the hotel was bought by C.E. Kühn
A. Meyer acquired the hotel. He was also a leaseholder of Smiltyne Kurhauz. After his death, his wife became the owner of the hotel. During The World War I, the name of the hotel was changed again.
a complex reconstruction of Klaipeda Old town took place and the old hotel building was reconstructed as well. Although the old hotel building lost its authenticity forever, the façade did not change significantly for ages. The corner stone with the owner’s surname carved on it in 1855 is still at the hotel.
the last reconstruction of the building carried out. After it, the hotel started to work as “National Hotel”. Welcome!