Courtside 106 - 2 Queens - Klee Room
Room 106 features a large, two person hot springs bath and shower in a remodeled tile bathroom. Two queen sized pillow-top beds, 32" Samsung Flat Panel TV and faux wood flooring (no carpet) make this room your perfect hot springs escape. Featuring the artwork of Paul Klee (sounds like "Clay"). Park infront of your room. Two minute walk to the Hot Pools! Our Policies
- Bed Type
- 2 Queens
- Bath Type
- 2-Person Hot Springs Tub/Shower
- In-Room Amenities
- Flat Panel TV, Expanded Basic Cable TV, Free Wireless Internet, In-Room Geo-Thermal Heating, Microwave, Eco-Friendly Soaps/Shampoos, Mini-Fridge
- Amenity Notes
No phone in room, but there is a phone in the lobby of the Home Hotel.
- Paul Klee was born on December 18, 1879, in Munchenbuchsee, Switzerland, into a family of musicians. His childhood love of music was always to remain profoundly important in his life andwork.In 1912 he visited Paris, where he saw the work of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, and met Robert Delaunay. In 1914 Klee helped found the Neue MŸnchner Secession and color became central to his art after a revelatory trip to Tunisia in the same year. Klee taught at the Bauhaus in Weimar from 1921 to 1926 and in Dessau from 1926 to 1931.During his tenure, he was in close contact with other Bauhaus masters such as Kandinsky and Lyonel Feininger. In 1924 the Blaue Vier (the Blue Four), consisting of Lyonel Feininger, Jawlensky, Kandinsky, and Klee, was founded. Forced by the Nazis to leave his position in Dusseldorf in 1933, Klee settled in Bern the following year. Seventeen of his works were included in the Nazi exhibition of degenerate art, Entartete Kunst, in 1937.Klee died on June 29, 1940, in Muralto-Locarno, Switzerland. To learn more about the artist, click here.