In the 1920's, my great grandfather, Joseph Schuler, took over the Hotel Victoria. Since then it has belonged to my family. You could say that the hotel business is in my blood. Yet it was probably enormous good luck that I could first go my own way, before settling down.
You can't say that my family forced me into the hotel business - until I chose it I had never spent a night in a hotel! Hard to believe, but true! We always traveled with a camper and the freedom of being on the road was what was passed on to me. So maybe it is natural that I have spent every free holiday for the last few years in my own orange camper bus. Even if I only have a short time, there are plenty of places close to Nuremberg that are particularly attractive. The main thing is to have my mountain bike and stand up paddle aboard, because the thing that most appeals to me are new discoveries, experiencing nature and getting out for some exercise.
Once and a while I am allowed on the roof of the Neues Museum. Here, I visit my bee hives together with my beekeeper Mr. Kobr, to see how our Hotel Victoria bees are doing. After all, we offer our guests organic honey from our own bees!
Because I love to travel and always want to see more of the world, I almost didn't take my grandfather's offer to take over the hotel. Thank goodness I was in love with Nuremberg, so I didn't miss the chance. I was only 24 years old. And I can always say with my whole heart that I don't regret my choice. I am proud and thankful for what we have achieved over the past 20 years. We have a hotel that can look back in pride at a more than 100-year-old tradition, yet offers a modern face today. Welcome!