H4 Hotel
Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

+49 921 7585-0

  • RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

    RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****
  • RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

    RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****
  • RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

    RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****
  • RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

    RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****
  • RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

    RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

Our 4-star city hotel in the heart of the Wagner city of Bayreuth is modern and comfortable

Our RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth welcomes you to the Upper Franconian city of music and creativity. All of its sights can be reached on foot from our hotel. You can travel here by plane to Nuremberg Airport, only 85km away. Or come by car, using the B85 and the A9 and A70 motorways.

Our 4-star RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth is in the centre of Bayreuth, close to many of its attractions and events.

104 comfortable bedrooms have everything you expect from a modern 4-star hotel. Additional extras such as Sky Sports and Sky Bundesliga are included in the price of the room. With our Superior rooms and suites, you also get free access to Sky Movies and our suites have queen-size beds, bathrobes and tea/coffee making facilities. Internet access (WiFi) is free in all rooms.

Our listed and extensively renovated restaurant offers international and local delicacies. Or you can relax on our spacious sun terrace with its own winter garden.

The hotel has its own underground parking (for an additional charge of EUR 7 per night).

H4 Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth ****

Erlanger Straße 37
95444 Bayreuth, Deutschland
Fon: +49 921 7585-0
Fax: +49 921 7585-601
E-Mail: bayreuth@h-hotels.com

In the RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth, you are not far from the well-known sights. Culture, history and the art of brewing are only a short step away.

Sights near the RAMADA Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth

Wilhelm Richard Wagner designed the opera house on the green hill in Bayreuth where the annual Richard Wagner Festivals are still held today. There is also the old Villa Wahnfried in the city, where the Leipzig-born composer lived for years. You can also visit the castle with its charming courtyard garden as well as the Margravial Opera House, a Baroque theatre that is considered one of the finest in Europe. During the day the vast shopping mall, Rotmain Center, is the perfect place to stock up on the latest fashions. In the evening, people from all around the world can meet in the lively pedestrian zone in the old part of the city with its welcoming bars and wide range of restaurants.

Discover more on excursions to the surrounding area

Make the most of the proximity to the historically rich neighbouring countries such as the Czech Republic and discover Karlovy Vary, or Karlsbad in German, with its 15 mineral springs whose temperatures range from 13 °C up to 73.4 °C. You can also visit the impressive Russian Orthodox church of St. Peter and St. Paul with its blue-gold onion domes. The health resort, with its beneficial climate, also offers well-designed hiking trails which cover a total of 130km.

Another popular tourist destination is Kulmbach, 23km away, with Plassenburg Castle, an historic fortification which houses the world’s largest and most impressive collection of pewter figures in its own museum. The Mönchshof, another attraction for visitors, was a well-known brewery for more than 600 years and has a cosy beer garden as well as exhibition rooms housing antique bottles, machines and diagrams depicting the interesting history of brewing. You don’t want to miss the delicious Kulmbacher bratwurst, a local speciality served in freshly baked aniseed rolls.

Our tips for the surrounding area:

Bayreuth Opera House

Opened in 1875, the Bayreuth Opera House on the green hill in this Upper Franconian city is one of the largest operatic stages in the world and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012 and attracts an international audience every year to the famous Richard Wagner Festivals.

Villa Wahnfried

In Villa Wahnfried, where he lived with his wife Cosima until his death, Richard Wagner completed the Ring of the Nibelung. Today his former house contains a Wagner museum.

Our Customer Satisfaction Index

84 %


Based on 5628 reviews on 13 portals


Hotel Facilities

  • rooms104 rooms
  • non smoking rooms102 non smoking
  • rooms with Wi-Fi104 rooms with Wi-Fi
  • beds207 beds
  • restaurant120 restaurant seats
  • barrier-freebarrier-free
  • parking60
  • airport80 km
  • station2 km
  • highway4 km
  • culture or sight0,2 km

Official Hotel Partnerships