The H+ Hotel Alpina Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Superior comfort at the foot of the Alps
The H+ Hotel Alpina Garmisch-Partenkirchen offers its guests a stylish ambience in front of a breath-taking landscape in its 65 rooms. At the heart of the picturesque old town and near the ski lifts, the hotel is the perfect starting point for your holiday. Enjoy our culinary treats for a perfect start to the day. Our lavish breakfast buffet leaves nothing to be desired.
The 65 rooms are modern and equipped with flatscreen TVs and generously sized. After a long, eventful day in the Bavarian mountain world, you can relax on up to 28 square metres. Furthermore, families and children have the option of reserving two rooms with a connecting door.
Welcome to our H+ Hotel in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Our hotel rooms
Room example of the Deluxe room
- 25-27 sqm
- Double bed (200x200 cm) - also available as twin adjustable
- Access to the terrace or balcony
- Air conditioning (individually adjustable)
- Flat screen TV
- Desk and telephone
- Wi-Fi included
- Coffee / espresso machine and tea selection
- 1 bottle of water per person included
- Access to the executive lounge included
- High quality natural cosmetics products
Gastronomy at the H+ Hotel Alpina Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Whether it’s a nutritious muesli, the classic bread with jam, fresh fruit or substantial scrambled eggs with bacon – we have the perfect meal for each taste. In the evenings, both our restaurants either offer a rustic fireplace atmosphere or a modern ambience in front of panoramic windows that offer a fantastic view of the Alpine landscape.
Wellness and swimming pool at the H+ Hotel Alpina Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Enjoy a time-out just the way you want
If you’ve been out hiking in the fresh air all day and have tired yourself out, or if you’d just like to forget about the weather and do something nice, the spa area in the H+ Hotel Alpina Garmisch-Partenkirchen provides plenty of opportunity.
The hotel’s own indoor pool is located in a swimming pavilion with floor-level panoramic windows and sun loungers; the perfect place to relax in the pleasantly heated mountain water and swim a few lengths. Or head to the fitness studio for some gentle exercise or a training session.
Places of interest near the H+ Hotel Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Out into nature
Whether you are a winter sports enthusiast, hiker or nature lover – active holidaymakers come to the foot of the Zugspitze around our hotel to get their money’s worth.
Experience nature first-hand
Partnach Gorge is a popular destination for hikes. On a 700 metre route, you can enjoy new experiences all year round: In the summer, the torrent whooshes below you, in the winter, the icicles on the walls of the gorge of up to 80 metres completely transform your view.
With dozens of groomed kilometres of pistes, Garmisch-Partenkirchen offers the ideal conditions for everyone – whether a beginner of experienced skier. Furthermore, the impressive Olympic ski jump is a perfect destination for a hike.
This palace, located in Ettal in southern Bavaria and originally belonging to Bavarian King Ludwig II, was the smallest of his three castles. Completed during his lifetime, Linderhof Palace was built in the style of the French pleasure palaces, and was Ludwig II’s main residence.
Today it is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year, and is particularly well known for its lush, beautifully maintained gardens, and the famous Neptune fountain at the bottom of the hill leading to the Venus grotto. The palace interior houses the former king’s opulently decorated and finely furnished rooms.
Hohenschwangau has a long and chequered history. The first documentation of Hohenschwangau is in the year 1090, when it was known as Castrum Swangoe. Schwanstein Castle was the seat of the knights and nobles of Schwangau.
Throughout the course of several wars, the castle was destroyed and rebuilt, before eventually falling into disrepair. Then, one day, Crown Prince Max stumbled across the ruins on one of his walks, and fell in love. In 1832, he bought the ruined castle. He rebuilt it in neo-gothic style, and renamed it. Hohenschwangau Castle was born.