Wonderful all-year round
Central and close to nature
Our hotel is conveniently located at the heart of the historical city centre of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. At the same time, it is only a few minutes walk away from different ski lifts, cross-country ski trails and hiking trails and thus, offers perfect access to the different attractions of the region all year round.
That beats everything!
Generosity with a vision
All of our 65 rooms are bright and stylishly furnished. You can liberally sprawl across over at least 20 square metres and feel like a local almost immediately. The highlight is the breath-taking mountain panorama of the natural region that can be seen from all the rooms.» Show rooms
The perfect way to start...
...and end the day
Our lavish breakfast buffet is the first highlight of every single holiday. Here, you can put together your ideal breakfast with our broad range of tasty and nutritious products. In doing so, you are creating a basis for an active holiday.
In the evening, you will be served a flavoursome dinner – either in front of the fireplace or with a wonderful view of the Alps.
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Relax and feel good – Spa for body and soul
Our hotel offers the perfect solution for everyone with a panoramic swimming pool, Finnish sauna, infrared cabin and a fitness room. Here, you can do plenty for your physical well-being. Relaxing massages, peelings and beauty treatment complete the offer.
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.
Fresh powder ahoy!
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.