Experience Bad Soden’s eventful history
Experience Bad Soden’s eventful history from the H+ Hotel Bad Soden there are many historic sights to discover. In less than two minutes, you can walk to the extravagant Hundertwasser House of the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, which stands out immediately due to its mossy exterior and unconventional architectural style. Close by is the Quellenpark in the old part of town containing the city’s main landmark, the Sodbrunnen, with its ornate statue of Sodenia.
The Eichwald and its well-designed hiking and cycling trails are only a 15 minutes walk from our hotel. The former bathhouse stands in the old spa park and now houses the city museum as well as a library.
In the spa town of Bad Soden am Taunus, the “Solbrunnen” mineral spring has been attracting visitors with its curative waters since 1886. The Sodenia pavilion containing the statue of the same name - the town’s landmark - was built over the spring.
The Hundertwasserhaus in Bad Soden am Taunus is a colourful building containing the town’s oldest spa house, dating back to 1722. Designed by Viennese artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the building’s striking highlight is its 30-metre tower.
Discover exciting places to visit from the H+ Hotel Bad Soden
Take a trip into the Main city of Frankfurt and discover the Römerberg with its half-timbered houses bearing the names of Goldene Greif, Wilder Mann and Schwarzer Stern.
If you have children, it’s worth visiting Frankfurt Zoo, which has 500 different species and almost 5,000 animals to see. Botanists will love the Palm Garden, a plant paradise and green oasis in this busy town. Inside the park, there is an aquarium with a colourful underwater world and a tropicarium with bizarre plants from the monsoon rainforests, the African savannah and the subtropical fog deserts.
It’s also worth taking a trip to the town of Oberursel, around 13km away and surrounded by rolling hills. Colourful half-timbered houses and modern buildings dot the landscape and encourage you to explore winding streets and romantic squares. The 16th century church of St. Ursula particularly stands out, as does the historic town hall, built from the remains of the Gothic city gates.