It's not only Munich itself, but also our surrounding area that's extremely attractive. Go on journey of discovery! We'd be happy to give you some tips and recommendations. Day trips can be booked at the hotel reception.
King Ludwig II did not have the famous fairy castle from 1869 built as a prestigious building, one that could be used for the purpose of governing, but as his private retreat.
The "Royal Villa" is the only palace that King Ludwig II managed to complete. He had a grotto with special acoustics and a backdrop built especially for Wagner's opera "Lohengrin". The "Lustschlösser" ("pleasure palaces") as were built in France in the 18th century formed the model for this palace.
The castle was used by King Maximilian II as a summer residence and was, at the same time, the nursery of King Ludwig II. The magnificent interiors of the Biedermeier period have been preserved.
On a space covering more than 10,000 square metres, leading German and international fashion and design brands offer their collections at attractive outlet prices.
The legendary winter sports resort offers an alpine lifestyle, the Hahnenkamm races and first-class sports facilities in both summer and winter.
Since 2010, the entire district of Berchtesgadener Land has been a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Fancy making some discoveries?
Situated just 25 km southwest of the Bavarian capital, the fifth largest lake in Germany is also called "Munich's bathtub".
The crystal-clear waters of the "Bavarian Sea" attract many water sports enthusiasts: swimming, sailing, surfing, rafting or kayaking, paddling and swimming. On the island of Herrenchiemsee, you can admire a copy of the Palace of Versailles. Concerts are held here in summer.
Just 50 km from Munich, Lake Tegernsee lies in the Upper Bavarian district of Miesbach. Numerous celebrities live and holiday around the lake. Bad Wiessee on Lake Tegernsee has had an attractive casino since the middle of the last century.