Baden-Baden, at the foot of the Black Forest, is one of the most elegant thermal treatment resorts in Germany. The city, famous for its warm therapeutic spring water owes its name to the baths (baden) established during the Roman era. A legend recounts that the Emperor Caracalla came here to treat his rheumatism. The springs bearing the emperor’s name are among the city’s key sites. The casino and the theatre opened in 1862, made it a very popular destination with European nobility and wealthy individuals during the “Belle Epoque” in the 19th century.
Still today, Baden-Baden remains a city of art and culture with its New Chateau, built in the 16th century, which was the summer residence of the Grand Dukes of Bade, its Roman baths, its collegial church and its opera, the second largest in Europe. The city also possesses a number of museums including the Frieder Burda Museum. Openedin 2004, this ultra modern building, designed by Richard Meier, contains the work of master artists such as Georg Baselitz, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Willem de Kooning, Pablo Picasso, Sigmar Polke, Jackson Pollock and Gerhard Richter.
The Lichtentaler Allee, surrounded by parks and gardens, has a magnificent rose garden with 300 different species of rose, and is one of the most visited avenues in the world.
A palace in the Black Forest
In the heart of Baden-Baden, on the Lichtentaler Allee, we find one of Germany’s most beautiful hotels, the Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa. In this large house, in every sense of the term, respect for the age old tradition of fine hotels reigns supreme and translates into the warmest of welcomes. The furniture, the colors, the salon and bar respond to the standards of hotel luxury, but without extravagance or shocking design. Everything is cozy and family like and remarkably simple. In other words, one feels good here.
The charm of the Brenner lies in its authenticity, and its refusal to be just another standard five star hotel, but to celebrate its own identity through its staff, its architecture and its rooms. The hotel’s suites reflect a pronounced taste for the style of an English country home with original paintings, lacquered wood furniture and a variety of objects chosen with great care.
This comfort for the eyes and the body continues into the palace where the three restaurants, one of which has a Michelin Guide star, transports guests to the summits of German well-being. Once there, the best way to end the journey is a traditional Black Forest cake for dessert. The Brenners version is unforgettable, which is not always the case!
French President Jacques Chirac and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl met together at Brenners during the 77th French-German summit.
In 2006, the wives and girl friends of the English national football team stayed at Brenners for several weeks.
5 stars / Palace hotel / Member - The Leading Hotels of the World / Member - The Oetker Collection Masterpiece Hotels / Thermal station / Lichtentaler Allee / Luxury / Authentic / Family friendly / Cozy / 3 restaurants including one with a Michelin star / Bar / Spa with a 17 meter swimming pool and sauna / Fitness center / Limousine service / Kitchen Party
All year round
68 rooms, 32 suites
Double room from 360 €
Strasbourg-Entzheim Airport (75 km)
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa
Pas de décalage horaire
No time difference
Continental avec des étés chauds (surtout dans le sud) et des hivers assez rudes (surtout dans le nord)
Continental with warm summers (especially in the south) and fairly severe winters in the north
National ID card or valid passport
No visa required
French in large cities and at tourist sites
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