The luxurious wellness hotel is already worth a trip because of its grand location in a protected mountain valley in 1,030 meter height close to the Olympic ski areas of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. But not only the stunning mountain landscape is magnetic, the interior also promises a pleasant and relaxing experience.
In the main building, the Schloss Kranzbach, built over 100 years ago by British aristocrat Mary Isabel Portman as a country estate, a contemporary, plush-free English style dominates. The rooms of the garden wing are furnished in a modern Hygge style and the two suites of the historic gate houses focus on traditional craftsmanship as well as regional materials.
The tree house is a special retreat. It was built of larch wood, is surrounded by tree tops and offers nature proximity with lots of comfort. Very close and just as special: The Meditation House – an architectural piece of art, built in 2018 by Japanese star architect Kengo Kuma. Here, guests can meditate alone or under instruction in absolute quiet and find inner peace.
Retreat oasis in the middle of meadows and forests.
Kengo Kuma (Meditation House)
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