Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden - Aussenansicht © Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden

Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden *****

Place
Berchtesgaden, Germany / Bavaria
Ambience
Conference-/Congress hotel, modern
Capacity
up to 200 people

Take the scenic route to Alpine bliss: Pleasantly winding mountain roads lead to one of the most spectacular places in the Bavarian Alps - Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden in the Obersalzberg area.
 
The pure alpine lifestyle resort merging unpretentious design with rustic Bavarian flair. The soul and centre of the hotel is the spacious lobby with the Kaminbar and its open fireplace. Modern and straightforward in appearance, the hotel comprises 138 rooms & suites on four floors along with the Kempinski The Spa, two restaurants (one star Michelin), a bar and six meeting rooms. A unique feature is the panoramic view from anywhere in the hotel that makes the Alpine peaks and meadows appear to be within arms' reach.
 
Service and Catering

  • Restaurant Johann Grill awaits you with culinary creations created by a team, headed by chef de cuisine Thomas Walter 
  • Restaurant LE CIEL: Awarded with a Michelin-Star, modern interpreted French cuisine  
  • VINOTHEK - Individual arranged menus in mediterran atmosphere

Rooms and Seating

Conference rooms
Area m²
Paulus van Vianen
0
150
120
60
-
200
Carl von Linde
0
32
40
24
24
60
Clara Schumann
0
20
20
24
20
30
C Schumann C V Linde
0
70
60
80
30
90
Valentin Stanig
0
-
-
-
12
-
Ludwig Ganghofer
0
-
-
-
12
-

Technical Equipment and Facilities

  • Conference rooms with natural light and a panoramic view
  • Personal conference coordinator
  • ISDN phone lines, high speed Internet access and wireless Internet access
  • Individual air-conditioning and lightning system
  • Pin board
  • Overhead
  • Flipchart 

Leisure and Social Program

  • Wellness & Relax - in the in-house Kempinski The Spa
  • Sport - mountainbike-tours, golf, tennis, rafting, canyoning, nordic walking, cross-country skiing, skitouring, tobogganing, snow shoeing
  • Art & Culture - concerts, theatre and opera performances, guided tours through the festival halls and their backstage area
  • Excursions - Hellbrunn Castle with the famous trick-fountains, Salzburger Freilichtmuseum (open-air-museum), visits to the salt-mines, the Eisriesenwelt (ice caves), Obersalzberg, Kehlsteinhaus (Eagle's Nest), Königssee at Germany's only alpine national park
  • World Cultural Heritage - Guided bike-tours, discover Salzburg "on the traces of Mozart", events during the Advent
  • Sightseeing Tours - In horse-drawn carriages or riverboat