Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa

 Schillerstrasse, 4-6 76530 Baden-Baden − Germany

+ 49 7221 9000 
Fax: +49-7221-38772

Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa, Situated right next to the Black Forest and embedded into the green surroundings of the world-famous Lichtentaler Alley, we accord our guests the art of savoir vivre for 140 years now.
Experience the perfect combination between urban lifestyle and pastoral idyll. Enchant yourself by the piano player in our private park and savor the culinary delights in one of our restaurants - give yourself time to breathe and to enjoy.
All employees at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa look forward to welcoming you and to create you a magnificent stay with us.

Deluxe Room

With a size of approximately 50 squaremetres our Deluxe Rooms assure of their extraordinary design.

Double Superior Room

All of our Superior Rooms are individually furnished, offering a high living comfort.

Classic Room

The rooms of this category offer you the comfortable standard of our house.

Deluxe Suite

Our Deluxe Suites offer 94 squaremetres of luxurious comfort with a unique view over the Brenners Park and the famous Lichtentaler Allee.

Superior Suite

With a size of 85 squaremetres, the Superior Suites feature a living and bedroom area as well as a spacious marble bathroom and a magnificent view of the Brenners Park.

Honeymoon Suite

Located on the fifth floor, our Honeymoon Suite offers a unique view over Baden-Baden.

Junior Suite

Alcoves separate the sleeping area from the spacious living room. The additional dressing room completes this extraordinary concept.

Royal Penthouse Suite

Good design, modern facilities and elegant furnishings which include works of art are the exceptional features of the 200 squaremetres Penthouse Suite with views over the park.

Royal Suite

You will be charmed by the inspirational design of the Royal Suites in Brenners Parkvilla. Live in exclusively furnished, light and airy rooms with wonderful views of the private park belonging to Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa.


5-star superior Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa in Baden-Baden offers a total of one hundred rooms, junior suites and suites, including the Royal Penthouse Suite. A combination of exceptional luxury and comfort is reflected in individual décor and furnishings enhanced by elegant antiques and luxurious marble bathrooms.

The historical building combines modern spirit and tradition at the highest level. Enjoy the luxury of 600 m² upon three storeys.

Our suites surround you with all imaginable luxury like a generous living room, a separate sleeping area as well as an ample bathroom.

Our rooms convince of outstanding design and offer highest living comfort.

Baden-badenWhile in the area, it is well worth visiting one of the many palaces, gardens, castles or monasteries located nearby, such as "Schloss Favourite" in Rastatt.
Those with an interest in the history of Baden-Baden should not miss a visit to the newly opened City Museum. Also the Museum of Ancient Bathing Culture, with its Roman bath ruins, constitutes to being one of the town's most important remains.
Thanks to the central position of Baden-Baden, guests are in easy reach of some of Europe's most beautiful cities: the French town of Strasbourg, the wonderful student town of Freiburg and legendary city of Heidelberg, with its picturesque "Altstadt".
Freiburg, is the sunny capital of the Black Forest, close to the French and Swiss borders, in the midst of a unique landscape. The small settlement on the site of today’s southern old town and Oberlinden was chartered as a free market town by Konrad and Duke Bertold III in 1120.  The market rights, the favourable location and the silver mines in the Black Forest soon led Freiburg to grow into a prosperous and influential city. In 1200, Bertold V initiated the construction of a new, large parish church, Freiburg Cathedral. The citizens of Freiburg later took on the financial responsibility for building the Cathedral, which was completed as early as 1513 - making it the only German cathedral to be completed in the Gothic style.
Baden-baden2Heidelberg is a charming city. Steeped in tradition, this town is home to seemingly contrasting worlds. This makes it exciting and keeps it young at heart. Take some time to get to know the city and discover its many facets. You‘ll be inspired. The name stands for the world-famous Castle and a picturesque Old Town in breathtakingly beautiful surroundings. It stands both for Germany's oldest university and modern research facilities. For historic streets and a lively university atmosphere. For total relaxation and beautiful walks, plus stimulating international conferences and festivals. It also stands for the longest and one of the most attractive pedestrian zones in Europe.


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Only a 10-minute walk to the center of the Old Town, the world famous Belle Epoque Casino, the theatre, the Museum Frieder Burda and the Kulturhaus LA8. Baden-Baden's Festival Hall is a 20-minute walk or a 5-minute taxi ride. Getting there by air Baden Airport 25 km approx. 15 min Strasbourg 75 km approx. 45 min Stuttgart 110 km approx. 1 hrs Frankfurt 180 km approx. 1 1/2 hrs Getting there by rail International railroad connections (Intercity / Eurocity). ICE connections from Frankfurt / Main (Airport / central station), Munich as well as from Hamburg and Berlin by CityNightLine (couchettes possible). Baden-Baden station is 15 minutes away by taxi. Getting there by car Leave the Autobahn at the Baden-Baden exit and take the B500 towards Baden-Baden. Continue on the B500 in the direction of Lichtental/Michaelstunnel. On approaching Baden-Baden keep in the right-hand lane towards Lichtental and enter the tunnel called "Michaelstunnel". Leave the "Michaelstunnel" at the first exit sign posted Congress. Turn left at the traffic light after the tunnel exit. Turn left at the crossroads (into the Bertholdstrasse) towards Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa. After 500 m turn right into the Schillerstrasse.
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