Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa offers indulgence and leisure at the highest level. You’ll find extensive spa services, private gardens, a Roman-style pool, private medical facilities, personal trainers and an on-site detox programme, all housed inside an elegant Belle Époque building situated in the town’s main park, Lichtentaler Allee.
The grand feel of the sprawling 175-year-old property continues into the lobby, where marble columns are embedded into the mint-green walls and four large chandeliers hang from the ceiling. Over the years, the 102 rooms and villas have hosted a wide variety of glitterati, including European royals and President Obama.
During recent room refurbishments, a note was found on the back of a painting from Frank Sinatra that stated ‘Brenners is the best hotel in Europe’. Keep your eye out for another special guest, Kléopatre. The white Burmese cat belongs to the owners and lives at the hotel.
No two rooms are the same, with views and balconies varying throughout. The Villa Stephanie is the newest addition to the hotel, offering three-bedroom villas with private gardens and a terrace.
We love everything about this hotel — its luxe and elegant feel, its attentive staff and its convenient location close to the heart of Baden-Baden. The thermal baths and casino are both within walking distance.
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Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa has 103 rooms and suites, all with views of the villas or private park. There are eight categories of rooms and suites, and one-third have interconnecting rooms for groups or families. The most popular choice is the Deluxe room, which is generously sized with a sitting area and spacious balcony looking out over the leafy Lichtentaler Allee. Extra beds are allowed in Deluxe rooms and above.
No two rooms are decorated the same, but all are decorated in a bright, English country style. Spacious marble en suite bathroom and Wi-Fi come standard in the rooms. Note that there is no air conditioning in the rooms.
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa overlooks a park and is conveniently located along Baden-Baden’s main ginkgo-lined promenade, Lichtentaler Allee. It is walking distance to the heart of town, where you’ll find spas, thermal baths, a casino, shops, cafés and restaurants.
Food and drink
- Buffet and à la carte breakfast is available daily.
- Fritz and Felix restaurant is popular with locals and visitors alike, and offers casual fine dining with a focus on sustainable, cosmopolitan cuisine.
- Wintergarten restaurant serves light, contemporary cuisine with a Mediterranean flair.
- Oleander Bar has a long drinks list, and during the evening has live piano music.
- Afternoon tea is served daily in Alfred garden.
- Interconnecting rooms and extra beds are available in some rooms for families.
- Kids' club.
- Children’s menu.
- Childcare services.
- Activities including baking classes, field trips and tours of the hotel.
Facilities and activities
- Well-equipped private and public gyms.
- Extensive spa offering a variety of treatments.
- Beauty salon.
- Personal trainers/instructors.
- Detox and weight loss programmes.
- Indoor pool and plunge pool.
- Steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.
- Laundry service.
- Private gardens.
- Pets are welcome, pet sitting services are available.
- On-site luxury transfers.
The hotel has three accessible rooms.
Location & places nearby
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
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