Radisson Blu Badischer Hof Hotel, Baden-Baden

Luxurious wellness hotel in historic monastery building

Historic charm surrounds the four-star superior Radisson Blu Hotel Badischer Hof in the German spa resort Baden-Baden: The building complex was originally a Capucin monastery, extended by a new building in the 1980's and is surrounded by a 5,000 square metre park. After a complete renovation in 2016, modern equipment and design harmonises perfectly with the traditional atmosphere of the hotel.
162 rooms, a restaurant with terrace and a bar are to be counted among the hotel's facilities. An extensive wellness area offers the opportunity to relax, and five flexible function rooms can hold events of up to 350 persons depending on the set-up.

Good to know:

  • check-in: from 3:00 p.m.
  • check-out: until 12:00 p.m.
  • all major credit cards accepted

Renovated rooms with modern features

Around half of the hotel rooms are located in the historic monastery building. Standard, Superior and Business rooms, as well as several junior suites and suites make up the 162 rooms of the hotel. Sizes vary between 18 square metres and 48 square metres depending on room type. All rooms were renovated in 2016 and are equipped with  air-conditioning and high-speed internet.

Extra beds are available for € 43.00 per night. Pets are welcome against an additional fee of € 15.00 per pet/night.  Several rooms have a balcony and traditional stucco ceiling. The modern design is characterized by natural colours and elegant carpet or wooden floors.

Regional cuisine in the park restaurant

Tourists, guests and even the residents of the spa resort are attracted to the park restaurant of the hotel: Regional and seasonal cuisine with products from the local Baden area form the focus of the menu. 126 guests can be seated at the restaurant and

a further 30 persons can sit on the connecting summer terrace. The Jockey Bar, furnished in the style of the 1920's, which has space to seat around 40, offers a large selection of snacks and beverages in the evening. Traditional High Tea is served in the historic monastry hall in the afternoon.

Conference rooms with access to hotel park

Be it for conferences, meetings, incentives or for private parties such as birthdays and family occasions, the Radisson Blu Badischer Hof Hotel offers five renovated conference rooms for up to 350 persons depending on the seating. The rooms vary in size from 32 to 170 square metres

and are equipped with the latest conference equipment and WiFi access. The connecting hotel park can be used for breaks and receptions. The banqueting hall can be increased in size up to 285 square metres and is perfect for gala dinners and weddings.

Relaxation in the healing thermal water

Guests will find rest and relaxation in the hotel's own wellness area which covers an area of 800 square metres. The hotel is the only hotel in Baden-Baden which has thermal water access in the indoor pool and outdoor pool. Alongside the thermal pools and the 37 degree water,

the recreation area also has a sports pool, a steam room, a Finnish sauna and maritime climate cabin. Massages and cosmetic treatments round off the wellness facilities on offer at the Radisson Blu Badischer Hof Hotel Baden-Baden.

Magnificent buildings and therapeutic baths

The Radisson Blu Hotel Badischer Hof Baden-Baden is located in the popular spa resort Baden-Baden in the Black Forest, which is well known for its numerous thermal baths and magnificent spa buildings. Located in the city centre, the hotel is only a short

walk away from many tourist sites and spa establishments. The main train station is only eight minutes away by public transport and bus services run 300 metres from the hotel. Baden-Baden Airpark FKB is 15 kilometres away. On-site parking at the hotel  is available for  € 17.00 per day.

Range of cultural and wellness opportunities

A short walk from the hotel guests will find numerous cultural and spa establishments: The spa park with its famous, historic casino and the spa building is less than a ten minute walk away. The same applies to the festival hall, which is the second largest opera house

in Europe with 2,500 seats. For sports enthusiasts, the Black Forest has many outdoor opportunities to offer: such as hiking, mountain climbing, cycling, golf, tennis and skiing.