A variety of high standard rooms
Ranging in size from 25 square metres to 28 square metres, all rooms in the Wyndham Garden Kassel Hotel are comfortably furnished and have free-of-charge WiFi. The double rooms in the
Wyndham Garden Kassel Hotel are laid out as twin rooms and can therefore be used individually. Alongside the standard category, business and deluxe rooms also offer guests additional comforts.
Regional specialities in a cosy atmosphere
In the Wyndham Garden Kassel Hotel restaurant, which has space to seat 125, the Chef de Cuisine serves international, regional and seasonal specialities. The Bistro offers space to seat a further 25 guests
and is open in the evenings. The bar has Sky Sports and Sky Bundesliga and offers space to seat 28 persons. Barbecues are put on for the guests in the summer months on the outdoor terrace.
Individual events on a large scale
Ten conference rooms covering a total area of approximately 290 square metres are available at the hotel. The largest room, which has an area of 160 square metres, offers ample space for events of up to 150 persons. All rooms are equipped with the latest
conference equipment, are naturally well lit and can be darkened where necessary. Air conditioning and free-of-charge internet access come as standard in the conference area of the Wyndham Garden Kassel Hotel.
Top location in Kassel in the heart of Germany
Kassel is home to the documenta, the most important art exhibition in the world, and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year to the city, where the population is scarcely 200,000. The hotel is conveniently located on the motorway,
a mere ten kilometres from the main train station and 19 kilometres from Kassel Airport KSF. The city centre, with its museums and AueMunicipal Park, can be reached in a matter of minutes by car or taxi.
Ideal starting point for a trip into the city
The Wyndham Garden Kassel Hotel is situated in the heart of Germany and lies on the "German Fairytale Route". The most well-known of the tourist sites in the city include: the Orangery, the Old Master's collection in the world heritage listed Bergpark (mountain park) and SchlossWilhelmshöhe (Wilhelmshöhe palace),
which also includes the copper Hercules statue, the emblem of the city of Kassel. The world-renowned documenta art exhibition takes place every five years in the Fridericianum museum building, and attracts many international guests to Kassel.