The STARNBERGSEE Hideaway is about 30 minutes from Munich and Garmisch Partenkirchen, and it stands on the southern shore of Lake Starnberg, one of the biggest lakes in Germany. It is surrounded by nature, with a view of the Zugspitze on the horizon.
The architecture connects the panache of the hotel with the natural beauty of the surroundings. The stylish guestrooms are furnished with fabrics in mellow tones, the floors are parquet, and the bathrooms are fitted with luxurious stone baths. All the rooms have fantastic views - onto the lake, the mountains or the garden.
Nature and the lake are a constant presence in the stylish lounges with open fire and Gin-bar, in the Seegrill 800° Steak-restaurant, and on the sky terrace.
The lakeshore Nature Spa is an all-round wellness centre offering a wide range of beauty treatments, complete with a sauna overlooking the lake.
*Minimum stay of 2 nights required from May-September
Seegrill 800°C draws on the concept of the ‘supper club’ in the United States of the 1920s, with dinner followed by high-quality entertainment – in this case, music in the bar. The restaurant specialises in different types of steak prepared on an 800°C Montague grill, and boasts an extensive wine list.
There are plenty of atmospheric places to enjoy company, sip a drink, or relax with a book – not only the bar, but also the library, or the lounge with its open fire.
The bar on the roof terrace has a spectacular 360° view of the lake, with the Alps in the distance.
The large hotel grounds are a true garden of Eden, with beautiful landscaping, and long lawns bordered by fragrant flowers, herbs and topiary. The ‘garden rooms’ with seating make a perfect spot for a picnic. On the terrace you can enjoy the view or dine al fresco in summer.
Seeshaupt, to the south of Lake Starnberg and just under 50 kilometres from Munich, is renowned as a holiday and leisure area. The large lake, with the Osterseen lakes nearby and the mountains in the distance, has always appealed to artists and nature lovers. The area is ideal for walking, cycling and water sports.
Interesting places to visit include Possenhofen Castle, the Buchheim-Museum, and Lake Starnberg’s only island, Roseninsel.