Hotels

Hotel Paulanerstuben

Hotel Paulanerstuben is located in the pretty town of Wasserburg which lies on the River Inn. In 1795 the city of Wasserburg bought the building to use as the town’s court house. Today the district court is located in the left section of the building with the hotel and restaurant in the right. The hotel has 14 rooms each with modern en-suite, internet, television and some with lovely river views. The hotel’s restaurant is traditionally decorated with wood and offers plentiful Bavarian cuisine as well as globally influenced food. There is also a lovely sun-terrace which overlooks the river.

Hotel Paulanerstuben

Alpenhotel Kronprinz

The Alpenhotel Kronprinz is situated off the beaten track in a tranquil location in the mountains. The hotel’s ‘Panorama Restaurant’ has a fantastic view of Germany’s second highest mountain, the Watzmann. The cuisine offered is a diverse mix of both German and international. The hotel also has a Bavarian ‘Stüberl’ (snug) which has a more relaxed atmosphere as well as the ‘Zum Fabl’, a bar where you can sample traditional beer and wine. There is a lovely hillside terrace where you can sit outside in the sun and enjoy a coffee. The hotel also offers a selection of treatments including massages and pedicures in its wellness centre.

Alpenhotel Kronprinz

Hotel Bayerischer Hof

The Bayerischer Hof is a family-run hotel situated in the heart of Prien. The hotel has a long and colourful history, first opening as an inn in 1652. It has been recently renovated to a delightfully modern standard yet still retains its Bavarian character. Since the summer of 2013 two new restaurant spaces have been added to the hotel, the Sterzer and the Fletz. The Sterzer offers Bavarian cuisine including a selection of local produce whilst the Fletz acts as a bar/lounge and has a more modern feel.

Hotel Bayerischer Hof
X

Be the first to know

Sign up to receive exclusive offers, expert advice and insider access to all the latest cycle news.