Recommended hotels in Passau
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The family-friendly spa complex is located in the suburbs of Bad Griesbach, just 5 minutes from the city centre and approximately 2.5 km from the health resort. Passau and its many shops is around 4 km from the conference hotel and Karpfham train station is roughly 7 km away.The luxury resort offers the ideal backdrop for relaxation, pampering and guaranteed well-being, but is also the ideal venue for successful conferences and events. Renovated in 2009, the air-conditioned, 107-room golf hotel offers a lobby with lift access, a bar and restaurant, Internet access and room service.All rooms and suites are generously proportioned and equipped with a balcony or terrace. For guests to feel right at home, they can choose from 4 styles of ambience; regal and tasteful Castello-style rooms, warm and cosy country-house style, romantic, Mediterranean Tuscan-style rooms, or adventurous and extravagant colonial-style rooms. Each room features an en suite bathroom with shower, bathtub and hairdryer as well as a direct dial telephone, satellite TV, a radio, Internet access and a minibar.The hotel has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, an on-site gym, and a sauna and steam room. Spa treatments are also available. Golfers will find the Bad Griesbach golf resort approximately 8 km from the hotel.This hotel's culinary flagship is the Il Giardino gourmet restaurant. With his modern, natural cooking, chef de cuisine Denis Feix once again received a Michelin star and 17 Gault Millau points.See more
Information about Passau
The town of Passau is located in the Lower Bavaria region of Bavaria, in Germany, close to the border with Austria. Three major rivers converge here: the Danube, the Inn and the Ilz, and so it is known as “The City of the Three Rivers”. It has a number of attractions, including the fortress of Niederhaus (which dates from the 13th century) on the banks of the River Inn and St Stephen's Cathedral (the seat of the Bishop of Passau). The cathedral is one of Germany's most important religious buildings and it houses one of the world's largest pipe organs. One of the most beautiful sights here is the convergence of the three rivers, with their different shades. In the town, the green waters of the Inn mix with the Danube's deep blue, and together these flow into the dark waters of the Ilz, providing a view that is unique in the world. Passau also offers a wide range of cultural and recreational activities: museums, art galleries, parks, sports facilities, restaurants and shops; these are only some of the things on offer in this beautiful city. Come and discover it!