Baden-Baden is one of the world’s most renowned wellness towns, and there is no better way to experience it than at the luxurious spa oasis of Brenners Park – Hotel & Spa. The Oetker Collection’s prestigious flagship property, Brenners presents a refined Belle Époque atmosphere and grand hotel savoir vivre amid the verdant surrounds of the Black Forest and the world-famous Lichtentaler Allee park and arboretum.
Refurbished and enhanced under the direction of Bergit Countess Douglas, the 110 rooms and suites at Brenners combine classical architecture with elegant antiques and European décor. The result is an assortment of apartments, varying in both character and color palette, yet held to the highest standards of space and sophistication. The in-room experience is a divine combination of urban and countryside pleasures: wake up to the sound of the River Oos splashing outside the window; take breakfast on the private balcony overlooking the Lichtentaler Allee, Black Forest, and rooftops of Baden-Baden; luxuriate in the palatial marble en-suite bathroom; and take afternoon coffee in the corner lounge. For those in search of a bit more exclusivity, the Parkvilla houses the exquisite Royal Suite and Royal Penthouse Suite, the most impressive offerings in both size and amenities, with private entrances, Bang & Olufsen media equipment, multiple bedrooms, private cinemas, and large balconies and terraces.
One of the founders of Europe’s spa movement, Brenners is best known for its unparalleled spa complex within the peaceful setting of the gardens and forest. The two beauty spas specialize in Asian and South Pacific therapies, while the medical spa offers everything from holistic medicine to physiotherapy and nutritional coaching. The brand new Villa Stéphanie, an ultra deluxe five-floor spa extension featuring plunge pools, saunas, private gyms, a Roman swimming pool, hammams, and treatment rooms, even further enhances these facilities, and contains 15 oversized rooms and suites for those looking for a more intense spa experience.
Beyond its spa amenities, Brenners is also a gourmet’s paradise, with a dedicated breakfast salon, an exciting Mediterranean open kitchen, and a modern Wintergarten Restaurant overlooking the park. Its true culinary reputation, however, is founded on Brenners Park Restaurant, a two-Michelin star establishment led by one of the youngest multi-starred chefs in Germany, Chef Paul Stradner. The chef’s pre-set, weekly Degustation Menu paired with local German wines is a must. For a truly unique dining experience, take a gourmet picnic in the Black Forest aboard an antique VW bus. Indeed, Lichtentaler Allee and Black Forest are ideal for any outdoor activity, such as hiking, cycling, climbing, and horseback riding. Brenners is also only a 10-minute walk from the cultural charms of Baden-Baden’s Old Town, which is home to the largest Opera House in Germany and various museums and theaters.Request Information