The Alpine resort combines modern architecture and local Alpine charm. The horseshoe-shape of the building and floor-to-ceiling glass facades draw attention to the stunning scenery wherever guests are in the hotel. And within the 138 rooms and suites, it feels as if nature has been brought inside. Fireplaces in the suites create a snug atmosphere. Throughout the resort, typical Alpine materials such as leather, loden and felt have been used to create a comfortable and cozy ambience.
Gourmets can enjoy local specialties from hill-farm cheese to gentian schnapps in three restaurants and two bars. Alpine herbs and salt from the area are also used in the 1,400 square-metre Kempinski The Spa. Six conference rooms and an open-air event area have a capacity of up to 4,000 guests.
Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden is scheduled to open for May 1, 2015.