Bavaria Hotel information
Royal family holiday in Bavaria - Allgäu: Your Familotel Bavaria Füssen/Pfronten
There are many reasons to make Familotel Bavaria in Pfronten your second home. Four of them are evident when you take your first look. 1. Here, children have an exciting holiday and parents a relaxing holiday. Every day there is a varied nature and outing programme and for 6 days a week more than 65 hours of childcare on holiday, during meal times even right at the restaurant. 2. You enjoy a real all-in offer: thanks to the KönigsCard, at Familotel Bavaria Füssen/Pfronten all your activities in and outside the hotel are free – for example, 3 hours of skiing, use of the cable cars, the high-rope garden, sailing, leisure pools and 200 other experiences. A truly royal guest gift. 3. This top holiday regions enthrals year-round with dream summers between mountains and lakes and white delights in the Allgäu winter. 12 months of pleasure on the peaks guaranteed. 4. The Allgäu ski region - Germany's largest ski resort - promises unlimited alpine winter joys with approximately 500 slope kilometres.
Royal hospitality in Bavaria - Allgäu.
At the Bavaria family hotel, the guest is still king. You and your family stay - nay, reside - in this outstanding four-star hotel and every day you enjoy all the comforts and conveniences that the Füssen family hotel provides for you. Parents can look forward to four restaurants, a panorama terrace, a swimming pool, a sauna landscape as well as a cosmetics and wellness area. Children look forward to holidays in their own play and adventure landscape with a children's dining hall and 14,000 m2 nature garden. From spring 2013, the new Happy Club opens at the Bavaria children's hotel on an area of more than 120 m2, with play opportunities for all age groups.
Royal family hotel in Bavaria - Allgäu
The Bavaria family hotel lies majestically at the foot of the Kienberg, directly above Pfronten in the Allgäu. From the rooms there is a direct view of the alpine world of the Allgäu Alps, including world-famous peaks such as the Säuling, the Falkenstein and the Zugspitze.
Just one look and one can guess why this very area was the location of several favourite routes and places of the Fairy Tale King Ludwig II. You too can walk along the royal paths in the fascinating Allgäu alpine world. A hike into the Tyrol Rhine Valley, for example, reminds one of the king's mother Marie of Bavaria, who hiked through the Ammergau Alps as a passionate alpinist. Or visit Neuschwanstein Castle - probably the "most beautiful castle in the world". Magical, fascinating, stupendously beautiful does the castle sit enthroned on the hill.
Dine royally at the family hotel in Bavaria - Allgäu
In the kitchen of the Bavaria children's and family hotel, Daniel Paula pulls the strings. The chef travelled far before choosing the Bavaria hotel as his new workplace. Thanks to stays in Asia and overseas, he is able to create the style of cuisine that is best described as "Bavarian global cuisine". Themed buffets or 4-course set meals with 3 choices are offered alternately. Enjoy either the variety of the buffets or the elegant set meal service of a 4-star hotel.
In one of the three restaurants, or the bar with the cosy inglenooks, you are guaranteed to find a booth for your romantic dinner for two – or a long table for genial gatherings with the family.
If you have now decided to have a royal holiday, then your hosts Larissa Kaltenbrunner and Günter Rehfeld look forward to treating you to the royal delights of Familotel Bavaria.