Spring 2015 has seen the reopening of the newly renovated "Das Graseck". The former forester's lodge looks down over Garmisch-Partenkirchen from a sun-kissed mountainside location. The exclusive boutique hotel has 30 bedrooms and suites in modern Alpine elegance, with breathtaking views of the Upper Bavarian Alps. Das Graseck certainly lives up to its slogan "my mountain hideaway": It is the perfect retreat, only accessible with the hotel's own cable car or, in exceptional cases, with the hotel shuttle. One highlight is the GAP PREVENT preventive medicine centre which adjoins the hotel. The centre will provide a complete range of check-up and preventive medicine services. Quite apart from the centre, guests' health is a priority. Both the restaurants serve healthy, delicious natural cuisine and guests can enjoy a great mix of sport and relaxation out of doors. Not to mention the spa area with an open air pool, a panoramic biosauna and steam "grotto"... Enjoyment is the key to health – that is the Graseck philosophy.
Enjoy the latest comfort in the 60 sqm Suite: a hall with cloakroom on the second floor, an extra comfortable boxspringbed, two flatscreen TVs, an Illy espresso machine and a separate lounge with minibar. The large balcony has sensational panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
IN THE MIDDLE OF NATURE AT THE FOOT OF THE ZUGSPITZE, YOU CAN EXPERIENCE BAVARIA AT ITS BEST
Labelled a “premium class” natural spa resort and “Bavaria’s leading health region”, Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the perfect place to revitalise – a great climate, a wealth of health facilities, wonderful walks and great mountain bike trails. Garmisch-Partenkirchen is known as the host venue for sporting competitions such as the Alpine Skiing World Cup in 2011 and the annual Neujahrsspringen New Year’s ski jump event. In short, this is also the perfect place for a winter holiday, with two ski areas – Classic and Zugspitze – where snow is guaranteed. The market town also has some notable sights such as the famous Partnachklamm gorge and the hunting lodge of King Louis II.