Chalet: Das Tegernsee

Roger Hohl
Roger Hohl
Executive Editor Roger Hohl always reports firsthand. He has been gathering experiences and impressions in the luxury travel segment since 2006, from the South Sea to China and Asia, across Europe to Africa and America. He is always on the lookout for the most spectacular and extraordinary locations, combined with the best possible comfort and service. His focus is on independent and critical perception from the perspective of the most demanding clientele, as today's customers in this segment expect the highest quality. His motto: pushing the limits - but always fair!

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Private yet in the midst of it all: since the end of 2016, the new alpine chalets with 18 apartments and double rooms at the Hotel Das Tegernsee have been convincing as an ideal retreat for a break by the lake. The additional living world in a modern alpine style is located below the Sengerschloss and is connected to the other areas of the hotel via a corridor. Guests can enjoy the advantages of their own domicile and, at the same time, if desired, take advantage of all the amenities of Hotel Das Tegernsee, as all facilities can be used. Fine woods and materials from the region as well as light cream and blue tones reflect the Tegernsee valley. Floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious balconies offer an unrestricted view of the water and surrounding mountains. Whether for a week, a month, or a whole year, the double rooms and apartments with lake views ranging from 35 to 120 square meters can accommodate up to eight people. In addition to spacious living, sleeping, and dining areas, the apartments also have a fully equipped kitchenette. If the restaurant or the recently redesigned wellness area beckons, guests can easily access the other areas of the hotel via a connecting corridor. The renowned Munich architecture firm landau + kindelbacher is responsible for the alpine chalets.

(c) Hotel das Tegernsee

About Das Tegernsee

Das Tegernsee is located about 50 kilometers from Munich on a sunny south-facing slope. A total of 92 rooms and suites are spread across five interconnected buildings. The hotel is known for its excellent Mediterranean-regional cuisine and its beautiful terrace. With a fantastic panorama, the beer garden invites hotel guests, strollers, cyclists, and hikers to linger during the summer months. The hotel also includes a brilliantly white baroque hall for celebrations in a historic ambience. Since summer 2016, the expanded wellness area with a new panoramic sauna, fireplace lounge, and additional lounging areas has offered relaxation on a total of 2,400 square meters. A conference center with state-of-the-art technology for up to 400 people completes the offering.

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