Baden-Baden

25 Oct 2019 - 26 Oct 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Total price for 1 night, 2 guests, 1 room
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Where to Stay in Baden-Baden

Located in the region of the same name, Baden has long catered to luxurious relaxation. Natural thermal baths have drawn travellers to the region for hundreds of years, and the beauty of the Black Forest makes Baden all the more appealing. Boutique hotels in Baden are common, and hotels near the airport are available for travellers as well.

Baden-Baden

Baden itself is small, but it has long been a centre of tourism in Germany nonetheless. The thermal baths and scenic locale attract visitors from around the world. Despite the luxurious focus, cheap hotels in Baden are available for budget-conscious travellers. For visitors with a larger budget, boutique hotels in Baden are often among the most luxurious in the world.

1. Holiday Inn Express Baden-Baden

The Holiday Inn Express Baden-Baden is the perfect lodging for travellers seeking cheap hotels in Baden. Soundproof rooms offer satellite channels and living areas with pull-out couches. Free Wi-Fi and breakfast are available, and a business centre for meetings can be reserved.

2. Radisson Blu Badischer Hof Hotel

Among midrange hotels in Baden, the Radisson Blu Badischer Hof Hotel offers large bathrooms and comfortable beds. Room service is available, and the hotel is only a few minutes' walk from the Kurhaus casino. Fine dining and indoor/outdoor pools are available for guests in this former monastery.

3. Hotel "Der Kleine Prinz"

Travellers seeking a romantic getaway should keep the Hotel "Der Kleine Prinz" in mind. This boutique hotel in Baden was built at the end of the 19th century, and many of the rooms feature fireplaces and balconies. Fine French dining is available at the hotel restaurant, and whirlpool tubs are available in the suites.

Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport Hotels

If you're looking for last-minute hotels in Baden, consider staying near the airport. Not only are airport hotels less expensive, but they're also often designed with business travellers in mind. The Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport (FKG) is a short drive from the town and offers several excellent hotels.

1. B&B Hotel Baden-Airpark

Located just over nine miles from the town centre, the B&B Hotel Baden-Airpark offers simple accommodations for business travellers. Rooms come with free Wi-Fi and breakfast. Among last-minute hotels in Baden, the B&B Hotel is perhaps the most affordable.

Spa Hotels in Baden

Most travellers to Baden arrive with the spas in mind. Baden has been home to spas and hot springs since Roman times. Over the generations, the city has built the town around accommodating to travellers' luxurious tastes.

1. Leonardo Royal Hotel Baden-Baden

For a Baden spa experience that won't break the bank, consider the Leonardo Royal. Brightly coloured rooms offer picturesque views of the Black Forest. Spa, sauna, and massage services are all available as is an indoor pool.

2. Brenners Park-Hotel and Spa

The Brenners Park-Hotel and Spa is the premier spa hotel in Baden. The luxurious rooms allow you to lounge in comfort, and an enormous array of spa services is available for travellers.

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Member reviews (24)
Maan @Travel Binge
Maan @Travel BingeParanaque
29/11/2013

Baden Baden, meaning Bathing is a spa town built on thermal springs at the edge of the Black Forest. My friend and I rode with another event organiser colleague in the Wellness Industry from Wiesbaden to Baden Baden. We had to see what the city has to offer and it surely was all about health and wellness. More than that, I loved the open spaces, greenery and beautiful parks of the city. Its a fairly compace farm and we just walked to the Old Town from our luxury hotel.

Lucy Swift Weber
Lucy Swift WeberNew York City
07/01/2013

I loved Baden-Baden because of the hot springs/cold springs/spas that are a huge part of the Baden-Baden experience. From a rushing river that pushes one along, to an ice-cold waterfall, Baden-Baden's springs offer a multitude of ways to have fun in the water. Baden-Baden is also home to casinos and is very near to the former house of Brahms, which is very interesting to visit.

D'Maris Coffman
D'Maris CoffmanLondon
06/01/2017

Spent a weekend here with a boyfriend back in February 2009. The bathing is terrific, the scenery is beautiful, and the food is decent. Would go back, but have to admit in retrospect it is aimed more at fifty-somethings than thirty-somethings.

Maria Banks
Maria BanksSanta Monica
06/01/2017

Home of the story -Hansel and Gretel- beautiful green forest-rolling hills and very old quaint railroad station. Also known as the Black Forest.

FAQs

The least expensive month is February, with an average of £83 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Baden-Baden is August, with an average price of £148 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was £100 per night. This is 5% less than the average nightly price of £106 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Baden-Baden, the expected average temperature in October is 11.9°C/53.3°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 26.4°C/79.5°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 0.8°C/33.4°F.
The nearest airport to Baden-Baden is Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden (FKB) (6.81 miles). Other nearby airports include: Strasbourg (31.56 miles) Stuttgart (45.05 miles)

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