Published On: Tue, Nov 14th, 2017

A Thank-You for Baden-Baden Visitors

Baden-Baden, one of the most beautiful spa towns in all of Europe, is sending out a special thank you to all of its visitors starting off the new year with a spring in its destination marketing step. From January 8 to February 28, the hotels in the elegant spa resort town are offering three nights for the price of two along with a load of discounts on all sorts of activities and museums.

This elegant spa town is stripping down and showing off its winter curves with its plethora of hotel offers and the extraordinary cultural landscape that visitors and spa-goers love to keep secret. Furthermore, Baden-Baden is only 1.5 hours by train from the Frankfurt Airportso it is a perfect getaway for a long weekend.

Thirty of Baden-Baden’s top hotels are offering special offers during the wintery “Thank You Weeks.” The hotels range from the grande dame five-star superior Brenners Park-Hotel, with its famous entourage of guests and top of the world treatments in the new Villa Stéphanie, to the charming Hotel Belle Epoque with its beautiful garden and unique rooms from the belle epoque style.

Some hotels offer top of the line modern style while others relish in their historical ambiance and highlight their amenities and styles from the 1930s. Prices range from 40 euros per person each night to 170 euros per person each night, including breakfast in most cases. Each hotel offers three nights for two along with a book of vouchers for many of the top highlights in Baden-Baden.

Not only is Baden-Baden a perfect getaway for a long weekend, but it is also a gateway to the Black Forest and beautiful parts of Southwest Germany. Nestled in the magnificent landscape between the Black Forest border and the Rhine Valley, Baden-Baden is a true wellness oasis in the winter.

The town’s beneficial thermal water is supplied by twelve springs originating approximately 6,000 feet underground, with 211,000 gallons coming in at 155 degrees Fahrenheit, 365 days of the year. Visitors come to relax and take the rush out of life, restore a sense of calm and motivation as they are surrounded by beautiful parks and gardens, hospitable hotels and stylish shops and belle epoque architecture.

Of course you can sit in the healing and restorative waters all day, but many people do not know that Baden-Baden is also a cultural center of Europe. Tickets to performances at Baden-Baden’s opera and concert hall are hot items and sought after by many from around the world, as the town attracts not only Europeans but visitors from abroad.

For those in the know, there are backstage tours of this modern concert hall, available and highly recommended as it is the second largest opera house in all of Europe. It is said that the top stars love to perform at Baden-Baden as the town is so appealing.

Top events also take place at Baden-Baden’s Kurhaus with its unique Belle Epoch styled elegance. Whether it’s a concert, a casino visit, a midnight dinner or a star-studded ball, the Kurhaus represents Baden-Baden’s glittering center stage.

When night falls in Baden-Baden, the Kurhaus with its elegant casino reveals its best side: radiant and full of life. Jacket and tie required. The Baden-Baden Theater also enchants with its Belle Epoch exterior, similar to that of the Paris Opera. While on the inside, it enthralls with its modern, contrasting performances.

The Fabergé Museum is the first of its kind to devote itself to the life’s work of Carl Fabergé. The complete spectrum of his work is represented in this unique collection, beginning with the famous imperial Easter eggs for the Tsar’s family through to the exquisite pieces of jewelry and high-quality everyday items from the time of the First World War.

Among the many exhibits are the world’s largest collection of luxurious cigarette cases and a wide variety of miniature animals made from precious stones.

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The museum of collector Frieder Burda in Lichtentaler Allee is a sparkling jewel in Kurpark Baden-Baden. Designed by renowned New York celebrity architect Richard Meier, the museum architecture allows for plenty of natural light and is truly unique.

Classical modern art and contemporary art are the primary focus of the Frieder Burda collection that includes eight of Picasso’s pieces and American artists of the abstract expressionism movement known as part of the New York School.

In addition to paintings by Gottlieb, de Kooning, Pollock and Rothko, the collection also contains one of Clyfford Still’s most important works of art. The museum has a unique place in the European museum landscape.

There is also the Brahms House. There is an air of creativity, as it was herebetween 1865 and 1874that Brahms spent his summer months and wrote many of his world-famous compositions. As soon as you step inside the Blue Room, the original living room of Johannes Brahms, you begin to soak up the very special atmosphere, which the room holds.

Every two years, the Baden-Baden Brahms Society organizes the Brahms Days: a series of performances and events that once again fill the town’s concert halls with the sounds of his compositions.

If you still like to keep super active in your winter sport while relaxing in the afternoon and evenings, there is winter tobogganing, downhill and cross-country skiing all within a few minutes drive.

In sum, Baden-Baden has all the ingredients to host your individual health program in the winter months. The ambiance and facilities are a perfect for mixing action with pleasure at the town’s beautiful hotels.

The prices listed on the website can change so please call each hotel for the latest rates.

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