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Hotel Das Rübezahl; By the middle of June, a jewel of the Hotel Das Rübezahl had already been partially reopened. The Rohrkopfhütte, a mountain hut on the Tegelberg, was extensively renovated and expanded and now welcomes guests with culinary experiences and a unique panoramic view.

There are also some innovations in the hotel itself. Half of the four “Royal” themed suites have already been redesigned. The staff retreat on Lake Forggensee is also being expanded. This will ensure affordable living space for the Das Rübezahl team in the immediate vicinity.

The hotel’s garden area was enlarged, and a massage and Ayurveda pavilion were added. This is ideal for couple massages with a view of the royal castles but can also be booked for romantic occasions such as marriage proposals or private dinners. More additions will gradually follow in the coming months.

Berghotel Rehlegg

The private spa suite at Berghotel Rehlegg also offers the opportunity to spend time as a couple and be pampered by the trained staff at Almwies’n Spa. Afterwards, you can relax in the private infrared sauna or cosy lounge.

Eco Aparthotel The Dreamer’s Club

This year, the wooden outdoor lounges and the tree house at the Eco Aparthotel The Dreamer’s Club were given a new coat of paint. The seating areas in the common rooms were also renewed and given an additional protective coating. Attention was paid to using ecological, water-based paint and environmentally friendly materials.

There have been minor renovations in the flats, which repeat guests are happy to notice. In addition, a large terrace has been created, inviting guests to practise yoga, and there is also a new yoga programme and regular classes.

OCÉANO Health Spa Hotel

The new Center of Healthy Motion at OCÉANO Health Spa Hotel has been open since 2019. Guests can exercise here on their own or with expert supervision. A bouldering wall offers a change from the training equipment, and a yoga room flooded with light invites you to extended flows and guided yoga sessions.

Those who prefer to practise outdoors will feel at home in the Yoga Space on the roof terrace and will also be rewarded with a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Anaga Mountains.

In the conference room of the Health Centre, workouts can be complemented by seminars. And those who want to relax can spend time at the new infinity pool or end the day in the Rooftop Lounge.

HUBERTUS Mountain Refugio

Since July 2021, guests of the HUBERTUS Mountain Refugio can enjoy wellness, yoga and relaxation on more than 4,500 square metres. The newly built spa temple offers everything your heart desires with various sauna options, an Alpine Zen garden, Japanese onsen pool, tea room, micro-salt room and an infinity pool with a view of the Allgäu mountains. Two couples’ treatment rooms invite you to enjoy some relaxed togetherness. There are several relaxation rooms, a natural bathing lake and numerous offers for treatments and massages.

There are designated yoga platforms in indoor and outdoor areas, some with a lake view. For active holidays, the top-equipped Mountain Move fitness lounge is available.

Biohotel Sturm

The new Garden View Double Rooms at Biohotel Sturm combine a natural ambience and a climate-neutral carbon footprint. The Adults-Only accommodation units offer a private terrace with a view of the natural bathing pond and the lush garden landscape—lots of peace and tranquillity for relaxing days for two.

When building the garden view rooms, great attention was paid to eco-friendly construction using locally sourced timber. The skylight provides light in the bathroom and ensures fresh air supply and circulation in all rooms. There is no television; instead, guests are consciously meant to use the time to decelerate, to listen to the frog concerts and the babbling of the stream.


At ADLER Lodge RITTEN, the farm-to-table principle is being taken to the next level. A garden and field paradise is currently being created on a site spanning 4,000 square metres, which will not only supply the kitchen with fresh vegetables, grains and fruit but will also serve as an oasis of relaxation for the guests.

In addition to garden beds, curved paths, a pond and cosy seating areas will be designed and built. The garden is being created as a mixed culture with various vegetable and eastern species, summer wheat, herbs and flowers, which will serve as varied food sources for the insect world.


The SCHWARZWALD PANORAMA is also about to undergo major renovation work. The rooms will be renovated according to the Cradle-to-Cradle (C2C) principle with the highest ecological standards. The C2C design principle is based on the circular economy, in which raw materials are carefully selected and kept in a closed cycle. In other words, no waste is produced.

The hotel consciously selects the building materials, focusing on environmentally friendly resources, climate neutrality, the highest social standards and regeneration quality, among other things. After completion of the renovations, there will be three room types, each with different features and concepts. The Bohemian style combines the unconventional with vitalising and activating elements. Self-development and inspiration are the focus.

This contrasts the Waldklang concept with earthy and woody tones, which captivates guests with magical silence and invites them to deep relaxation. Falkenstein’s third room type recalls the powerful origins and a strong basic sense of security.

In addition to renovating the rooms, constructing a panoramic outdoor sauna is also in the planning stage.

More hotel information is available on www.greenpearls.com and the hotels’ websites.

Edited by: Madhura Katti