From the 15th February 2009 the hotel will close the Klostebau building for approximately 3 months to allow works to take place, once this is completed they will then close the Neubau building for approximately 3 months.
The large lobby is in the newer part, fairly modern in decor and is four floors high with daylight floodding in through the high glass front. Not far from it is the ""saeulenhalle"", an impressive traditional style grand hall with a double staircase and large columns.
The hotel consists of two interconnected buildings, one originally a monastery dating from 1809) and a new one built in the 1970's.
The bedrooms are large and tastefully furnished. The style of the decoration depends on their location in the hotel, those in the older part are more traditional in style and in good condition, whislt those in the newer part are more up to date in design and in very good condition. The bathrooms in both parts are in very good condition.
There is one large international restaurant called the ""parkrestaurant"". It is very traditional in style with mirrored columns, and matching soft furnishings in shades of white and yellow.
This hotel enjoys a central but peaceful location close to the spa gardens, the casino and some of Germany's most exclusive shopping. The train station is 5 km away and it is 8 km to the motorway.