Bliss in the Black Forest, Germany
A world waiting to be discovered
Tree-lined valleys, 10,000 hectares of National Park, year-round outdoor activities… this is Germany’s Black Forest. There is truly something for everyone in this verdant green paradise. Nature lovers discover the wildlife on a hike accompanied by a forest ranger and guide. Outdoor adventurers experience thrills on the bike trails and hiking routes. Golfers while away hours on the area’s outstanding golf courses. Even the children are not forgotten – the Rumpelstiltskin trail, the Experimenta experience museum in Freudenstadt and the Oberhamersbach nature trail are just a few examples of the wealth of family-friendly activities the Black Forest offers.
Explore the Black Forest
Experience the Black Forest in the lap of luxury
The 5-star superior Relais & Châteaux Hotel Dollenberg welcomes guests with genuine hospitality, culinary excellence and luxury pampering. From its humble beginnings as a tiny guesthouse and snack bar with two rooms, three tables and twelve stools, the Dollenberg has blossomed into a 5-star superior hotel resort with 100 rooms and suites, a Michelin-starred restaurant and a multi-award-winning destination spa.
A luxurious haven of peace in the Black Forest National Park and surrounded by the hotel’s own 70,000sqm nature park, this is the perfect spot for you to explore and enjoy the enchanting Black Forest. Take a refreshing swim in the outdoor pool for superb panoramic views, discover St Anna’s Chapel while exploring the Dollenberg grounds, and even squeeze in a game of tennis on the on-site courts. The 2-Michelin-starred Le Pavillon restaurant offers a sublime fine dining experience you won’t want to miss, with modern interpretations of French cuisine created by chef Martin Hermann. Finally, the 5,000sqm DOLLINA Spa & Health is the ideal place to relax and pamper yourself with a luxury treatment or sauna session. With so much to discover on site, you won’t need to leave the resort!
Photos: Hotel Dollenberg/Karl Hoffmann Fotografie/Michael Huber Fotografie, Nationalpark Schwarzwald