Environment

monte mare Kaiserslautern

Awarded as the most beautiful sauna in Rhineland-Palatinate, just 5 minutes away from the hotel.

monte mare Kaiserslautern offers a swimming-pool, a leisure bath with slides and waves as well as a sauna and a wellness paradise.

Whether from Saarbrücken, Frankenthal, Alzey or Pirmasens: monte mare Kaiserslautern is well attainable from all directions. The PRE park lies directly with the triangle Kaiserslautern (A6 / A63). Free parking is as well available.

K1 High Ropes Course Fröhnerhof

Up the trees, climbing, fun!

A wonderful piece of nature, healthy trees, a few loads of building wood, many meters of steel and the enthusiasm you bring along – these are the ”ingredients“ for this attraction in the Palatinate Forest: At the K1 High Ropes Course Fröhnerhof you can discover for yourself the purest joy of climbing! The courses consist of exercises which make the way from one platform to the next a genuine adventure, with obstacles made from cables, swings, rope bridges and wooden bridges.

Alpine safety equipment makes it possible: you, too, can balance, slide and climb high up among the tree tops in the K1 High Ropes Course Fröhnerhof! A fascinating experience for everyone – from schoolchild to sports climber. The different grades of difficulty on the courses take care of that, offering exactly the right challenge for every demand.

Garden Fair Kaiserslautern

The first Horticultural Fair in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate in 2000 was a story of success.

Therefore, it was logical to install the Kaiserslautern Garden Fair as a recurring annual event. The terrain reflects the topography of hills and valleys typical for the Kaiserslautern region: The entrance area and the Neumühle Park (Dinosaur Park) are located in the valley; the Kaiserberg (elevated part of the area) requires some climbing.

This mixture of elevated parts of the park and those located in the valley constitute the special charm and attraction of the area.

Every part of the area is easily accessible by walking and many small treasures along the way make hiking through the park a pleasant undertaking.

A visit to the Kaiserberg should definitely be part of the program. From there you have a spectacular view of Kaiserslautern and how beautifully the city is embedded in the middle of the Palatinate Forest. Visitors wanting to spare themselves from climbing up to the Kaiserberg are recommended to drive their cars to the upper entrance at the Kaiserberg.

Japanese garden

With approx. 13.500 square meters the Japanese garden is Kaiserslautern in the meantime the biggest Japanese garden in Europe and first of its kind in Rhineland-Palatinate.

Is remarkable not only its size, but also its unique ambiance. In only ten years since establishment of the association Japanese garden Kaiserslautern inc in 1997 an exotic garden paradise has appeared in direct neighborhood to Kaiserslauterer downtown, in co-operation of engaged citizens with the city of Kaiserslautern.

Kammgarn Kaiserslautern

The arts centre Kammgarn is in the buildings of the worsted yarn spinning mill gone in 1981 in bankruptcy in direct neighborhood to the Garden fair.

The buildings stand under conservation of monuments and historic buildings and accommodate near both big event spaces casino and museum 2 a club - the Cotton club - which is also used for concerts. Once annually takes place in each case the Kammgarn international jazz festival and in the Cotton club the Kammgarn international blues festival. At night the special ambiance is set by a bright installation of the Palatine of artist Michael Seyl in scene. In addition, various sculptors attached permanently installed exhibits on the ground.

Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern

The Pfalztheater is situated in the city centre of Kaiserslautern close to the Town Hall. By car : Exit the A6 at "KL-Centrum".

There is an underground car park at the theatre. To receive a discount on parking charges, please use the reduction machines at the entrances before paying your ticket.

By bus : Use any bus line to the city centre and get off at the Town Hall stop. There is also a taxi rank outside the theatre.

Golfclub Barbarossa

The golf club Barbarossa (20 Min by car) which belongs to 10 most difficult Germany lies 20 kms northwest from our hotel and has the size of more than approx. 85 ha.

The 18-hole golf course offers a wonderful view to the south of the Palatine of forest and the Sickinger height.

Perfume museum

The perfume museum is located on the ground of the "Grün perfume and cosmetics manufacture" in Mehlingen-Baalborn. It is opened on Thursday's from 10-12 and 13-16 o'clock, Friday's from 10-12 and 13-15 o'clock.

Every hour guidances are possible, but with maximally 8 persons.

Barbarossaradweg

The approximately 90 km long Barbarossa Cycle Route extends across the Palatinate area of Germany, connecting the Rhine cycle Route close to the Emperor city of Worms with the Glan-Blies cycle route close to Glan-Münchweiler in the area known as the Kuseler Musicians land after passing through the Barbarossa city of Kaiserslautern directly passing the Hotel-Restaurant Barbarossahof.

Starting in Rheinhessen the cycle route passes through the magnificent and diverse landscapes which are to be found in the Palatinate: when coming from Worms, the Rhine plain which is characterised by its agriculture and viniculture, when coming from Ramsen, the Palatinate Forest Nature park with the Eiswoog, an idyllic forest lake and popular local recreation destination, to the east of Kaiserslautern where Westrich and its lowlands can be found.

Palatinate Forest

The Palatinate Forest (German: Pfälzerwald) is a low-mountain region in southwestern Germany, located in Palatinate in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The forest is a designated nature park (German: Naturpark Pfälzerwald), equivalent Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), covering 1,771 km² and its highest elevation is Mount Kalmit (673 m).

Together with the northern part of the adjacent Vosges Mountains in France it forms the UNESCO Biosphere reserve Palatinate Forest-Vosges du Nord. The Biosphere reserve is one of the biggest forests in Europe.