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Schwarzwald Panorama ★★★★

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  • The location in the heart of nature, surrounded by the beauty, serenity and wild landscapes of the Black Forest.
  • Soothing the body, mind and soul at the fantastic spa, with multiple saunas, baths and pools and a range of ancient treatments which make use of the therapeutic local waters.
  • The exquisite breakfasts, included in your stay for VeryChic guests.
  • The stunning views over the hills and woodland from every bedroom, as well as the panoramic terrace where you can enjoy meals during the summer months.
Schwarzwald Panorama ★★★★

Leave your troubles behind at this serene spa hotel with stunning views over the Black Forest.

Very good
8.1 /10
By Edward Fairbairn, VeryChic correspondent
The Schwarzwald Panorama enjoys a prime location in the bewitching Black Forest, perched on a hillside and gazing out over hills, valleys and dense woodland. As you step out onto your private balcony and survey the mystical, enchanting landscapes stretching out for miles before you, it is easy to see how this region has inspired countless fairytales and legends. Fortunately there are no wicked witches or menacing monsters in the ancient town of Bad Herrenalb, known for its therapeutic waters which you can enjoy at the hotel’s extensive spa, before heading on for some authentic tastes of the Black Forest at the fantastic restaurant!

Classic Room

Maximum occupancy: 2 people

Classic Room
Classic Room
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    Surface area: 32 m²
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    Bed type: 1 double bed
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    Bathroom with: shower and bath, toilet, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, complimentary toiletries
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    Room with: balcony or terrace with forest views, heating, desk, telephone, television with satellite channels, Sky TV and cable channels, tea and coffee essentials, minibar, Wi-Fi, safe

  • 24-hour reception
    Check in from 4pm and check out by 10.30am
  • 97 non-smoking rooms (smoking permitted on the balcony)
  • Wi-Fi available for free in the rooms and common areas of the hotel
  • La Vie restaurant - serves international cuisine with fresh, seasonal, local produce
    Open daily from midday-2pm & 6pm-10pm
    Menus adapted for specific dietary requirements available on request and with confirmation from the hotel
  • Schwarzwald Stube bar - (open daily from 6pm-1am)
  • Spa: sauna, hammam, solarium, thermal pool & hot tub - for a surcharge
    Open from 8am-8pm
    Spa menu available from the hotel reception
  • Gym - (open daily from 6am-10pm)
  • Indoor pool - (open from 6am-10pm)
    Towels available
  • Bad Herrenalb Golf Course: located 5km away
    9-hole golf course - fee: €40
    Further information available from the hotel reception
  • Parking available at a rate of €9.50 per night
  • The establishment provides disabled and limited mobility access on request and with confirmation from the hotel
  • Pets are permitted in the establishment at a rate of €25 per night
  • You can still explore a trail of surviving buildings from the Cistercian monastery which was once the heart of the town of Bad Herrenalb. Look out for the Restaurant Klosterscheuer, built around the old ruins in the monastery grounds, where you can enjoy some delicious local cuisine and an ambience which takes you back to medieval times.
  • Visit Germany’s most famous and fashionable spa town, Baden-Baden. The town’s thermal waters attracted royalty and members of the European upper classes in the 19th century, and now its elegant buildings and stately villas make it a charming place to stroll around and explore.
  • The city of Karlsruhe is relatively young, only established in 1715, and has always been very liberal and cultural, meaning there are some fascinating museums and galleries to discover. There are also some relaxing parks to stroll through and a spectacular baroque palace right in the centre, which houses a museum of art, culture and regional history.
  • Mountain biking in the gorgeous Black Forest countryside. Enquire at the hotel for more information.

Schwarzwald Panorama ★★★★

Rehteichweg 22


Bad Herrenalb (Black Forest region)


Schwarzwald Panorama **** is located in the very heart of the Black Forest, on the outskirts of the village of Bad Herrenalb with a beautiful view of the valley.


  • Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport (FKB) is the closest airport, located in Rheinmünster, 41 km / 25.5 mi (around 44 minutes' drive) from the hotel.

    The airport mostly receives flights from low-cost airlines such as Ryanair from a small number of cities across Europe. It also receives regular flights from Berlin and Hambourg with Air Berlin and Germanwings.

    Alternatively Stuttgart Airport (STR) is the closest well-served airport, located around 77 km / 47.8 mi drive to the east of the hotel.

    It is an important hub for Eurowings and welcomes flights from a wide variety of European airports, including a number of UK airports.

    Strasbourg International Airport
    (SXB) is another option, located around 101 km / 62.8 mi drive to the southwest of of the hotel, across the border in France.

    This airport receives a a number of flights from other French cities, and a few direct international flights, notably from London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Madrid, and Prague.

    To the hotel:

    Due to the remote location of the hotel, we would recommend a journey by car. There are many car-renting options at Stuttgart Airport and the ride takes about 90 minutes.

Common areas
  • Health & travel rules for Germany:
    There are no longer any health restrictions in place, or travel restrictions into or between EU countries, relating to Covid-19. This is subject to change, so we recommend checking your own government's travel advice prior to departure.
  • 2 nights minimum stay
  • Local tourist taxes of €2.60 per person, per night to be paid on site
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