Organic Hotel Bavaria
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION BIO HOTELS AND HOSTS WITH LIVED PHILOSOPHY
We are proud to run the only two BIO HOTELS in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and to offer a holistic holiday offer. Our way of becoming a member of BIO HOTELS was paved by personal conviction and, eventually, lead to offering holiday experiences far beyond organic-certified nutrition. We are also committed to use sustainable electricity, FSC-certified paper, environmentally friendly cleaning supplies as well as 100 % organic-certified cosmetic products. Add nostalgic charm, a touch of modernization, an ingrown garden and you will get an attractive sustainable package.
We want the Hotel Bavaria to be a special place for you, where everything fits and personal relaxation begins. Where you can enjoy the little things in life, the things that make a difference. “Too philosophical,” you say. We can be more precise! Just leave your cell phone in the room. Wave goodbye to the departing bus, because everything is within walking distance. Listen to carefree children in the garden and indulge yourself in sweet memories.
Take a swing to the nearby Garmisch pedestrian zone, visit the small library in the conservatory or listen to calming river noises on our terrace. Enjoy time with your beloved ones, watch your children play in the garden, close your eyes and experience the moment.
YOUR HOSTS: FAMILY SEIWALD-VON THURN
That’s us – family Seiwald-von Thurn and our staff from Biohotel Bavaria. We wish to make your stay with us as relaxing as possible and welcome you to Bavaria.
BIOHOTEL BAVARIA – YOUR STARTING POINT FOR DISCOVERING BAVARIA
Bavaria’s most beautiful landscapes can be explored right from the Hotel Bavaria. Did you know that the Werdenfelser Land has 33 eco-friendly DAV hiking and mountain tours? From Eschenlohe to the Zugspitze, you can explore more than 400 km of bike trails and mountain bike tours. The Murnau Staffelsee is the island richest lake in the Alps Foothills and reaches up to 25 degrees bathing temperature in summer. On the Schachen you will find the eponymous royal house of Ludwig II and Bavaria’s highest Alpine garden? These and countless other nature and adventure sites can be easily reached from the starting point Hotel Bavaria. Whether by train or bus from the nearby station, directly from the front door on a bicycle, or by car. We are also happy to provide you with personal recommendations. Just ask!
ORGANIC HOTEL NEAR MUNICH – EXPERIENCE AUTHENTIC BAVARIAN CULTURE
At Hotel Bavaria you can combine both – nature and culture. Within reach you will the metropolises Munich as well as Innsbruck which provide a diverse cultural offering: Pop Art Exhibition, German Museum, Munich Tollwood Festival, New Orleans Music Event, Oktoberfest and many more! Furthermore, you can also enjoy a good movie in the legendary cinema at Wank or visit the popular Heimatsound-Festival in Oberammergau. The choice is yours!
COMMON-ECONOMICS IS IMPORTANT TO US
Some time ago, we were in the process of creating our first compact balance of common good economy. “Common good economy” refers to an economic system based on values that promote common welfare. It is a lever for change on economic, political and social levels.
… on economic level, it is a viable, concrete alternative for companies of various sizes and legal forms. The purpose of economic activity and the evaluation of corporate success are defined on the basis of values oriented towards common good.
… on political level, it is an engine for legal change. The goal of engagement is a good life for all living beings and the planet, supported by a welfare-oriented economic system.
Human dignity, global fairness and solidarity, environmental sustainability, social justice and democratic participation are essential elements.
… on social level, it is an initiative for raising awareness of systemic change, based on common, appreciative actions of as many people as possible.
The movement gives us hope and courage and seeks networking and fertilization with other alternative initiatives. Common good economy sees itself as an open-ended, participative and locally growing process with global appeal.