Fussen Hotels

Fussen hotels are a great option for any vacation in Germany if you’re keen on seeing some of the prettiest parts of the country. Located among the scenic backdrop of the Alps, the city of Fussen is the terminus of the famous Romantic Road, which is a great attraction in itself. Visitors can stroll along ancient streets lined with medieval gabled houses, venture into secluded squares, and soak up the historical ambience. The surrounding area is known for its natural healing waters since the time of the Romans, and it’s popular among visitors looking for the healing properties of the mud baths, relaxing springs, and massages.

The hotels on Romantic Road are close to numerous attractions in the old quarter, including the Fussen Heritage Museum, which is located in a former baroque-style monastery, or the Bavarian State Gallery in the Hohes Schloss (Castle). From many Fussen hotels, it is possible to arrange tours of the Romantic Road itself, along with the Linderhof Palace, Hohenschwangau Castle, and the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle.

Two excellent options for Fussen hotels are the Hotel Ludwigs and Hotel Jakob. Located in the historic old district of the city, the Hotel Ludwigs has views of the ancient pedestrian streets or the Hohes Schloss. The hotel serves traditional German-Bavarian cuisine at the onsite restaurant. Rooms are comfortable and include TV, Internet, and a private bathroom. Prices at the Hotel Ludwigs are reasonable and include a breakfast buffet as well.

At Hotel Jakob, there are scenic views of the mountains or the charming streets from the balconies of both the single and double rooms. The hotel is located in the quaint village of Bad Faulenbach on the ancient Roman Road of Via Claudia Augusta and nestled among rolling meadows, ancient forests, ponds and the nearby Lech River falls. Each room is spacious and comfortable, and the amenities include a TV, a phone, and a private bathroom. Prices are reasonable at the three-star hotel and include a breakfast buffet. The hotel is located a short walk from the old district in Fussen and a short drive from Neuschwanstein Castle.

Other Fussen hotels to consider include the Hotel Hirsch and the Luitpoldpark Hotel. The Hotel Hirsch is family-owned and prides itself on superior hospitality. The 53-room hotel is built in an Art Nouveau style, which blends with the old town’s pedestrian streets but still maintains its own style and modern elements, which beautiful Bavarian antiques are on display around the property. The Hotel Hirsch has an onsite restaurant serving regional cuisine, a beer room, and a rooftop terrace with views of the town and castle.

Luitpoldpark Hotel, which is located adjacent to the city park, offers 131-luxury rooms and suites. Guests enjoy upscale elegance and the convenience of staying in the historic Old Town portion of Fussen. Rooms are equipped with marble bathrooms, a safe, satellite TV, and a phone. You can dine in one of the four elegant hotel restaurants serving Bavarian specialties along with international cuisine. The hotel offers a variety of relaxing treatments including wellness packages, full body massages, facials, and deep cleansing treatments for men and women. Whether hiking, biking, skiing, or sightseeing is on your vacation itinerary, the Luitpoldpark Hotel offers year-round vacation packages to accommodate your needs.

Other excellent options for hotels on the Romantic Road include the Hotel Sonne, Park Hotel Bad Faulenbach, and Summer Hotel. There are choices in a wide range of budgets as well, making it possible to travel here even if you can’t afford luxury accommodations or want to save extra money for trips to Neuschwanstein and other area attractions.



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