Hotels in Schoenau am Koenigssee, Germany - your base to discover the city.
Schoenau am Koenigssee HotelsLocated on the edge of the Austrian/German border, the idyllic alpine landscape of Schoenau am Koenisgsee is home to vast evergreen pine forests, shimmering emerald lakes, and of course, the imposing splendour of the Berchtesgaden Alps complete the picture, and you'll find the oldest bobsleigh course in the world here. Skiing is the main focus of both locals and tourists, but you'll also find some stunning natural sights along with plenty of warming Bavarian cuisine to prepare for the slopes. Things to seeIf you can't wait to experience the excitement of the powdery white snow, then you'll want to head straight to Goetschen Ski Centre. The floodlit, pure white slopes of the centre means you can enjoy a thrilling slalom well into the evening, and there's a number of slopes to suit all levels. Ski tours are available, too. If you fancy a break from the fast paced thrills of the skiing, or are a history buff, a visit to the Eagle's Nest is a must. Located at an altitude of just under 2,000 feet, the brooding grey stone structure was built for Hitler's 50th birthday, and offers truly breathtaking views of the sweeping, jagged eastern Alps. Whatever time of year you visit, the sprawling natural beauty of the nearby national park has plenty on offer. There's also the striking, almost Middle Eastern architecture of St Bartholomew's Church to discover inside. Hotels in Schoenau am KoenigsseeAlthough hotels in Schoenau am Koenigsee come in a pleasingly traditional flavour, you'll still find all the extras you'd expect. WiFi access is available in both guest rooms and the hotel lobby in most cases, for example. Many Shoanau Am Koenigssee hotels are fashioned with the skier in mind, so you'll be able to take a soak in a bubbling sauna after a hard day perfecting your downhill runs. Hearty food is a big part of Bavarian culture too, so expect to find all the traditional fare at hotels in Schoenau am Koenigssee, especially meaty spiced sausage, and tangy sauerkraut. Where to stayIf you're visiting in the winter, and plan on spending most of your time on on the pristine mountain slopes, then staying slightly out of town along Kollertradte means you'll be moments from an early morning ski. Families might want to stay near the mouth of the Konigssee, as you'll have easy access to both ski slopes, and the vivid greens of the nature park. If you want to stay close to transport links and be able to take your pick of activities, then finding accommodation in nearby Berchtesgaden can be a good choice for sightseeing couples. How to get to Schoenau am KoenigsseeBy far the easiest way to reach Schoanau Am Koenigsee, for both domestic and international visitors, is by train via Munich or Salzburg. Both cities have major international airports, and operate a regular train service to Berchtesgaden. From there, Schonau am Koenigssee is a short bus or taxi ride away. Transport in the area is very good, thanks to tourism being popular here. There are numerous local bus services to attractions, and you can even catch an electric boat across the shimmering waters of the lake. Driving is also an option, although some attractions such as the Eagle's Nest aren't accessible by car.