The Bader Hotel successfully combines modern Scandinavian design with Bavarian warmth. Hostess Monika Hobmeier, who grew up in Parsdorf herself and built the hotel on the family's property, ensures the personal ambience.
She let her Bavarian roots and attachment to the place Parsdorf flow in as well as her love for Sweden. She lived there for a few years and got to know the "lagom feeling", which has become the philosophy of the house and describes the balance in everyday life, the reduction to the essentials and a conscious approach to our time, nature and our environment. The interior has been chosen according to the motto “not too much and not too little”, and the decoration is deliberately kept simple. Chairs, lamps and the reception desk were designed by the father-in-law and interior designer Ernst Bader and give the Bader Hotel its individual flair.
The business boutique hotel with various conference rooms has a beautiful garden with large trees and attracts families and leisure guests in addition to business travelers. The family team ensures a relaxed and at the same time professional service. In the restaurant, a lot of emphasis is placed on regionality and freshness, and the all-wood rooms ensure a special feeling of well-being that allows guests to sleep well.
The hotel is located in a small industrial area in Parsdorf near Munich and has a great connection to the north-south tangent, so you can be in the city in 20 minutes and yet in the rural suburbs. The industrial area has everything from grocery stores to various fashion stores to offer.
|Double room||from96 €|
ArchitectureThe hotel is a wooden building with a larch façade, with the arrangement of the strips resulting in the word "Bader" in binary code. The windows of the individual rooms are of different widths and are arranged in such a way that on closer inspection one sees a wave movement. Sustainability was already in the foreground during construction: the facade, furniture and rooms are made of wood. The garden is laid out in the "New German Style" with over 300 flowers and perennials as well as berries (strawberries and aronia). There are many flowers for bees and native insects. A large, floor-to-ceiling glass front was installed in the direction of the garden, allowing plenty of light into the rooms. The conference area is also designed in a similar way. The roof of the house is built to collect rainwater and regulate the temperature of the greenery. Local craft businesses were commissioned to complete the project.
FoodThe KASPAR eatery serves meat, fish, vegetarian and vegan dishes - a little bit of everything but with a manageable and sufficient selection. 95% of the food used is regional and seasonal, and always fresh. The menu is small and fine and changes weekly. The products are mainly obtained from suppliers in the area, from a radius of around 30 kilometers, and, if possible, even picked up directly from the producer on site. Meat comes from a butcher in Poing, fish is obtained from the Köppelmühle in Markt Schwaben. The bread comes from a bakery in Parsdorf and the eggs and potatoes are supplied by a farm in Angelbrechting. The organic ice cream comes from Munich, the milk is delivered from the Berchtesgadener Land and the coffee is roasted on Irschenberg. The two chefs use refined vegetables from the neighboring nursery, one of the house recommendations is, for example, the pumpkin risotto (with grilled wild broccoli and parmesan chip). Kaspar's Veggie Burger is always well received. The kitchen is happy to take food intolerances into account.
All employees come from the area. Mainly women are employed, many of them are mothers who can combine children and work in the hotel. Once a week yoga and Pilates are done together in the fitness room - this is free for the employees. Monika Hobmeier pays attention to a five-day week and once a year she enables a two-day company outing together.
EnvironmentThe hotel has a green roof, which ensures a microclimate, i.e. temperature equalization in the summer and winter months. It is heated with geothermal energy and cooled with evaporated rainwater. There is a cooling ceiling in the conference rooms, but deliberately no air conditioning. Less electricity is used through floor-to-ceiling windows (light inlet). The wooden facade and the many wooden furniture ensure CO2 compensation. The garbage is strictly separated and plastic packaging is avoided. The Bader Hotel sees itself as a sustainable company, from the construction to the attitude towards life of the owner and the employees. One does not consciously orientate oneself to trends, but rather to a long-term well-being with personal service.
Well-BeingThere is a small fitness room for guests who want to be active in the morning or in the evening. There are light dumbbells, a trampoline, fitness mats and steppers in the room. The Parsdorf Forest is only a 10-minute walk away. The property offers two rental bicycles. Guests can hike in the nearby Parsdorfer Hart and Ebersberger Forest and surf in Munich on the Isar. There are many bathing lakes in the area and the Erding thermal baths are only 20 minutes away.
Sie glauben nicht, dass man sich mitten im bayerischen Parsdorf wie in einem schwedischen Landhaus fühlen kann? »Das Bader Hotel« beweist das Gegenteil und vereint rustikales Skandinavien-Feeling mit moderner Architektur.
|Double room||from96 €|
It takes just under half an hour to get to Parsdorf (18 km) from Munich by car. Landshut is just under an hour away (65 km) and Rosenheim is also around 50 minutes by car (50 km). The exact address can be found on the website.
The nearest S-Bahn stations are in Grub or Vaterstetten. From there a bus runs to the hotel, the bus stop is only 50 meters away. It is also possible to organize a pick-up from the train station.
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