The “documenta-town” offers a wide variety of art and culture
and is a home to numerous unique museums. What ever your motivation is you will enjoy our ideal location in the middle of Germany.
You need only two till three hours via train to Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt or Munich.What ever your motivation is – Kassel is interesting and charming for both, business and leisure.
The unique location in the Kurfürsten Galerie guarantees all under the same umbrella: Meetings, Entertainment and shopping.
We ensure that our guests have a pleasant stay in one of our 128 non-smoking rooms
, including 14 junior
suites. All rooms equipped with direct dial phone with voice mail, Public Wireless Lan, safe, hair dryer, minibar, TV, coffee and teamaking facilities. Junior suits feature further comforts such as trouser press and other services.
Directly in the Kurfürsten gallery we spoil you in our restaurant BRASSERIE LE COQ
with originally French cuisine and genially service.
With our personal touch and attention to detail, satisfaction is guaranteed.
You will enjoy relaxing after a busy day at the Hotel Bar
Due to our ideal location with a public garage (over 600 places), our conference centre is one of the prime destinations for meetings in Kassel. For banquets, conferences, meetings and seminars, seven modular adapted rooms
can host up to 300 people in about 640 sqm. All rooms are equipped with essential technical details, daylight and air conditioning and heating. Our know-how combined with the creativity and flexibility of our Team promise the success of your special event
Kassel is recognized as the capital of the German Fairy Tale Route
and the town of the known brother Grimm. The surroundings have much to offer the visitor. The Europeans largest hillside park Wilhelmshöhe with the Castle, Löwenburg and the majestic symbol of the city – the Hercules. The Karlsaue, as large as the principality of Monaco, is ideal for relaxing and only five minutes walk away from the Best Western Plus Hotel Kassel. Discover Kassel in the footsteps of the “documenta” the biggest exhibition of modern art.