Rooms and suites at Schloss THALHEIM
Stay in stylish rooms at Schloss THALHEIM
You will love Schloss THALHEIM! The vast grounds with lots of gardens and a large park with even a stream flowing through it and the hotel's historical ensemble of buildings are unique! The rooms and suites where you can stay are just as unique!
Provençal style rooms
The distinctive interior design style of Provence has been fascinating and enchanting people for centuries and it has long since secured a place among the most popular interiors internationally with its unique charm. Cosy, inviting, low-key rustic, extremely romantic and with a strong emphasis on nature – that's what living à la Provence stands for and this style is therefore absolutely ideal for your stay at Schloss THALHEIM. As the bright rooms inside the historical walls furnished with elegant natural materials, comfortable furniture, sensuous fabrics in light shades of stone, blue, lilac and green typical of Provence and lots of lovingly arranged accessories go perfectly with Schloss THALHEIM's wonderful park and gardens and the surrounding nature. Feel at home, relax, succumb to a journey for the soul – you don't even have to try in the Provence rooms at Schloss THALHEIM.
exclusive flower suites at Schloss THALHEIM
We follow in the footsteps of Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus and Alexander von Humboldt with this colonial style. These explorers and their successors brought cultural achievements from all over the world to Europe. The colonial style therefore plays with the colours and patterns of different styles. You can find floral paisley patterns next to Asian floral motifs or graphic ornamentation next to the French toile de Jouy design.
Our flower suites await you and your loved ones for a high-class stay. As the elegant and cosy rooms are not just located in a historical wing of the slightly higher situated former manor house, but also offer you all the luxury and amenities you need for a unique stay. The 5 flower suites are influenced by exotic, poetic blossoms and each one is assigned to a flower, such as: tulip, hibiscus, lily, magnolia and orchid.