We are extending our season for you!
Please note our autumn offers.
From October 4th, 2020 you can cancel your booking free of charge up to one week before arrival.
For all bookings in November up to 3 days before arrival. This only applies to all direct bookings.
"Give every day the chance
to become the most beautiful day of your life."
The best holiday is one during which you feel at ease despite being away from home. Surrounded by the gorgeous scenery of Lake Constance you’ll savour the most treasured time of your year. Our hotel satisfies your holiday and relaxation dreams with supreme elegance.
Our holiday hotel is in a lovely, tranquil setting in the heart of Hagnau, with a splendid view of the lake and the Alps and good transport connections. A path leads directly from the hotel to the lakeside (2 minutes).
Enjoy a lavish buffet breakfast and dinner in our newly revamped restaurant, on the sun terrace or in the cosy Hansjakobstüble.
We look forward to welcoming you!
The Arnold family
Where something new is awakening.
Where tradition and modernity harmoniously combine.
Where there's space for relaxation, pleasure and indulgence.
Where a warm and welcoming atmosphere is guaranteed.
Where comfort and design are effortlessly combined.
Where luxury is everyday and every day is luxurious.
Where happiness has no limits.
Our rooms with a balcony all offer a splendid view of Lake Constance and the Swiss Alps. The perfect setting in which to dream, relax, switch off, feel good and enjoy life...
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To mark our 25th anniversary a sculpture entitled “Hansjakobs Rast” by the sculptor Gerold Jäggle was unveiled in the entrance area of our hotel.
The idea was to come up with something original on the theme of “Hansjakob”. The idea for the sculpture was that Hansjakob isn’t even present.
And why is that? Because he has put down his hat, his stick and his book “Snowballs from Lake Constance” and is relaxing in the restaurant with a delicious glass of local Hagnau wine.
The sculpture is made up of three angular basalt steles which represent the steeliness of the pugnacious clergyman. Gerold Jäggle cast the hat, stick and book in his own workshop from bronze.