In Bad Honnef you can look back on 1,100 years of history, which the Seminaris Hotel Bad Honnef counters with a modern hotel culture. Alexander von Humboldt once called Bad Honnef the “Rhenish Nice” because the climate here is so pleasantly mild that it is reminiscent of the Cote d’Azur – the best conditions for relaxed excursions with the family! It is wonderful to stroll around between the charming old half-timbered houses. Then it’s off on the cogwheel train up the Drachenfels to Drachenburg Castle. During the Bonner Personen boat trip, a picturesque view of the explored terrain opens up from the water. After so much variety, it is all the better to sleep in one of the 211 rooms or apartments, which are all modernly designed and comfortably equipped at the same time. With us, you and your children will spend an all-around successful vacation.
Our own underground parking lot at the Bad Honnef site offers 50 parking spaces for cars, and there are a further 60 spaces in the outdoor parking lot. The fee is EUR 12 per day and parking space.
The best way to get there by train is via Rhöndorf station – from there, bus 565 goes to “Städtisches Kurhaus”. Cologne/Bonn Airport is about 38 kilometers away.
Seminaris Hotel Bad Honnef
53604 Bad Honnef
The Deutsche Bahn event ticket offers participants in your meeting, workshop or conference the opportunity to travel by train at a fixed price throughout Germany. Simple, comfortable, safe and climate-friendly.
Directly at the house are 2 charging stations for refueling e-cars.
Rent one of our e-bikes and explore Cologne-Bonn region. The motor gives you power for relaxed bike tours in the region!
There is a lot to explore around the Seminaris Hotel Bad Honnef: Discover history, nature and other sights in the region!
It all began with a settlement in the Middle Ages, which developed through viticulture and agriculture. What has happened since then and how Bad Honnef has developed into the magnificent spa town it is today will be told in greater detail this year.
This path leads past the historical sights of the city – from the Catholic Parish Church of St. Johann Baptist to the old community center “Hontes” to the Göttchesplatz and the Schülgen Foundation.
Grafenwerth Island has been part of Bad Honnef for about 100 years. With the Siebengebirge mountains in the background, it has a picturesque backdrop and from here you can see the Rhine and the island of Nonnenwerth.
It confidently calls itself “The most beautiful museum in the world” and we don’t want to doubt it at all, because this regional museum and specialized museum for Rhine Romanticism in Königswinter is really an experience.
If you take the rack railroad up the Drachenfels, you should get off halfway at Schloss Drachenburg – yes, the castle from “Bares für Rares”. On a good day, you can see as far as Cologne Cathedral from the Gründerzeit building, as well as the Siebengebirgen Nature Park.
For this museum, a classicist train station building has been merged with a new building. International fine art, classical concerts and a summer chamber music festival are presented on the four exhibition levels.
This vineyard under the Drachenfels originated as a medieval estate in the heart of Rhöndorf, a district of Bad Honnef. With the Pinot Blanc Unkler Sonnenberg and the Pinot Noir Terrassen, two real top wines are grown here.
Willy Brandt lived in Unkel from 1979 to 1992. The Willy Brandt Forum commemorates the well-known politician, former German Chancellor and Nobel Peace Prize winner. Among other things, his study from the house in Unkel, where he last lived, can be seen.
The Broel family has been growing wine in Bad Honnef since the middle of the 19th century. Today, their wine cellar is considered the largest in the Siebengebirge. An area of 2.5 hectares on the Drachenfels is cultivated – exclusively with white wines.
The residence where Konrad Adenauer lived until his death became a memorial. The federal government established a foundation to preserve the memory of Adenauer. Among other things, it displays a permanent exhibition and carries out historical-political educational work.
In the center of the historic spa district of Bad Honnef is the Kurhaus. In the 20th century it developed into the cultural center of the town – concerts were given here, theater performances and festivals took place.
Regional family businesses show you the most beautiful sides of the region from the water with their passenger ships. Alone, in pairs or with up to 350 guests, you can experience scheduled or theme cruises on the Rhine and Moselle.
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