Traditional elegance and fine hospitality
Since almost 150 years, "Brenners", as our grand hotel is affectionately known, has presided over Lichtentaler Allee, in the heart of the verdant splendour of Baden-Baden’s famous park. Since opening its doors in 1872, Brenners has been in the hands of just two families, maintaining a passionate commitment to the traditions of elegant hospitality, while remaining at the vanguard of new developments. It was Brenners, for example, that pioneered the growth of wellness in grand hotels when we introduced an advanced spa concept in 1983. Over the years, the hotel has hosted numerous dignitaries from around the world: in the early days, the Shah of Persia, The King of Siam and a young King Edward VII; today, statesmen and Presidents.
The birth of Brenners
Camille Brenner -
a hotelier of genius
Camille Brenner, born in 1855, takes over the Stephanienbad from his parents and embarks on a programme of expansion. With this gifted hotelier at the helm, the hotel's ascendency to a world-class grand hotel begins.
With over 200 rooms of unparalled luxury, the Stephanienbad, now renamed Hotel Stephanie, has become a star attraction in Baden-Baden, a town which itself had developed into a leading spa resort. Entries in the guest book during this time reveal the hotel's importance: 1907 sees King Chulalongkorn of Siam and Laos accompanied by his large retinue holding court at the hotel.
The roaring twenties at Brenners
Challenging times in an explosive age
Oetker acquires a majority interest
A new era for Brenners
The cradle of europe
The last chapter of an intriguing family history
Olympic Congress in
XI Olympic Congress and the 84th Session of the IOC in Baden-Baden and Brenners: Juan Antonio Samaranch, President of the International Olympic Game Committee subsequently awards Olympic city status to Baden-Baden on 17 July 1997.
Sanus per Aquam
Vis a vis from Brenners
Brenners. Politics. Europe.
Historical evidence of the new east-west-relations
A grand hotel becomes younger
Brenners gastronomy takes on a new splendour
Racecourse hospitality at Iffezheim
Wag Circus in Baden-Baden
The Parkvilla opens
The redesigned Brenners Parkvilla opens a new chapter in the history of the historic palace with accommodation options that offer the ultimate in luxurious living.
History repeating itself
A look at the past,
prospects for the future
Brenners, as the grand hotel on the Lichtentaler Allee is affectionately known by hotel guests, has for 140 years been synonymous with grand tradition, great commitment and motivation for the future. Having been in private hands for generations – passing to Rudolf August Oetker in 1941 to become the first hotel in the family's Oetker Collection – the internationally renowned grand hotel provides the town of Baden-Baden with a calling card that is presentable throughout the world.
Glamour in Baden-Baden
50th anniversary of
Two countries united through gastronomy: the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Elysée Treaty, whose cornerstone was laid in Baden-Baden, was celebrated by the Michelin-star chefs Paul Stradner and Yannick Franques in Brenners Park-Restaurant.
Villa Stéphanie opens
Europe's most impressive and innovative new spa opened in January 2015 at Brenners-Park Hotel & Spa. The new spa, housed in the historic Villa Stéphanie adjacent to the existing hotel, offers an integrated approach to health that reflects the hotel's decades of experience and expertise in the spa and medical realm.
Fritz & Felix
Sharing is the new enjoyment. With Fritz & Felix Restaurant - Kitchen - Bar the city resort starts into a new culinary age. The food location stands for an urban way of life, relaxed communication and a cuisine that is as authentic as it is original.
The Fritz & Felix bar is a new crowd-puller of its own - inspired by the design and lifestyle of the Roaring Twenties.
At Fritz & Felix an evening becomes a real experience.