The regent’s building is Bad Kissingen’s landmark and most magnificent edifice. It was constructed in neo-baroque style by order of Prince Regent Luitpold of Bavaria between 1911 and 1913, according to the plans by architect Max Littmann. Located in the heart of Bad Kissingen, it is the bridge between the historical city center and the spa facilities. Together with the adjoining arcade building and the covered promenade, it forms a stately ensemble.
Whether you’re planning a congress or a conference, seminar or workshop, gala or banquet: the impressive rooms of the regent’s building turn every event into an atmospheric experience for up to 1,200 people. Each room is equipped with modern event technology.
The spacious foyer of the regent’s building welcomes visitors in an atmosphere of elegance. Situated between the entry and the Max Littmann hall, the foyer is perfectly suited for use as a break lounge or for stand-up receptions during conferences and cultural events.
Max Littmann hall
455 square meters in size, the Max Littmann hall is one of the finest concert halls in the world. It was originally designed for balls and concerts. Today the Max Littmann hall is the setting for performances by renowned orchestras and international artists, as well as for congresses, conferences, and events. The hall is U-shaped and surrounded by a large gallery.
The green room
The green room is 180 square meters in size. It captivates visitors with its exceptional elegance and its furnishings, which reference the art nouveau style. The green room gets its name from the intense green color of its walls, which are adorned with silver-colored ornaments.
The white room
One of the most beautiful rooms in Bad Kissingen is the 150-square-meter white room, designed in rococo style. Its spacious wall of windows looks out on the Schmuckhof, the enchanting inner courtyard of the regent’s building.
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