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Arcade building

In 1834, King Ludwig I commissioned his building officer Friedrich von Gärtner with the construction of covered lounge areas for guests. Von Gärtner built an arcade construction in classical style from carved yellow sandstone, and Max Littmann later expanded the building. Today it offers four rooms for your events, each unique in its furnishings and ambience. And the enchanting Schmuckhof is a popular location for receptions and cultural event in the summertime.

Rossini room

With this large spa room, 330 square meters in size, Bad Kissingen distinguished itself from other German spas in 1838. Even today, its curved arches and gorgeous coffered ceiling continue to impress visitors.

Salon am Schmuckhof

The salon directly adjoins the romantic Schmuckhof and connects the arcade building to the white room of the regent’s building. It is 150 square meters in size, and provides space for up to 100 persons.


The lovely open inner courtyard with statues of figures from Roman and Greek mythology, a decorative fountain, wall paintings, and a tall shaded walkway, has the ambience of a Renaissance-era Italian garden.

Fontane salon

Named after the poet Theodor Fontane, who often visited the spa, this bright, attractive 55-square-meter room is especially well suited for seminars, workgroups, and conferences.

Littmann studio

This simple, functional room has a podium and offers space for up to 100 persons in its 80 square meters. It is well suited for talks, courses, and seminars.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Bayer. Staatsbad Bad Kissingen GmbH
Im Luitpoldpark 1
97688 Bad Kissingen
T 0971 8048-270 / -276
F 0971 8048-279

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