Please note: changed opening times!
From Monday to Friday:
The beer garden opens at 3 pm.
The kitchen is in service from 6 to 10 pm.
On Saturday we open at 3 pm.
And on Sunday we open as usual at 12 pm.
Morning pint at the beer garden
Accompanied by the Bavarian brass band “Blasmusik Hohenkammer”
The beer garden is open from 10 am.
The music starts to play at 11.30 am.
On the occasion of bad weather, the morning pint will not be taking place.
Heimo Luxbacher “Der Mönch” (“The Monk”): Unsichtbarer Horizont (Invisible Horizon)”
Painting – Sculpture – Photography
Contemporary art from Austria
The exhibition will be open to the public from 10 September to 22 October.
A culinary paradise, shopping rally, golf centre, hide away and weekend dream – Schloss Hohenkammer offers all of these things in packages that are both appealing and affordable. Do not miss the chance to have a relaxed and enjoyable break from it all. Help yourself! Maybe even more than once…
Getting to Schloss Hohenkammer is now faster and easier than ever with our shuttle service in an electric(!) car!
We transport guest to and from the Petershausen train station and Munich International Airport.
After many years, Camers, our castle restaurant – aka Schlossrestaurant –, has moved into its final location, a beautiful vaulted room in the castle itself, befitting of the restaurant’s stature.
The workshops were demanding, the courses challenging. Much has been accomplished, and much remains to be done. But now the day has come to an end and it is time to relax and gather as friends to chat and share a drink.
Our grounds are extensive, and our rooms varied. To get a better idea of everything Schloss Hohenkammer has to offer, we invite you to take a virtual tour, on which you can move freely about on the castle grounds and in our buildings. You decide into which conference rooms, hotel rooms and restaurants you wish to have a peek.
Tips and more
The delicious fruit brandies produced on the castle’s Gut Eichethof leave nothing to be desired. Distilled with passion and absolute attention to quality, the range includes 25 brandies, from apple to rowan berry. In addition to its fine brandies, Gut Eichethof also produces outstanding oils, vinegars and honey from our own forests.
Does your conference concept still lack that certain kick? Should your conference’s theme and content be presented as a tangible, physical experience? As skilled event organisers, the Kiwi-Connection ensures animation and variety in your conference or seminar, thanks to activities such as rope course activities, midnight walks by torchlight, team building and personal development.
No matter if you are an early bird or a night owl, you are never left stranded at Schloss Hohenkammer: our gastronomical day starts with the early bird breakfast at the hotel lobby at 6 am and ends at our bar at 1 am. Take notice of slightly different times at the weekend:
One thing is clear: the new edition of our magazine is not run of the mill. And we are not just talking about our interview with a veritable seminar chair! This publication is unconventional in more ways than one: the images in it are characterised by the world of smartphones and selfies. Why do we need professional photographers when our guests document themselves and their days on their own? Even if the images are sometimes blurry, over- or under exposed – paramount is their positive character and empathetic quality. We also passed the word around, and received equally frank and carefree responses back from our guests. All this resulted in a unique portrait of Schloss Hohenkammer – created on a perfectly normal day: a testament to the positive force of such authenticity. If you like what you see, then send us one of your own selfies…
What really goes on in our seminar rooms? For the first time, a seminar chair breaks the silence.
An exclusive, imaginary interview!
Never before have so many images been in circulation worldwide. This edition also welcomed the selfie, revealing Schloss Hohenkammer through the eyes of its guests.
The established presentation format continues to bravely perform its duty; but digital competition is closing in. In an interview, Siegfried Haider discusses the future of the seminar and conference industry.