For one and all

Schloss Hohenkammer’s hotel primar­ily provides par­ti­cipants of work­shops and sem­inars with their de­served rest. But many other guests also visit the beau­ti­ful castle to spend a few peace­ful nights in com­fort­able rooms at con­veni­ent prices, on grounds that in­clude a spa, beer garden and the de­lights of the castle res­taur­ant, Camers. A warm wel­come to all.


Tranquility — a silent pleasure

One of the most im­por­tant “com­fort zones” for our guests is the hotel room that serves as their home away from home dur­ing their stay with us. The abil­ity to re­treat into one’s own shell can be taken quite lit­er­ally here.

Many of our modern, com­fort­able and func­tional guest rooms are de­signed accord­ing to the nautilus prin­ci­ple. Guests enter an invit­ing and expan­sive space and then move in a spi­ral to­ward the shower and bath­room area. Con­versely, the space then opens up again towards the bed- and liv­ing room. One leaves the rooms in an “open” frame of mind.

Although modern in style, the ho­tel’s in­te­rior archi­tec­ture re­sponds to the mate­ri­als found in the fac­ing cas­tle: stone, wood and plas­ter. By the way, all the wood comes from the cas­tle’s pri­vate forests.

Early bird breakfast:
In the lobby of the hotel
6 am to 7 am
Saturday, Sunday and on bank holidays
7 am to 8 am

In the Gutshof-Restaurant
7 am to 10 am
Saturday, Sunday and on bank holidays
to 11 am

Prices accommodation


Unimaginable possibilities

A culinary paradise, hide away, week­end dream, shopping rally and golf centre – Schloss Hohen­­kam­­mer offers all that wrapped up 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…

Camers over night

The young chef at the Camers conjures up culinary creations. Schloss Hohen­kam­mer will enchant you with its ambience.

Enjoy a five-course menu with wine accompaniment in the Camers Schloss­res­tau­rant. One night in a cosy double room.

Starting at 154 euros per person


On the first night, enjoy a meal in the Alte Galerie. On the second night, enjoy a five-course menu with wine accompaniment in the Camers Schloss­res­tau­rant. Or dine in Camers on both nights for a surcharge. Two nights in a cosy double room.

Starting at 209 euros per person

Enough is enough!

Then it is time for heavenly peace. Like the kind to be had at Schloss Hohenkammer. With all the necessary comforts and services. A beautiful setting with a park and woodlands. Two nights in a cosy double room. Of course, with salutatory sparkling wine. And two fine meals in the Alte Galerie.

Starting at 139 euros per person

The weekend of the year

An old forester's house; situated on the Glonn River; with a terrace, garden and grill. Idyllic. A spacious and tastefully decorated living room, and a kitchen with all the trimmings. Two double bedrooms on the first floor, each with its own bathroom. And there is more: breakfast for two, a spa, a gym, private parking, WLan – all included and free of any extra charge. You will fall in love – with the “Altes Försterhaus”.

449 euros
Weekend rate (Friday to Sunday) and for max. 4 people – during the Bavarian school­holidays also available on week­days

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Bargain hunting. In style

Exclusive starting point: Schloss Hohen­kam­mer. With a salutatory Piccolo. Travel with a VIP card to Ingol­stadt Village (10% off on all outlet prices), or with the MVV-day ticket for a shopping spree in Munich. Relax in the evening with delicious food in the Alte Galerie. Two nights in a cosy double room.

Starting at 175 euros per person

Tee time!

Three golf courses are waiting in the surroundings: Schloss Rei­cherts­hau­sen – 7km, Gut Häu­sern – 15km, Ge­rols­bach – 17km. The first green fee is on us. For those interested in a power work out, Nordic walking sticks are ready and waiting, and bikes are available for hire. Crowning reward: the dinner menu and wine accompaniment in Camers Schloss­res­tau­rant. Two fine organic dinners in the Alte Galerie on the other two evenings. Three nights in a cosy double room.

Starting at 336 euros per person


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License to feel good

Those whose days are busy can find the relaxation they de­serve in our small but fine spa, where guests often experience a feeling of “re­ju­ve­na­tion”. Whether taking ad­van­tage of the fitness studio or sauna, a visit here will do them good.

Even the eyes relax. Instead of the usual spa kitsch, on the way down the spa stairs, vis­i­tors en­counter a sooth­ing calm from the space’s ma­te­ri­als and design. The archaic, rough-cut granite blocks exude strength and com­fort – just what you need to re­vi­talise. Take ad­van­tage of the other ameni­ties offered to our visitors.

4 pm to 10 pm

Finnish sauna
Organic sauna
60°C and 50% humidity

Bathrobes, slippers and tow­els are pro­vided in the chang­ing rooms.

Workout room:
6 am to 10 pm

A selection of ex­er­cise equip­ment is avail­able for use in our workout room.

Leisure time

Clear your head!

Eventually, one’s inner voice speaks up and gently asks whether it might not be the time to clear one’s head. “How about giving a sigh of relief and re­fu­el­ing?” When it’s right, it’s right – and we follow our inner voice.

Schloss Hohenkammer is literally sit­u­ated in the middle of a “cul­tural land­scape”. An ex­cur­sion to Scheyern, home of the im­pres­sive Benedictine monastery and former seat of the Bavarian royal family, is an ap­par­ent pos­si­bil­ity as one to Freising or the cul­tural and brew­ery town of Weihenstephan.

For those who distain such “short hops” into the sur­round­ing area, they can em­bark on their own nearer jour­neys via noc­tur­nal walks by torch­light, bowl­ing nights, raft build­ing and other castle events and ac­tiv­i­ties. In addi­tion, vis­i­tors can take ad­van­tage of “Kultur im Schloss” (Culture at the Castle), a series of read­ings, music recitals and other per­for­mances. Cozy fire­side evenings and amiable wine sem­i­nars round off the (culi­nary) cul­tural activities.

Bicycle or e-bike rental:
Guests who wish to ex­plore the area by bicycle or e-bike, reg­is­ter at the reception. Guided tours are available for groups of 20 or more.

Nordic walking:
Nordic walks are ar­ranged by ap­point­ment. Guides and poles are avail­able.

In the park there is a boules pit and boules balls are avail­able at the front desk.

Our soccer field (grass) is always open to both cham­pi­ons and am­a­teurs. Goals and balls are avail­able for use. Reg­is­tra­tion at the re­cep­tion.

Gabriela Brucher
Head of meeting & event sales
Phone +49 (0)8137 93 41 08

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