A look into the past
Das Graseck is located at 900m above sea level in a nature reserve in the Wetterstein mountain range and just a few hundred metres away from the awe-inspiring Partnach Gorge. However, leaving everyday life behind, enjoying the peace and quiet, and focusing on health were not always on the agenda here. The building, a former royal Bavarian forester’s lodge, was the starting point for the first expedition up Zugspitze, during which the summit cross was erected in 1851. After it was purchased from the state, the forester’s lodge was converted into a mountain guesthouse. In November 1968, the guesthouse caught fire and burnt down to its foundations. In 1970, it was rebuilt as a hiking hotel. The family group Dres. Weingart & Tittel took over the hotel in 2013 with the aim of turning it into a luxury hideaway and the perfect environment for professional health care, carrying out a full renovation in around two years.
By the way:
Graseck cable car was built in 1953. This key facility in the history of cable-car construction was the world’s first fully automated small cabin cable car and still transports you to your hideaway in the Bavarian Alps today.
The hotel today
An elegant retreat for nature lovers and health-conscious bon vivants offering a diagnostics centre, Panorama Spa, fine dining, and luxury holidays.
The medical centre
Health care on a clinic level – without waiting times and perfectly integrated into your feel-good holiday.