The Schlosshotel Wartegg on Lake Constance is a true holiday paradise for singles, couples and families. People looking for recreation are just as delighted with our organic hotel in Eastern Switzerland as cyclists for example, as the Schlosshotel Wartegg is one of the cycleway hotels (Radweg-Hotels). Thanks to its close proximity to Lake Constance, Schlosshotel Wartegg is also ideal for lakeside holidays. However, people who are keen on culture also get their money’s worth with our ambitious culture and concert programme. Further, our organic hotel is a popular location among solo musicians, choirs, ensembles and bands that are getting inspired by the wonderful landscape our hotel has to offer.
Whether you are looking for cultural highlights, boat trips on Lake Constance, swimming and bathing in the “Hoernlibuck” bay, bicycle tours, walks in the countryside, mountain hiking or simply a place of rest and recreation – Schlosshotel Wartegg offers the stage for it.
Step into our historic “Turquoise Bath”, a 5.50 metre bathing oval dating from 1928, and experience complete relaxation. Our PrivatSPA is open daily from 10 am -21 pm. Please make your reservation in good time.
Fr. 25.- / person and hour
Fr. 60.- / group and hour (max. 6 persons)
Who would not have wishes as a child to conquer a castle? Let your youngest (and also the older ones) go on a voyage of discovery. Little naturalists will be excited about the English landscape park. There is a playground right in front of the castle – and there will certainly be no time for boredom in our well-equipped children’s playroom.
Enjoy cultural highlights with the programme of the Cultural Club Wartegg (in German).
Depending on availability, you can rent bikes or e-bikes from us. Routes 2 and 9 of “Veloland Schweiz” and the “Herzroute” lead directly past our bike path hotel.
1 day Fr. 15.- (bike) / 40.- (e-bike)
½ day Fr. 10.- (bike) / 25.- (e-bike)
Discover Eastern Switzerland with a romantic coach tour (Link in German).
Saint Gallen with its baroque cathedral, the abbey district, the many galleries, shops and typical first-floor restaurants – and the Abbey Library (UNESCO World Cultural Heritage)
St. Gallen is also worth a visit as a culture town for young people: Palace, Grabenhalle, KuGL … see also Saiten-Magazin (Links in German)
Heiden with our historic mountain railway Rorschach-Heiden to the Biedermeier village with Bauhaus open-air bath, culture and cooperative cinema (Links in German)
Bregenz with its world-famous Bregenz Festival and Kunsthaus, the light-flooded building of Peter Zumthor
Schwarzenberg in the Bregenz Forest, where the Schubertiade takes place once a year, in collaboration with the nearby city Hohenems
The peninsula Lindau with the Bavarian lion and the historic lighthouse
Friedrichshafen with the Zeppelin Museum
Ravensburg with the Spieleland theme park for kids
Constance, the historic council city with gorgeous half-timber houses and the aquarium SeaLife
Unteruhldingen with the Lake Dwelling Museum
The flower island Mainau
The Rhine Falls in Schaffhausen