The brand new “Quartier” is the most important enrichment for the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen since the construction of the olympic ski-jump tower. You live in wood-paneled lofts with their own kitchen, a view of the mountain top and direct access to the historic Altstadt of Garmisch.
On principle, the small town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen – host to the Olympic Winter Games in 1936 – is a perfect place. The scenery shows the spectacular motives of the “Alpspitze” and the “Waxenstein” rock. And right next to them is the tip of Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze. In summer the guests are sent through waterfall-ravines (Partnachklamm und Höllentalklamm). There are thousands of divine hiking tours and mountain huts. And in winter, apart from the three family-friendly ski-regions, guests enjoy the complete winter-sport program of an olympic village, including wonderful places for ski-touring.
The quartier is a new-build, but also old-build at the same time. The main building, in which you can find the breakfast room, the day-bar, two funny decorated seminar rooms and a large family apartment, dates back to the year 1906 and has been comprehensively renovated. Developer and creator Theo Peter proved his great sensitivity here, in which he converted the old villa into a spectacular new construction with extension. It’s an ensemble with lofts, which look like mountains from the outside, and which encompass the town of Garmisch. The most beautiful thing about this ensemble is the space, which has been created, especially in the two-story lofts on the second floor.
The quartier has a total of 16 lofts and one holiday apartment in the main building. The lofts on the first floor have 32 square metres, the lofts on the second floor all have two stories and offer lots of space. The highlight: Everything is made of solid timber, you feel immediately at ease and the view from the window is – despite town centre location – an absolute dream!
All the lofts have a small kitchenette and a dining table, but are not really suitable for large dinners. Breakfast is also served in the main building and Garmisch-Partenkirchen has so many lovely and good restaurants, that you really don’t want to be cooking yourself every evening. There is also a large double bed and a smaller bed in the middle, which is ideal for the kids (sometimes available as bunk beds).
The quartier doesn’t lie idyllically in the countryside, but more towards the town centre. Sankt-Martin Straße, which is where the ensemble is, belongs to one of the much driven streets of the town, especially in winter (due to a special glass front, you will not hear any of the cars). Also: it’s only a few minutes to local mountain and mountain top. In summer you can use the hotel as a starting point for your bike tours through this alpine world.
The host and physical education teacher Philipp Peter offers his guests private hiking and sports programs. He is very familiar with the region and also knows, where the best Weißbier with the best view can be had after a grueling mountain bike tour.
Loft on the first floor from 125 euros for two, the larger one on the second floor costs from 145 euros, including breakfast.
Booking & Contact
quartier – Lofts, Tagesbar, Forum
+49 8821 9646482