quartier – lodges tagesbar forum

The quartier apartment hotel flanks a new residential district, which was built on a former hospital premises in the heart of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The construction in modern wood architecture differs from the traditonal local building type and stands out, but nevertheless refers to its surroundings: The four asymmetrical gables evoke a mountain backdrop. The ornamental decorations on the southern façade of the otherwise simple building take up the wood carvings of the adjacent old building. The connection is not only visual: the villa is connected to the hotel by an intermediate wing. In the old building there is a day bar with a library and fireplace, a seminar room and one apartment. The new building comprises 18 apartments (one of which is barrier-free). These lodges are a modern interpretation of the traditional mountain chalet in apartment form. The apartments, which are fully glazed to the north and to the south, have a purist but also very homely character due to the dominant use of wood. Each apartment has a kitchen with seating area, a sleeping/living area with a double bed and a bench in the window, and a bedroom with built-in bunk beds. The lodges on the upper floor also have an open gallery.

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What to do

The quartier offers an extensive sports and exercise program on request with a personal trainer: mountain biking / e-bike tours, hiking, Nordic walking, herbal excursions, yoga, swimming, cross-country/snowshoe tours, forest adventure tours for the whole family, tobogganing, climbing, kayak/canoeing.

Why we like this house

Modern wood architecture which stands out but nevertheless refers to its surroundings

This house is great for

Single travellers, couples and families, sports enthusiasts, meetings


e-Monility: several charging stations
Getting there without a car: rail connection


Region/Town DE – Germany, Bavaria, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Name quartier
Scenery mountain village in the Alps
Number of guests Lodges for 1-3 people each, 1 holiday apartment for 4 people
Completed 2016
Design Architektur: Beer-Bembé-Dellinger Architekten, Greifenberg; Interior design: Eva, Lena und Theo Peter
Published Bayerisches Fernsehen 1/2021, AD Germany 9/2020, Living at home 8/2019, Bodensee Edition 1/2019 u.a.
Awards Nomination artouro 2019, Heinze Architekten AWARD 2018, Award for Building Culture of the Munich Metropolitan Region
Architecture Old & new
Accomodation Apartment, Hotel
Criteria 1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), Rooms for 1-2 (hotel), Rooms for 1-4 (hotel), Barrier-free, Hiking, Meeting, Mountains, Restaurant, Skiing, EV-charging station, No car needed




  1. Die Kombination aus historischer Villa (mit toller Tagesbar!), Neubau mit schlichten und feinen Apartments und sehr freundlichem Personal hat überzeugt. Gute Lage nahe am Ortskern und ein toller Ausgangspunkt für Outdooraktivitäten. Gerne wieder!
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  2. Perfekt für eine Auszeit mit sportlicher Betätigung- radeln, wandern, schwimmen… Die Zimmer sind mit tollem Blick für Details gebaut und eingerichtet. Warme Atmosphäre dank viel Naturholz, dabei ohne Alpen Schnörkel. Sehr gutes Essen im Restaurant. Alles zum rundum Wohlfühlen!!
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