Ladies and Gentlemen,
Due to the spread of the coronavirus, we see ourselves obliged to stop operating our hotel from March 25, 2020 until May 3, 2020.
For this reason, we have cancelled all bookings up to and including May 3, 2020.
All subsequent bookings remain unaffected!
Of course, we will still be available for your questions and booking inquiries via phone at +49 30 97 80 88 88 and via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are glad to be able to refer you to our friends at Penta Hotel Kassel until we reopen. Christian Kessler and his team are happy to accept bookings for non-touristic purposes, depending on availability. Alternatively you can also book directly online with a partner discount using this link.
Penta Hotel Kassel
phone: +49 (0)561 93390
We thank you for your understanding and the trust you have placed in us. We wish you and your families all the best and, above all, health during these difficult times. We are looking forward to welcoming you back safe and sound soon!
Your Wyndham Garden Kassel hotel team
Discover the distinguished town of Kassel and experience the amenities at our hotel: The Wyndham Garden Hotel Kassel is conveniently located near the motorway exit "Kassel-Nord" (A7) and is therefore ideal for weekend, business and conference trips.
Discover our UNESCO World Heritage site "Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe", a landscape park in Kassel, or the classicist palace "Wilhelmshöhe" and the Hercules monument. All of these highlights can easily be reached by public transport. Just leave your car at our on-site car park (fees apply).
Kassel is home to the documenta, the world's most influential art exhibition. The most important venues are the famous Fridericianum museum and the documenta hall. Numerous other museums, galleries and public spaces throughout the city participate in the event and turn Kassel into the world's art capital every 5 years.
Other popular sights in Kassel include the UNESCO World Heritage site "Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe" and the Hercules monument which is commonly known as the city's landmark, and the Orangery, an astronomy and physical cabinet.
Are you looking for a centrally located hotel in Kassel? From our hotel, it takes only a few minutes by car to reach the city centre. Special service for our guests: We give you a free ticket for Kassel's public transport network.
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Are you looking for a comfortable hotel in Kassel? Our hotel rooms are modernly designed and spacious. Additionally, we offer a delicious breakfast buffet and many international and regional specialties at our hotel restaurant.
Thanks to the hotel's convenient location near the motorway and the ICE train station Wilhelmshöhe, you will be able to reach the city centre in no time. Experience all of our hotel's advantages!
The Wyndham Garden Hotel Kassel offers recreation and top service. Jump into our in-house swimming pool or work up some sweat at the sauna or the fitness room. If you are feeling outdoorsy, there are many jogging tracks available around the hotel.
documenta city Kassel
The city of Kassel in North Hesse has a lot of attractive sights on offer. A major highlight is of course the documenta, the world's leading exhibition of contemporary art. The landscape park "Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe" is one of the most popular excursion destinations in Kassel. It is part of the "Habichtswald" forest in the west of Kassel. The park is home to the Hercules monument, commonly known as Kassel's actual landmark. After intensive renovation works, the Hercules and the Octagon are finally accessible again. Walk up to the observation deck to enjoy the magnificent view across Kassel and the surrounding region. The landscape park is also home to the "Löwenburg" (Lion's Palace) and Wilhelmshöhe Palace, which is home to the "Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister" (Old Masters Paintings Gallery).
An impressive spectacle: Every year in summer, the "Kasseler Wasserspiele" (Kassel Fountains) take place at Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe. Especially at dusk, the illuminated cascades and huge water fountains are a breathtaking spectacle. Apart from Wilhelmshöhe, Kassel boasts two more huge parks - Karlsaue and Fuldaue in the southern part of the city.
The Fridericianum on Friedrich's Square in Kassel was built in 1779 and is nowadays a museum and art hall. Also the Ottoneum, home to the Museum of Natural History, is definitely worth a visit. Do not miss out on Kassel State Theatre, the "Alte Brüderkirche" (Old Brothers Church), St Martin's Church with its impressive towers, the pedestrian area, Drusel Tower and the 18th-century Orangery when you are strolling through the city. Find more highlights and sightseeing tips here.