German Sights

Tegernsee Hotels

The Tegernsee may be one of the most popular daytrips from Munich, but it also rewards longer stays, with opportunities to explore the lake on the ferry service or to take to the nearby mountains on the walking trails and mountain lifts.

The hotels chosen below are from the three main resorts and are of three star superior or above standard. Some of them have online booking facilities through our travel fulfilment partner You can check availability at those particular hotels by clicking on the button under the hotel.

Map of Tegernsee Lake Accommodation

If you are looking for other forms or standards of accommodation (such as guesthouses or apartments) or if you haven't decided on a hotel and want to see what is available for a particular period, then use the form above this availability map which will allow you to get an idea of what is available for a particular period.

Hotels in Tegernsee

Tegernsee, the smallest of the three 'resort towns' on the lake with under 4000 inhabitants, is in a sheltered position on the eastern shore.

Seehotel Luitpold (E, D)
Seehotel Luitpold, Tegernsee
Hauptstrasse 42
83684 Tegernsee
Tel: 08022 1877970
Fax: 08022 18779723
Hotel Villa am See (E, D)
Hotel Villa am See, Tegernsee
Schwaighofstrasse 53-55
83684 Tegernsee
Tel: 08022 187700
Fax: 08022 18770100

Hotels in Rottach-Egern

Rottach-Egern is a sprawling town with a population of just over 5000 at the southern end of the Tegernsee. The settlement stretches back from the lakeshore into the flat area at the foot of the Wallberg mountain with its mountain lift and spectacular views of the lake.

Althoff Seehotel Überfahrt (E, D)
Althoff Seehotel Überfahrt, Rottach-Egern
Überfahrtstrasse 10
83700 Rottach-Egern
Tel: 08022 6690
Hotel Haltmair am See (E, D)
Hotel Haltmair am See, Rottach-Egern
Seestrasse 33-37a
83700 Rottach-Egern
Tel: 08022 2750
Seehotel Waltershof (E, D)
Seehotel Waltershof, Rottach-Egern
Seestrasse 77
83700 Rottach-Egern
Tel: 08022 2770
Fax: 08022 277154

Hotels in Bad Wiessee

Bad Wiessee is an elegant resort of around 5000 inhabitants on the western shore of the lake with its own casino. The 'Bad' in the town name refers to the spa treatments from the sulphur and iodine springs which were very popular in the earlier part of the 20th century.

Hotel Alpenhof (E, D)
Hotel Alpenhof, Bad Wiessee
Anton-von-Rieppel-Strasse 26-28
83707 Bad Wiessee
Tel: 08022 86010
Fax: 08022 860140
Landhaus Am Stein (E, D)
Landhaus am Stein, Bad Wiessee
Im Sapplfeld 8
83707 Bad Wiessee
Tel: 08022 98470
Fax: 08022 83560
Hotel Terrassenhof (D)
Hotel Terrassenhof, Bad Wiessee
Adrian-Stoop-Strasse 50
83707 Bad Wiessee
Tel: 08022 8630
Fax: 08022 81794
Relais-Chalet Wilhelmny (D)
Relais-Chalet Wilhelmny, Bad Wiessee
Freihausstrasse 15
83707 Bad Wiessee
Tel: 08022 98680
Fax: 08022 9868233
Hotel Schnitzer (E, D)
Hotel Alpenhof, Bad Wiessee
Hirschbergstrasse 14
83707 Bad Wiessee
Tel: 08022 98550
Fax: 08022 83983

Travel to Tegernsee

Nearest airport to the Tegernsee

Distances given are to the town of Tegernsee.

Distance to Innsbruck Airport: 91km
Distance to Munich Airport: 94km
Distance to Salzburg Airport: 118km
Distance to Memmingen Airport: 165km

Although Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich are virtually equi-distant, Munich is by far the most popular choice because of the choice of flights and the road and public transport connections.

Train station at the Tegernsee

Tegernsee has a regular service from Munich's main railway station run by BOB (the Bayerische Oberlandbahn). This also serves Gmund at the northern end of the lake.

The historic Tegernseebahn, which operated from the end of the 19th century onwards, is now owned by the local authorities and is solely responsible for the rail infrastructure in the area.

The train station is located at the back of the town away from the lake shore.


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