Hotel am Remspark
Your business hotel & hideaway amid the rolling hills of the Eastern Alb.
Nestled alongside the picturesque Remspark on the banks of the River Rems and a stone’s throw from the rail station, conference center, and city center, the Hotel am Remspark offers everything that discerning guests and business travelers need for a relaxing short break. Take time out to explore the beautiful surroundings, enjoy a little rest and recuperation, and feel yourself unwind.
The silver facade of this prize-winning building is an unmistakable
feature of the cityscape and reflects the centuries-old tradition of silversmithing in Schwäbisch Gmünd.
AT A GLANCE:
— 101 Standard Rooms
— 4 Junior Suites
— “Charles“ Restaurant with panoramic 7th-floor view and 120 seats
— “Hi” Bar with panoramic 7th-floor view and 35 seats
— “Hi“ Rooftop Bar with 360° 8th-floor view of the city, park, and mountains
— Three conference rooms with a total area of 120 m² & view of the park
— Gym with cutting-edge equipment
— Rental of city bikes (free)
— Rental of e-bikes and accessories (subject to charge)
— Mercedes-Benz Shuttle Service to Hetzenhof Golf Club
— 42 parking spaces directly adjacent to hotel (subject to charge)
— 8 EV charging stations directly adjacent to hotel (subject to charge)
— Additional parking options listed here
Our top priority is to deliver on our company values day in, day out by providing superlative service for all our guests.
Benjamin Schöll – Hotel Manager
We are passionate about hospitality. Our goal is to exceed the expectations of our guests.
Everything we do is of the highest quality.
Our service is underpinned by a deep sense of respect, tolerance, and courtesy. Honesty, trust, individuality, and mutual support are what make our team strong.
We always adopt a long-term perspective and our staff never lose sight of the bigger picture.
THERE FOR YOU
Attentive service makes our guests feel at home and is the key to our success.
Friederike Schöll – Human Resources Manager
to your business hotel & hideaway amid the rolling hills of the Eastern Alb.