A wealth of opportunities at a Rastatt hotel
Rastatt, capital of the district of the same name in the wealthy German state of Baden-Württemberg, is home to a Baroque palace and is near the Black Forest. This town scores high when it comes to its business potential, prosperity, and quality of life. When planning business travel to Germany, take advantage of this potential by booking a hotel in Rastatt.
What are some sights that I can visit after work hours?
Schloss Favorite is located on the outskirts of Rastatt and was built between 1710 and 1730 by Johann Michael Ludwig Rohrer. Used as a hunting palace, it is the oldest of the ‘Porcelain Palaces’ in Germany to survive, undamaged. It is renowned for its interior decoration, including black lacquer work and Chinese porcelain. Also built by Rohrer, in 1756, is St. Alexander Kirche, the town's Catholic church. Schloss Rastatt, meanwhile, is an impressive Baroque castle built between 1700 and 1707 by the Italian architect Domenico Ergidio Rossi. Take a tour inside — the Ancestral Hall houses beautiful frescoes — or just have an evening stroll through its beautiful gardens.
What is business like in Rastatt?
If you are interested in trade shows in Rastatt, the NaBi Rastatt is a natural and organic trade fair where you can learn about the latest trends, products, and developments in the industry. The Gaia Kongress Messe is a trade event with a focus on the Ayurvedic healing, spirituality, and the herbal industry. In terms of business, Rastatt is home to a Mercedes-Benz car manufacturing plant and the town is a mere 15km from Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg's second-largest city. Conferences and exhibits often take place at BadnerHalle Rastatt, a beautiful conference centre and events hall right on the river Murg, close to the town centre and many local hotels.
What are the must-see attractions near my hotel in Rastatt?
Within the beautiful Schloss Rastatt are two museums, the Military History Museum and a Memorial to Freedom Movements in German History. Depending on your interests, you might want to visit one or both. Business travellers looking to get outdoors near their hotel in Rastatt might be interested in the Rastatter Rheinaue, a gorgeous, 850 hectare nature reserve and natural floodplain right on the Rhine river. A walk around the historic city centre is also a relaxed way to pass some time.