Welcome to the Hotel Maximilian's in Augsburg. Situated in Augsburg's city center, the historic hotel welcomes you with more than 500 years of tradition and hospitality. Be inspired by Augsburg's finest hotel and discover why it's the premier place to stay in the city.
The ancient and picturesque town of Augsburg, Germany, dates back to 1722. It sits on the city's main street, Maximilianstrasse, where colorful northern Renaissance and Rococo buildings nobly line the cobbled thoroughfare. The hotel has seen its share of celebrity guests over the centuries, including Mozart, Emperor Napoleon I, and his wife Josephine, Czar Nicholas I, and more. At this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence recipient, steep yourself in South German culture and Bavarian hospitality and:
Sleep in one of 132 tranquil, individually decorated rooms and suites, Dine at Michelin-starred Gourmet Restaurant Sartory, Enjoy a soak and steam at the hotel's Steinborn SPA, Hold a wedding, conference, or seminar at one of the hotel's 12 event spaces and ballroom, Spend an afternoon people-watching at the terrace lounge, Delight in "zwetschgendatschi," a renowned local plum tart. The hotel's ethos of "historical inspiration, modern interpretation" is apparent in its simplified, traditional design sensibility with rich woods, textured fabrics, and polished floors, all paired with outstanding amenities. Enjoy an aroma-sole-steam bath, Finnish Sauna, Biological Sauna, and relaxation room, dine on outstanding dishes crafted from local ingredients, or enjoy a nightcap at the inviting hotel bar.
Accommodations - The hotel offers 132 rooms and suites, ranging from 18 to 85 m², from which guests can enjoy the rich history of Maximilianstrasse or take in scenes of the magnificent baroque facade of Schaezlerpalais. Each room features unique artwork from the hotel's extensive collection, spanning the 500-year history of the Drei Mohren. Elevating traditional hospitality with modern touches, find your perfect home away from home in the heart of Augsburg.
Dining - When in Bavaria, sample the region's beloved beer, authentic weisswurst; quintessential pretzels and sweet mustard, and zwetschgendatschi, a complicated and delicious plum tart native to the area. Drei Mohren Hotel's three dining options provide ample opportunity to try one or all of the above, whether casually at Bar 3M and maximilian°s restaurant or enjoy haute cuisine at the award-winning Gourmet Restaurant Sartory, named after Johann Georg Sartory, Augsburg's famed 18th-century chef.
''Gourmet Restaurant Sartory'' - Awarded with a MICHELIN star, the Gourmet Restaurant Sartory is one of Augsburg's most prized culinary highlights. This "Salon Privé" seats 24 guests and lives up to its namesake, the celebrated Augsburg Head Chef from the 19th century, Johann Georg Sartory. The Executive Chef Simon Lang creates intensely aromatic taste sensations. ''Maximilian's Restaurant" - Heralded as Augsburg's "best urban kitchen," maximilian°s is a must-try hotspot in the city center, offering creativity, freshness, and quality ingredients that celebrate the best urban cuisines from around the world."Discover the culinary diversity of the world. The kitchen staff directed by Executive Chef Simon Lang creates mouthwatering masterpieces in the open kitchen, with a variety from Tataki of trout to Italian pasta and French bouillabaisse. All-time favorites like the Wiener Schnitzel and Zwiebelrostbraten (sirloin steak) are available year-round on the seasonal menus.
''Bar 3M'' - Classic bar food and a curated selection of cocktails make Bar 3M the best place to meet old friends or make new ones in Augsburg. As the best bar in Augsburg, ''3M'' serves everything from coffee specialties and small breakfasts to classic aperitifs, signature drinks, and international bar food.
Located in Augsburg, the third oldest city in Germany, Hotel Maximilian's is bounded on either side by two equally upscale and historic buildings, the famed 16th-century Fugger palace and the Schaezlerpalais, an ornate 18th-century baroque palace. Within the immediate area of the Maximilianstrasse, you'll find quaint and colorful architecture among cobbled streets and timber-framed homes. The verdant countryside extends south toward Tyrol and the Alps' foothills outside Augsburg, where hiking, boating, and outdoor sports abound.
Activities - Whether you're a food-lover, outdoor enthusiast, or just looking for a few days of peace and relaxation, Hotel Maximilian's is the perfect South German location to inspire activity and engender tranquility. While at the hotel, spend a day treating yourself at the Steinborn SPA, people-watch on the terrace right on the bustling Maximilianstrasse, and explore the local neighborhood brimming with history and charm.