Pyrmont State Spa & Rein Klassik Hotel

Germany · Lower Saxony · Bad Pyrmont
4.6 / 5.0 Marvelous
9 ratings
100% Recommendation
Consolidated expertise for health & prevention
Pyrmont Plus Card - includes many highlights
Natural treasures: Brine, moor, springs & CO2 spring gas
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A Wealth of Expertise for Your Health

Achieve well-being, balance, and tranquility with the medical expertise and natural remedies of Pyrmont State Spa. The ambiance of the spa town, its stunning natural setting, and the unique spa park all contribute to the success of the classic therapy or a healthy short break.

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Free Wifi
Swimming pool
Quiet location
Central location
Suitable for seniors
Ideal for solo travelers
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Sauna
Nordic Walking

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Pyrmont State Spa & Rein Klassik Hotel in Detail

Rein Klassik Hotel ***

The Rein Klassik Hotel is located in the historic centre of Bad Pyrmont, right on the beautifully designed Altenauplatz. The world's oldest pedestrian zone, where even Queen Luise of Prussia once strolled - the Hauptallee - is just a 2-minute walk away (approx. 120 m), the spa park and the Wandelhalle in 3 minutes (approx. 230 m), and the Hufeland Therme in 13 minutes (approx. 900 m). The therapy centres, Fürstenhof Clinic and Queen Luise Bath, are 3 and 7 minutes' walk away (approx. 350m / 600 m) respectively.

Rooms All rooms and the hotel were renovated in 2022. The rooms are individually designed and stylishly and comfortably furnished, no two are alike - find your favourite room! All mostly with shower, some with bathtub. Hairdryer, TV, desk, and Wi-Fi. Single Comfort rooms with armchair, Double Standard rooms sometimes with balcony, Double Comfort rooms with balcony or glazed loggia with seating area. Breakfast room and red salon. In the cosy Bräu-Stüberl, you can end the evening, drinks are self-service and for a fee. A lift is available for the 3 floors.

Dining Breakfast buffet from 7 to 10 a.m., Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. Please discuss any allergies directly with the hotel. In the vicinity of the extensive pedestrian zone and just 100m from the hotel, there are numerous excellent restaurants.

The PyrmontCard Plus

It opens up possibilities and saves costs! Selected establishments, like the Rein Klassik Hotel are a "Pyrmont Plus" operation. At the hotel, you receive the PyrmontCard Plus. This allows you during your stay:
  • Daily free entry to the spa park (year-round) and to the Palm Garden with about 500 specimens up to 12 metres tall (from the end of April until winter quarters)
  • 1x daily entry to the Hufeland Therme with brine pool area AND sauna area free of charge for 1 1/2 hours - Additional charge for 2.5 hours €4 (approx. UK £3.5 / USD $4.5), for 4 hours €6 (approx. UK £5 / USD $7) and for the whole day €8 (approx. UK £7 / USD $9) (as of April 2024)
  • Spring dispensing (drinking therapy) with the soothing healing water of the Bad Pyrmont healing springs in the Wandelhalle and directly at the fountains
  • Spring tasting under expert guidance in the Wandelhalle
  • Daily entry to the Pyrmonter Welle adventure pool
  • Daily entry to the Museum in Bad Pyrmont Castle
  • Participation in the tour of Bad Pyrmont Castle on Thursdays at 3 p.m.
  • Saturday, Sunday, and on public holidays free travel on the Nature Park Line 792 in Lipper Land between Bad Pyrmont and Detmold up to the Externsteine, including bicycle transport
  • Free travel with public transport in the core city of Bad Pyrmont
  • 20% discount on e-bike rental at 32 Degrees at the Huddelbusch petrol station
  • Short tour on the Weser on Sundays at 1:45 p.m. from May to October from the "Am Stockhof" pier in Hameln
  • Saturdays at 4 p.m. (April to October) tour in the Dunsthöhle
  • Guided health hikes (April to October)
  • Monday to Thursday communal walks in the spa park with volunteer guides
  • Participation in the cultural and experience programme

SpaDreams Tip: many of the events included in the Pyrmont Plus Card take place on Sundays. To ensure you don't miss out, we recommend arriving between Monday and Saturday.

Location & Surroundings

Bad Pyrmont, the prestigious spa town in the heart of the Weser Uplands, nestled between Hameln and Paderborn, is a magnificent hiking and cycling area for all ages and levels of difficulty. The town is surrounded by gentle hills, from which numerous lookout towers offer splendid views. Exploring the surroundings with its numerous Weser Renaissance buildings by bike, using the Weser cycle path, or cycling along the 65 km long Emmer river that winds through the city, are rewarding excursions. The S-Bahn train easily takes you back to the starting point. The area is ideal for terrain therapy, a special form of exercise therapy that is excellent for regular training of the cardiovascular system. The Bad Pyrmont terrain therapy network offers four routes with different levels of difficulty.

Spa Park Immerse yourself and unwind in the unparalleled, multi-award-winning spa park - one of the most beautiful gardens in Europe. Its baroque avenue system is framed by a landscape park. Through 17 theme gardens, you can take a mini world tour, from the Hemlock fir from the Rocky Mountains to the Kobushi magnolia from Japan, and the native Süntel beech. A botanical diversity that is second to none. Since 1912, the exotic palm garden - Europe's northernmost outdoor palm exhibit, has enchanted with about 500 specimens up to 12 m tall from spring to autumn. The park is interspersed with flower beds and native flowers, fountains, and shrubs.
The facility extends into the city's surroundings as a mountain spa park. Here, you can learn about over 300 edible wild plants and shrubs.
Engage your senses in the walking school. The barefoot course with eight different natural materials challenges the sense of touch. Afterwards, head to the Kneipp facility for refreshment during the day and relaxation in the evening with the stimulus-response therapy.

Wellness & Spa

The HUFELAND Spa is distinguished by a brine water landscape spanning approximately 700 sqm. A spacious indoor and outdoor pool connected by a swim-through channel. Features include a current channel, massage bubble loungers, back and neck bubble jets, and a hot whirlpool. A generous premium sauna area with 9 saunas awaits you! In the sauna garden, you'll find the original Siberian Banja with shower area, relaxation room and terrace, log cabin sauna, blockhouse sauna, and earth sauna, as well as a large shower area and cold swimming pool. In a quiet corner of the garden, there's a silence house for complete relaxation. Inside, you'll be greeted by a quartz crystal sauna, aroma sauna, sanarium, a floral steam bath, women's sauna, snow paradise, and ice fountain, sensorial shower tunnel, and cold plunge pool, as well as foot bathing areas. The generously equipped fireplace lounge with panoramic windows and distant views, on a wooden deck with idyllic lounging niches and relaxation islands, alongside the inviting water beds and the large warm lounging stone, ensures an absolute feel-good atmosphere.

Relax in the Prince's Bath with single or double tubs. Be enchanted by the natural atmosphere of the sea salt grotto. Rock salt and sea salt create the typically pure ionized air and have a beneficial effect on the skin, respiratory tract, and autonomic nervous system, for example. The graduation house with natural brine - the natural brine has a preventive and regulating effect on respiratory diseases when inhaled. The respiratory tract is gently moisturized, respiratory function improved, and the bronchi stimulated to self-clean through brine inhalation. A second brine grotto is located in the promenade hall.
Ayurvedic massages at AYURLANKA. Hufeland Bistro and dining in the mountain hut.

The Natural Remedies

Bad Pyrmont excels with consolidated health expertise across various medical fields, leveraging its valuable natural remedies.

The Healthy Seven The springs emerge in the Valley of Springs and are administered directly at the source, in the spa treatment houses, and in the promenade hall. In Bad Pyrmont, there is the rarity of two different types of healing water: the brine-containing sodium chloride mineral springs and the calcium- and magnesium-rich hydrocarbonate mineral springs. Indications for the drinking therapy depending on the source: Digestive organ diseases, urological diseases, deficiencies of iron and calcium.

Brine Brine baths have a calming effect on the autonomic nervous system. Brine movement baths allow for intensive muscle and cardiovascular training due to the increased buoyancy. Movements in brine water specifically relieve joints and the back.

Mud The therapeutic mud allows for very high application temperatures over an extended period while being well tolerated. At 41 to 46 °C, an optimal therapeutic effect is achieved. A therapy with natural mud results in improved joint mobility, muscle relaxation, and enhanced blood circulation throughout the body.

CO2 Spring Gas and the Mist Cave The Mist Cave is a unique natural phenomenon. CO2 spring gas invisibly flows from a rock fissure at the surface of the Helvetius Hill. The carbon dioxide degasses from a magma chamber 4,000 m deep and is the driving force for all of Bad Pyrmont's healing springs. CO2 brings these healing waters to daylight. Central and peripheral vessels are better blood-supplied, and the cardiovascular system is relieved.

The Health Centers

Queen Luise Bath Named after the Prussian queen who underwent therapy in Bad Pyrmont several times, the Queen Luise Bath is the central health center of the Pyrmont State Spa. It boasts naturopaths and specialists in internal medicine, psychotherapeutic medicine, orthopaedics, and physical medicine, along with three spa physicians. A large team of therapists offers movement therapies, physiotherapy, brine movement baths, brine inhalation, brine photo therapy, massages, lymphatic drainage, relaxation therapies, inhalations, natural moor packs and baths, brine tub baths, CO2 mineral baths, dietary advice, and discussion groups on health education.
Indications: Chronic degenerative spinal & joint diseases, osteoporosis, gynaecological diseases, rheumatic diseases, skin diseases, and cardiovascular diseases.

The Fürstenhof Clinic A centre of excellence for the musculoskeletal system! Specialized clinic for orthopaedics, osteoporosis, metabolic bone diseases, rheumatology, and gynaecology. Specialists in orthopaedics, internal medicine, rheumatology, and gynaecology. Comprehensive diagnostics with ultrasound, X-ray, bone density measurement (DXA), biopsies, joint aspirations, laboratory tests, and ECG. A large team of therapists provides physiotherapy, medical exercise therapy, indication-specific sports therapy group treatment - also in the brine movement bath, occupational therapy, physical therapy/balneotherapy (mud packs, brine tub baths, carbonic acid iron baths), psychological therapies, dietary advice, teaching kitchen, and health education.
Indications: Osteoporosis, as well as all other metabolic bone diseases, degenerative diseases of the musculoskeletal system, orthopaedic diseases such as intervertebral disc damage, arthrosis, inflammatory and non-inflammatory rheumatic diseases, arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriasis, gynaecological and gynaecological-oncological diseases - even after surgery, genital prolapse, menopausal complaints, endometriosis.

Free Time

A visit is well worth it to the Hufeland Therme and the Pyrmonter Welle adventure pool with indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, giant slide, and outdoor slide. Located directly by the spa park, Pyrmont Castle with its museum invites you in. The airfield of Bad Pyrmont, nestled in the Weser Uplands, offers not only splendid excursions but also unforgettable scenic flights. In Bad Pyrmont, there is a moderately difficult golf course, with additional courses within a 45 km radius. Bad Pyrmont is situated between the Teutoburg Forest and the Weser Uplands, making it a paradise for hiking and cycling. Nearby, you can find the Externsteine and the Hermann Monument.

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Hotel rooms at a glance

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Customer ratings for Pyrmont State Spa & Rein Klassik Hotel

9 verified reviews by travelersOnly customers who have traveled with us are allowed to leave a review

4.6 Outstanding  

100% recommend the hotel to others

4.6
Hotel
5.0
Service
4.0
Treatments
4.8
Board type
4.8
Wellness area
  • 'very clean'
  • 'friendly staff'
  • 'optimal location'
  • 'stylish furnishings'
  • 'rich breakfast'
  • 'helpful service'
  • 'varied cuisine'
  • 'hygienic spa'
  • 'competent treatments'
  • 'relaxing stay'
9 Results

Barbara S.

April 2024

40 to 49 years | 4 - 8 days

A successful vacation.

Beate H.

February 2024

as a family | 50 to 59 years | 4 - 8 days

The mix of activities, wellness and relaxation in beautiful surroundings and a recommendable hotel made our vacation perfect.

....

January 2024

4 - 8 days

Great

January 2024

as a couple | 1 - 3 days

Good

It was a completely successful stay in Bad Pyrmont.

Reinhard S.

November 2023

as a couple | 60 to 69 years | 4 - 8 days

Location

Pyrmont State Spa & Rein Klassik Hotel
Germany, Lower Saxony, Bad Pyrmont
Hannover Airport (HAJ)
approx. 89 km / 78 min
Bhf. Bad Pyrmont
approx. 2 km / 6 min

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