True to their motto, Ringhotels members offer high standards of quality, attentive service and outstanding cuisine. This hotel alliance, the biggest of its kind Germany, unites around 125 independent, family-run hotels in the upper range of the three-star to four-star segment.
True to their motto, Ringhotels members offer high standards of quality, attentive service and outstanding cuisine. This hotel alliance unites around 130 independent, family-run hotels in the upper range of the three-star to four-star segment.
Ringhotels have a charm all of their own. Most have been owned and run by a single family for many years and offer a mix of the traditional and the modern. Ringhotels can be found throughout Germany and depending on their facilities and location they are perfect for professionally run conferences, family-friendly holidays, lavish spa getaways and city breaks. Member hotels often have a long tradition of serving excellent food. Over one third are recommended for their outstanding cuisine in the leading hotel and restaurant guides – and many have starred ratings or the equivalent.
40 years Ringhotels
On 25 January 1973, the cooperation of the Ringhotel was founded. It is today - 40 years later - the largest alliance of independent hotel owners in Germany.
Hotels steeped in history
The “Gast im Schloss” hotels, also part of the Ringhotels alliance, offer luxury fit for a prince amid fine historical surroundings. With great care and a respect both for tradition and for modern needs, the owners of the hotels have turned medieval manors, country estates, castles and delightful, old-quarter houses into holiday destinations of distinction.
Meetings and events
More than 100 Ringhotels throughout Germany offer tailored solutions for conferences, meetings and functions – from elegant receptions to large-scale events, for budgets large and small. Whether for conferences or seminars, business Ringhotels offer a professional events service, the latest in communications technology and customised supporting programmes.