Lovingly managed Hotel Residenz welcomes its guests right in the heart of Passau, directly on the Danube bank. Converted from a more than 400 years old merchant’s house with the typical flair of this history-rich baroque city, Hotel Residenz turns out to be the perfect starting point for discovering Passau – stroll across the picturesque historic downtown or enjoy unforgettable views from a boat.
Individual flair with 4-star-comfort
Guests with an eye for the special will be fond of Hotel Residenz: with much love for the details, the Jaruntowski family has converted this history-loaded building into a modern feel-good place where the charm of an individual B&B merges with the comfort of a 4-star-hotel. All rooms are furnished in a stylish and atmospheric manner. Different categories ranging from standard and business rooms to suites with private sauna or roof terrace leave nothing to be desired.
Special highlights at Hotel Residenz
May it be a little more? In this privately managed 4-star-hotel, everything has been thought of that makes your stay an even better one: in the morning, the delicious “Residenz“ breakfast ensures the perfect start of the day – also on the Danube terrace where one can marvel at the boats passing by in the afternoon and the evening, too. The generous library where the Jaruntowski family serves tea and home-made cake during the cold season gives the opportunity to browse books and immerse into reading. A very special feature of the hotel is its on-site Mini-Spa: relax in the stylishly-designed ResidenzKlause with sanarium and sauna, whirlpool, float bed, and the small rest area where the blazing flames of the fireplace and the murmur of the wall of water invite you to dream.
Petra Sobott-von Jaruntowski and Wilhelm von Jaruntowski
Why do guests feel at ease at Hotel Residenz, from the very first moment? This is no doubt due to the special attention of their hosts…
Fritz-Schäffer-Promenade 6, 94032 Passau
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Insider tips for Passau
From the Danube bank, you‘ll reach Residenzplatz with its splendid patrician houses. Tip: Don’t fail to have a look at the old court pharmacy still featuring its original furniture…