The representative arcade building promotes classical flair in Bad Kissingen
The arcade construction gives an impression of early Renaissance
The arcade construction marks the beginning of representative buildings
With its completion in 1838, the arcade construction marked the beginning of highly representative buildings of the state bath in Bad Kissingen. Friedrich von Gärtner constructed a building in the classical Florentine style of the early Renaissance. The building was built of yellow sandstone with a warm appearance. Today, four different rooms are available for your events, whether conferences, company events, concerts or private festivities.
The Rossini hall impresses with its stylish ambience and breathtaking acoustics
Impressive stylistic elements such as Romanesque arches and fresco paintings convey a festive mood as soon as you enter the 350-square-metre Rossini hall. At concerts, outstanding acoustics surprise the listener that also allow quiet tones to float through the entire room with the softest pianissimo. The hall is also gladly used for conferences, prestigious festivities and events.
The Schmuckhof with a salon boasts ornamental fountains and murals
The Schmuckhof takes visitors back to the time of the Italian Renaissance with its figures from Greek and Roman mythology. Attached to the romantic Schmuckhof is a salon. It offers space for up to 100 guests spanning an area of 150 square metres.
Impressive: Salon Fontane and the Littmann atelier
The Salon Fontane can accommodate 30 to 50 guests, depending on the seating arrangement - its large windows open up to a magnificent view of the Saale and the Luitpold park. The Littmann atelier is kept in a down-to-earth style. The atelier is ideal for seminars and conferences for up to 100 people.
As a landmark in architecture and interior design, the historic Kursaal building from 1833 at the state bath in Bad Brückenau is the visiting card of the spa and resort city. The classical hall construction with its arcade was built by order of King Ludwig I, according to plans by Johann Gottfried Gutensohn (1792-1851). The listed Kursaal building from 1833 with its three halls (430 sqm, 160 sqm, 100 sqm) offers attractive rental locations.