Concert rotunda Bad Reichenhall: harmonious festivites and experience
For unforgettable festivities and events
The extraordinary location with flair
If you are looking for an extraordinary venue for your party, conference or event, the concert rotunda is the right thing for you. The Neo-Baroque jewel belongs to the architectural ensemble royal spa house, Wandelhalle, and Gradierhaus. They give the royal spa garden its splendid setting in summer and winter. The concert rotunda is a highlight of the alpine town of Bad Reichenhall, where nature and culture are in perfect combination. Here is also the right place for your event or party, where the Bad Reichenhall Philharmonic Orchestra (by the way, the only philharmonic spa orchestra in Germany) performs lively concerts almost every day. This creates a great atmosphere in addition to the excellent acoustics.
Harmonious and inspirational
The concert rotunda was completed in 1912 by court architect Eugen Drollinger. The rotunda was then carefully renovated and restored according to a historical archetype as late as 2013. Now it is hard to resist the charming atmosphere of the dome building. The concert rotunda provides an unforgettable setting for each event. The thin columns add to this, carrying a dome decorated with medallions. These allegorically show the natural remedies of the state bath Bad Reichenhall. They underline the clarity of the architecture and the harmony of the overall ensemble. From the concert rotunda, you directly enter the royal spa garden with its pretty flowerbeds, old deciduous trees and well-maintained paths.
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.