Dive into a visionary world of wellness
Embedded in the green belt of Düsseldorf, the wellness hotel Gut Höhne looks like a small fortress accommodating knights and castle damsels. However, there are by no means cold rock walls hidden behind the solid walls but a rustic and romantic ambience to make you feel at ease. Whether in the hotel’s own park, at the open fireplace or in the special spa landscape – there are many places in the Rhenish estate that invite you to daydream, enjoy and relax. A particular highlight is the Neanderthal spa. Its pools are integrated into a rocky formation covered with green plants. The landscape with its many round arches in the walls reminds of a bath house.
Gut Höhne also offers those who are physically active a lot: In the gym of the Neanderthal spa, you can make up a suitable training programme under professional guidance or play tennis, volleyball or golf outdoors.
A particular highlight in Gut Höhne is the Neanderthal spa. The water pools in the wellness area are integrated in a rock formation covered with green plants. The spacious area has is equipped with saunas with an outdoor area.
The guest can get expert consultants to put together mixtures of medicinal herbs and minerals. Creams, bath powders or massage oils are mixed and applied according to the guest’s needs. This concept is in line with natural cosmetic by Martina Gebhardt.
In the fitness studio of the Neanderthal spa, you can train under professional guidance. The exercise instructors offer daily individual or group courses in for example vertebrae exercises, Pilates and yoga. Special emphasis must be placed on the Space Curl with which the guest can experience weightlessness under expert supervision.
In the city of Mettmann, you can join in a historical tour through the old town. The City of Düsseldorf has something to offer for many interests: The historic old town with its alleyways and squares and the promenade along the bank of the Rhine with numerous cafes and pubs turn into an open-air terrace in the summer. The Königsallee, a shopping street well-known throughout Germany, gives distinction to the rather chic image of the city and is a must for every shopping fan. Even Cologne is only 30 km away. Besides the cathedral, the chocolate museum is also of interest. In any event, you should drink a ‘Kölsch’ (a Cologne-brewed beer) in one of the many breweries, in order to become acquainted with the legendary “cheerful Rhenish souls”. Aaper Wald, the local recreation area offers compensation for the turmoil of the city.
There are many to be discovered in the hotel where you can get food and drink. The kitchen in the Gutshofrestaurant prepares not only international dishes but also many seasonal meals. Cakes and gateaux from the hotel’s own bakery can be enjoyed in the afternoon in the former barn floor, whilst in the evening, Mediterranean dishes and barbecued specialities are offered. Guests who would like to eat a snack between their wellness treatments can do this in the Bambus Bistro of the Neanderthal spa. There is a selection of cold and warm vitality dishes, various salads and a range of desserts. In Gut Höhne, great importance is attached to fresh, high quality and regional food. For this reason, mainly products from organic farming are served.
- Variety-packed breakfast buffet with organic products, juice bar etc.
- Free parking
- Free WiFi
- Clay Tennis Court