Situated in the historic UNESCO world heritage site of Goslar, in a distance of a few metres from the historic town, we welcome our guests in an extraordinary building complex – including the historic Villa SAXER with its new harmonic annex.
Secured parking areas, a loading station for electric cars, most modern technical equipment and Wi-Fi in the entire building complex offering a wellness atmosphere, spacious bathrooms with walk-in showers and fully climatized rooms will make your stay unforgettable.
Look forward to discover a diverse region, from the charming old town of Goslar, numerous hiking and mountain biking trails to modern leisure opportunities in the adjoining Braunschweiger Land.
For the perfect start in the day we offer a copious Gourmet Breakfast. For sustenance in the meantime or at the end of the day our Hotel-Bar offers snacks and a wide range of coffee and wine specialties.
The cosy “Haus am Wall” is surrounded by greenery and lets you immediately relax.
The bungalow-like “Haus am Wall” offers space for up to 4 people. The master bedroom is equipped with a comfortable bed and two additional persons can be accommodated on the spacious sofa bed.
There is a luxurious bathroom and an open kitchen that is ideal for game nights and breakfast together. In summer, the beautiful veranda is ideal for a delicious brunch or an evening spend outside with a glass of wine.
The majestic imperial palace, built between 1040 and 1050, is a must for every Goslar visitor. For over 200 years, German history was written here at numerous Reich assemblies and court congresses. Almost at the same time as the imperial palace, Henry III had the collegiate church of St. Simon and Judas built at its feet.
The church, which had fallen into disrepair, was demolished in 1820 and only its entrance hall remained. The Kaiserpfalz also hosts numerous concerts and top-class events such as the Kaiserring awards ceremony.
Here you will find 3 places of interest! In the center of the market place stands the market fountain, which carries the landmark of Goslar, the eagle. The lower bronze bowl was cast in the 12th century and is thus the largest bronze casting of the Romanesque period.
The market fountain is surrounded by the bell and figure game at the market and the town hall with the hall of homage. The bell and figure game was donated in 1968 on the occasion of the 1,000th anniversary of the Rammelsberg mining industry.
The construction of the town hall began in the middle of the 15th century with the east wing.