Sonnenpark Lounge with bar and fireplace
Favourite places that invite you to feel good
Selected wood, natural stones and high-quality furnishings create an extraordinary feel-good atmosphere.
Sit comfortably in an armchair by the fireplace, read a good book and drink a coffee, or take a seat at the bar and sip an excellent wine.
Everything is possible and all-inclusive.
"Holiday from the first to the last minute
Especially the wonderful lounge area with its "all inclusive" concept is unbeatable and has not been topped by any other family hotel so far."
Michael (41-45) in November 2021 on HolidayCheck
The lounge is also a great place to spend an afternoon playing games with the whole family, as there are plenty of board games available.
The large family table is particularly suitable for throwing the dice.
Alternatively, you can retire to one of the loungers and read a short story to your child.
As in other places in the hotel, there are play corners for babies and toddlers so that families can always stay together.
It is important to us that where you like to sit for longer, play facilities are not far away and where your children romp, seating and a drinks buffet have been thought of.
Bar with large selection of drinks
The bar in the lounge is open daily from 15:00. There we offer you a variety of spirits, many of which are also available as long drinks.
You can also opt for a sparkling wine, a cool, freshly tapped beer or a wine. All-inclusive.
Not included are the varied cocktails, but you can get them at a discounted price.
In the adjacent Moonlight Bar, the same drinks menu applies as in the Lounge, so you can also relax there at the bar or one of the tables and end the evening with your favourite drink.
The bar is often filled on Saturday afternoons when the German Bundesliga is on, as there are 2 TVs in the Moonlight Bar equipped with Sky.
Wines from all over the world
The wine selection includes over 30 wines. They are of international origin such as France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Chile, Australia and South Africa, but above all from Germany.
Here we have wines from renowned winemakers, some of which are award-winning.
Why not take a little wine world tour during your next stay and crown your favourite wine at the end or choose your favourite wine right now.
Home of the world's finest wines with the best wine quality, France stands for the highest wine culture and expertise in viticulture. The wine-growing tradition that the ancient Romans brought to France is still alive today, and the diverse climatic and geological conditions of France's different regions are ideal for growing high-quality wines.
SAUVIGNON BLANC GRAND VIN DU VAL DE LOIRE „LES ANGES“ IGP
PINOT BLANC CLASSIC ALSACE AOC
UBY NO3 - COLOMBARD SAUVIGNON BLANC COTES DE GASCOGNE IGP
MERLOT VIN DE PAYS D‘OC „LES ANGES“ IGP
MAISON VIALADE VINTAGE SYRAH PAYS D‘OC IGP
CHATEAU CLAIRVAL BORDEAUX ROUGE AOP
Viticulture in Italy began with the Greek conquest and was later influenced by Roman wine culture. The differences in soil and weather produce a wide variety of wines: from dry white wines to full-bodied, strong red wines.
PINOT GRIGIO DELLE VENEZIE DOC „BIO-WRAP“
RUFFINO CHARDONNAY „LIBAIO“ TOSCANA IGT
„MARU“ NEGROAMARO IGT „CASTELLO MONACI“ - APULIEN
"PILUNA“ PRIMITIVO IGT „CASTELLO MONACI“ – APULIEN
NERO D‘AVOLA „CALEO DOC - SIZILIEN“
SANGIOVESE TOSCANA IGT „TENUTA CAPARZO“
Viticulture in Spain looks back on a remarkable history. Today there are over 600 grape varieties. But not all grape varieties are the same.
The almost 70 wine-growing regions have their own designation of origin (DO), which is controlled.
The quality wine region of Rioja has had the special status of a Denominación de Origen Calificada (DOCa) since 1991. This region is characterised by particularly high quality and tradition.
RIOJA „EL COTO“ TINTO CRIANZA DOCa
Wine was introduced to Germany by the Romans along the Rhine and the Moselle. Today, the total of 13 wine-growing regions are characterised by the different conditions with great diversity. The classic number 1 of the white grape varieties is the Riesling. Among the red grape varieties, it is the Pinot Noir.
Due to the somewhat colder climate in Germany, the grapes contain somewhat more acid and less tannic acid than wines from southern regions. This makes German white wine and also German red wine seem fresher and tangier.
RIESLING KABINETT „ERBELDINGER“
GEWÜRZTRAMINER „RENDEZVOUS-VOUS“ QBA „EDITION PLAISIR“
BECHTHEIMER WEISSBURGUNDER „ERBELDINGER“ TROCKEN
SILVANER „HERXHEIM“ TROCKEN
GRAUBURGUNDER TROCKEN „WEINGUT GEROLD SPIES“
RIESLING „KALLFELZ“ TROCKEN QBA
„HERXHEIM“ DORNFELDER QBA
„SPÄTBURGUNDER SPÄTLESE „ERBELDINGER“ HALBTROCKEN
„ROT UND WILD“ HIRSCH TROCKEN REBSORTEN: LEMBERGER, MERLOT, CABERNET
ROSÉ „ERBELDINGER“ FEINHERB
SPÄTBURGUNDER – BLANC DE NOIR „WERNER“ QBA TROCKEN
Small country with great wines that have made an enormous leap in development in recent years and is a real insider tip for wine lovers.
„RABO DE GALA“ TINTO - VINHO REGIONAL LISBOA
BERGAMOTA DAO DOC
VINHO VERDE D.O.C. ROSÉ - „LAGOSTA“
South America is the second largest wine-producing continent in the world after Europe. The red wine varieties Malbec from Argentina and Carménère from Chile are appreciated worldwide.
„GOYENECHEA“ MALBEC - SAN RAFAEL / MENDOZA
„CARMEN“ CARMENERE - VALLE CENTRAL D.O.
More than 200 years ago, European settlers brought the first vines to the fifth continent.
One grape variety has become the symbol of Australian viticulture: the red wine variety Shiraz.
„MASTERPIECE“ SHIRAZ - SOUTHAMPTON EASTERN AUSTRALIA
Rosé wines have been around in South Africa for less than 30 years, yet they are no longer an insider tip.
See for yourself.
„BACKSBERG“ ROSÉ - LIEBLICH
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