Hotelier Korbinian Kohler brings Wildbad Kreuth out of its slumber - not just after the renovation, but right away.
To this end, he has signed a contract with luxury caterer Dahlmann.
- Life should move back into Wildbad Kreuth.
Not only when hotelier Korbinian Kohler has converted the ducal property into a “mental retreat”, but soon.
As Kohler reports, he has signed a contract with the luxury caterer Dahlmann.
As an exclusive partner, Dahlmann will use parts of the historic property for special events and pop-up restaurant concepts during the one to two year planning phase for the new resort.
Ballroom, fireplace room and whey hall are available
Kohler took over Wildbad Kreuth on April 1st on a long-term lease.
Also on this date, Kohler's Bachmair-Weissach Group awarded the Munich caterer the contract to exclusively market parts of Wildbad Kreuth as a temporary event location.
The large mountain meadow, the ballroom, the historic fireplace room and the whey hall are available.
Pop-up restaurant concepts are also planned for the summer.
The renovation should then begin in 2024 and take around one and a half years.
Conversion to "Mental Retreat"
Wildbad Kreuth has been vacant since the Hanns Seidel Foundation moved out.
Kohler wants to convert it into the Mental Retreat Wildbad Kreuth and thereby establish the Tegernsee Valley all the more "as a top destination on the tourist map of the world," as Korbinian Kohler says.
With its 500-year history, the historical and at the same time mystical and spiritually charged place gave him the vision of establishing a unique mental retreat.
"I observe a great and growing need for offers with which people can counter their emotional and psychological tension in a healthy way," says the entrepreneur, who completed a degree in philosophy.
In addition to the medical care of the guests, with a special focus on the topics of nutrition and healthy lifestyles, the guest will not only find mental relaxation from everyday life under professional guidance, but also thanks to philosophical, psychological and spiritual incentives for personal self-discovery and reflection and a conscious lifestyle, explains Kohler.