The Arabella Alpenhotel am Spitzingsee is located in a little Bavarian mountain village at lake Spitzingsee. A beautiful place with an astonishing mountain panorama and vast opportunities for outdoor activities and sightseeing throughout the seasons.

Enjoy your time off here at Spitzingsee!

Your free time a luxury in today’s hectic world so we like to invite you to pause, to relax and take a breath. It is time for to rejuvenate with friends and family.

Sightseeing & Points of Interests

Bavaria is a beautiful region due to its rich and luscious nature but also is a very traditional region that puts emphasis on preserving its heritage, old customs and celebrating festivities throughout the year. You will find various sightseeing opportunities just around the hotel, one town over in Schliersee up to the valley of Tegernsee or the region around the Wendelstein Mountains.

Schlierseeblick von der Brecherspitze aus der Luft


Schliersee is home to ski legend Markus Wasmeier and offers its visitors a combination of a traditional Bavarian town and modern tourism. It points of interest span from the "Old Bavarian Village" museum with live action events to the St. Sixtus Church, the burial place of the legendary robber Jennerwein to the castle ruins of Hohenwaldeck.

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Blick auf den Tegernsee im Fruehling


The region Tegernsee is located at the foot of the massive Wallberg Mountain just 30 minutes away. Here you will find a former Benedictine Monastery with its brewery and Castle Church (Schlosskirche) adjacent to the most famous biergarden (“Bräustüberl”) in all Bavaria. Around the lake are five towns situated: Gmund, Bad Wiessee, Rottach-Egern, Tegernsee, and Kreuth. It is a region that has always been notorious for attracting artists, aristocrats, and nowadays SPA guests from around the world. Influenced by such tourism attractions such as Wood Festivals (“Waldfeste”) and Lake Festivals (“Seefeste”) Bavarian traditions have merged with sophisticated Zeitgeist.

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Blick von der Brecherspitze aus der Luft auf den Spitzingsee