An amazing history is meeting a new culture in today’s Baden-Baden. The town is getting younger and attracting more and more international guests – including to the Kurhaus Baden-Baden. This venue, which is brimming with history, is exactly where Baden-Baden Events GmbH holds its events. It is the harmonious symbiosis of architecture, style, ambience and atmosphere that makes this Baden-Baden landmark so unique. The Kurhaus0 is the gleaming jewel in the centre of the town and has been the scene of conferences, meetings, company and media events and glamorous gala happenings for years innumerable.
Just the spa building’s Lower Foyer is enough to leave an outstanding impression on visitors with its sweeping staircase. The area gives you a foretaste of the extraordinary gala balls and events organised by Baden-Baden Events in the Bénazet Hall, Round Hall and Bel Etage. Fitted with the latest technology and individual lighting concepts, each one of the eight event rooms in total offers a fantastic location for an event. The outdoor grounds are a treat during the summer, with a picturesque covered walk between the "Trinkhalle", the "Kurgarten" and the open-air-stage. Time and again, they act as the stage for our open-air events where a wonderful, almost Mediterranean atmosphere unfolds.
The ground floor of the Kurhaus is home to the most tradition-filled and well-known gaming halls in Germany, with its palatial and splendid rooms. Together they form the finest location to enjoy the adventure of a refined gamble, being the place in Baden-Baden where the night glitters and shines. As a guest at our balls you enjoy admission free of charge.
‘KurhausRestaurant’ serves its guests tasty and exquisite indulgences while providing a stylish setting for unwinding.
The central location of the Kurhaus means that almost all of the town’s hotels can be reached in just a few minutes’ walk. The ‘KurhausGarage’ directly beneath the building offers parking spaces for roughly 500 cars.
Since summer 2014, Baden-Baden has been on the tentative list of UNESCO under the title "Great Spas of Europe" together with ten other European spa towns. With the submission of the UNESCO World Heritage nomination “Great Spas of Europe” in January 2019 at the world heritage centre in Paris an important project of the city of Baden-Baden has entered a decisive phase. The decision regarding the inscription of the proposed nomination is expected at the 44th session of the World Heritage Committee Session in June/July 2020.
The contribution of Baden-Baden to the UNESCO World Heritage nomination “Great Spas of Europe” lies in its 2000-year history as a spa town and especially in its heyday as the "summer capital of Europe" in the 19th century. During this time, it developed into a communication center for an international clientele: nobles and citizens, industrialists and artists, the health and the sick of the upper classes visited the city on the Oos for several weeks and months and shaped the social life with their claims and interests. The relics of this time still dominate the cityscape: the Kurhaus, the bandstand, the elegant hotels, the public thermal baths, the villa district, the International Horse Racing in Iffezheim ... Everywhere in Baden-Baden you will encounter history and get an authentic look Idea of life in a spa town of the 19th century.
When you take the Baden-Baden exit from the A5-motorway, you are directed onto road B500 heading towards the Baden-Baden town centre. Follow the parking guidance signs in the "Kurhaus/Casino" direction. Stay in the left lane and turn left at the traffic lights, following the signs. Keep driving straight ahead past the ‘Festspielhaus’ (Festival Hall). After about 600 m, turn right into Kaiserallee and after another 200 m or so you will reach the entrance to the Kurhaus car park (open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; cost €2.00 per hour). More parking can be found at the ‘Kongresshaus’ (Conference Centre) car park at "Augustaplatz" (approx. 5 minutes’ walk to the spa building, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; cost €1.50 per hour). To use this car park, follow the parking guidance signs towards "Kongress’/Augustaplatz".
The address of the Kurhaus for GPS devices is: Kaiserallee 1, 76530 Baden-Baden
When exiting Baden-Baden station, there are taxis available directly in front of the main entrance as well as local buses travelling towards the town centre. More information about the route network can be found on the Baden-Baden public services website. After alighting at the bus stops ‘Leopoldsplatz’ or ‘Augustaplatz’, it is just a few minutes’ walk to the Kurhaus Baden-Baden.
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Directions to Baden-Baden Events (office)
When you take the Baden-Baden exit from the A5-motorway, you are directed onto road B500 heading towards the Baden-Baden town centre. After entering the town, keep right at the first set of lights and follow the road into the "Michaelstunnel". In the tunnel, take the first exit – towards "Kongress" – and keep left. At the next set of lights, turn left towards "SWR/Rebland" and follow the road up to Fremersbergstrasse, past the "Stadtmuseum" (Town Museum). Directly after the museum, turn right into Friedrichstrasse, which will take you to Werderstrasse in front of the Kurhaus. Drive down Werderstrasse until you reach the Solmsstrasse turn-off. After about 30 m, the Schloss Solms will be located on the left. Drive through the gates to the car park.
The Schloss Solms address for GPS devices is: Solmsstrasse 1, 76530 Baden-Baden