Traditional hotel with central location in Passau
The Hotel Wilder Mann, located in the heart of Passau’s picturesque old town, was built in the Baroque era and by the 19th century had already become a top destination in this city. Adalbert Stifter, Count Zeppelin and Empress Elisabeth I were among its prominent guests. The well-kept hotel has single and double rooms, generously sized apartments with conservatories and historic rooms furnished with exceptional antiques. All rooms are in a quiet location. Breakfast is served in a light and airy dining room overlooking the rooftops of the old town and the cathedral of St. Stefan. A unique feature is that Passau’s Glass Museum is also located in the hotel complex, housing the world’s largest collection of European glass. More than 15,000 exhibits on display give a comprehensive overview of the various epochs of glassmaking from the Baroque to the present day. Friedrich Dürrenmatt called the Wilder Mann with the Passau Glass Museum “the loveliest glass building in the world”.
Rooms & prices:
- 49 rooms
- Rooms from € 60 to € 200