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6 tips for a good night’s sleep in the Saarland

6 tips for a good night’s sleep in the Saarland

Enjoy the sunrise from high above the Saarschleife river loop, watch the first sailing boats glide over Bostalsee lake while sipping a nice cup of coffee or have breakfast surrounded by nature in a glamping resort. Here is our selection of six top accommodation options in the Saarland region.

Glamping in the Bliesgau UNESCO Biosphere reserve

Glamping

Each of these hotel room huts provides space for up to three people © Jan Hilt

Picture this: gentle birdsong and the first rays of sunshine shine coming through a round window. Right next to the bed, there’s a coffee machine waiting. From your own terrace, you can enjoy the view of the Bliesgau Biosphere Reserve’s fresh greenery. This glamping resort with organically shaped, natural wood huts, nestling amidst trees, vines and meadows, offers all the comfort of a modern hotel room with the added bonus of beautiful nature.
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Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa

Seezeitlodge

©Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa / Günter Standl

For a proper feel-good experience and breakfast with a lake view, look no further than the Seezeitlodge hotel at Bostalsee lake. The unique architecture of the property perfectly blends in with the landscape, creating a "Do not disturb” atmosphere which will make you feel at peace. The extraordinary wellness and nature resort with rooms in a modern lodge style invites you to relax and features a big spa area with infinity pool and a Celtic outdoor sauna village.
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LandGut Girtenmühle

Girtenmühle

© DTMGR_InterregVA / Jochen Tack

Leave everyday life behind you and relax on a very special campsite set within the historic historic Girtenmühle country estate in the midst of pastures and forests. Located close to a local reservoir, there are plenty of activities to be explored for every taste and at night, you can get together for a BBQ at the crackling campfire. Special highlight: Finnish “kota” huts featuring a small living room, a big double bed and heating for cold days.
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La Maison

La Maison

© Tom Gundelwein

In a mansion which used to be home to the Higher Administrative Court of Saarlouis, La Maison hotel now blends French flair with an elegant and modern style, offering a unique architecture for a special hotel experience. The four-star superior property is a meeting place for locals and visitors in the middle of the historic city of Saarlouis. The “Pastis Büro” bistro serves dishes with a French touch and features an attractive glass conservatory.
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Cloefhänger

Cloefhänger

© Max Fischer

Have you ever spent the night in a tent floating two metres above the ground in the trees? The so-called “Cloefhänger” tents, to be found right above the Saarschleife river loop, offer exactly that. Here, you will fall asleep amidst gnarled trees under a starry sky and enjoy the breathtaking view over the Saarschleife when waking up, while observing how the fog slowly moves down into the valley and is coloured golden yellow by the rising sun. Definitely an outdoor sleeping extraordinary with a difference! Further information.

Victor's Residenz-Hotel Schloss Berg

Schloss Berg

© Victor’s Group / Barbara Heinz

The Saarland’s only five-star superior hotel sits amidst gently sloping vineyards, where Germany, France and Luxembourg meet. The ensemble of a Renaissance castle, historic countryside inn and Mediterranean villa features 90 rooms and suite, offering a charming atmosphere and relaxing vibes. A spa and Michelin-star restaurant "Victor's Fine Dining by Christian Bau" add to the experience. Further information.

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