A look back

The turbulent past of our hotel

The Wilhelminian style house built in 1890 is family owned. The house has survived two world wars and tells its own story. From the mid-1970s, the hotel was leased for more than 30 years until February 2010, when the family took over the hotel again and began to renovate it with great care. In the meantime, most of the work has been completed. Each room is individually designed and furnished. The highest quality materials and only original designer furniture from Vitra, Ingo Maurer, among others, are used. Where possible, tradition is preserved and supplemented with modern elements. Highlight is certainly the staircase with the unique wallpaper from the 60s.
-1890 - built and shortly after bought by Franz Xaver Kroisi, the great-grandfather of the current owners.
-1945 - survived the war almost unscathed, although the entire Ostbahnhof was destroyed
-1962 - since the beginning of the 60's hangs the today again very modern looking wallpaper in the staircase, which today serves as our logo
-2010 - run by the 4th generation of the family and the beginning of the extensive renovation works
-2022 - the renovation is completed in large parts
Aussenansicht um 1900
Hotel Stadt Rosenheim um 1930
Lobby 1957
Orleansplatz 1969