Kassel is Hessen's arts and culture capital: It is the hometown of the world-famous documenta, the internationally most significant exhibition of contemporary art. Kassel is also the birthplace of the Grimm Brothers, whose footsteps you can follow throughout the city, e.g. at the nearby GRIMM WORLD. The UNESCO World Heritage site Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, the Hercules monument, Löwenburg Palace and Wilhelmshöhe Palace are among Kassel's most important sights. During the summer months, you can admire the Kassel water features at Wilhelmshöhe hillside park. Many museums, small ateliers and galleries, the State Theatre and the Opera House are located near the Days Inn by Wyndham Hotel Kassel Hessenland. Countless restaurants, cafés and bars are within walking distance from the hotel.
Surrounded by greenery, Kassel is a true paradies for nature lovers and recreation-seekers. It only takes a few minutes from our hotel to reach the local recreation area Karlsaue and the UNESCO World Heritage site Berkpark Wilhelmshöhe. Kassel's surroundings are a natural paradiese with many densely wooded mountain ranges - ideal for hiking, mountain biking and air sports. The beautiful river landscape invites for long walks, hikes and cycling tours.
Kassel is a watersports eldorade for holidaymakers: There are many outdoor and indoor pools and idyllic swimming lakes near the city centre. The fertile river landscape surrounding Kassel is perfect for boat tours, canoeing and rafting, sailing and rowing. A highlight for wellness guests is the Kurhessen Spa, where a huge sauna landscape with aromatic steam baths, hot salt springs and soothing health treatments awaits you.
Days Inn Kassel Hessenland Hotel
Obere Königsstraße 2