Dear Guests,

Sustainability is a special word. You hear it often. For us, this word has value. It is an attitude to life and a very special matter of our heart.

We take responsibility for our environment very seriously and would like to give you an understanding of how we try to do our best to conserve resources.
Today we think about tomorrow and want to offer you a carefree stay in harmony with nature.

Your host

Markus Barth & das Germania Team

Our contribution to sustainability



We are supplied with 100% green electricity.



Heat recovery for cold stores and ventilation systems.



In the hotel, LED lamps are mainly used as the light source.



We have developed our own waste management: paper, cardboard, plastic, glass, metal, organic and non – recyclable waste are precisely separated and disposed of.




We think globally and want to act locally. It is important for us to buy locally. In this way we avoid long supply chains, always have fresh produce and support local businesses and farmers.



We avoid plastic packaging and we also refrain from using plastic straws, stirrers, bottles, etc.



It is important for us to primarily have partners that work just as sustainably.



We use dosing systems for our cleaning agents to avoid overdosing.




Our employees are trained, and we also provide intercultural information to bring our values closer to other cultures.



We offer a lot of information in digital form to avoid paper.



Arrive comfortably and stress-free by train and save CO2 thanks to the train journey.



If you arrive by electric-car, we offer the option of charging at our hotel charging station.




Our guests can also support us. You can decide for yourself whether you want the towels to be changed or whether you want to forgo the room cleaning for one day of your stay. This reduces the consumption of water, energy and cleaning agents.



For every direct booking through our website, we plant a tree in Ghana. Together with you we want to help underprivileged people, create jobs, create habitat for endangered animals and fight climate change.

Where to go?
Reception Reservation Book

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