Our centrally situated Hotel Linner in Erding would like to offer you a warm welcome. Modern accommodation standards as well as environmentally friendly construction methods go hand in hand with selected Feng Shui elements that can be found all over our hotel. Lovely courses are being set by items decorated by genuine wood. The three earth colours yellow, claret and brown can be found at the inner and exterior walls of the building as well as at selective parts of the modern bathrooms - according to the principle: one colour for each story.
Clear structures of the rooms and useful tools such as an elevator or handicapped accessible rooms support you in finding your home away from home. Buses which stop just opposite the hotel take you to Munich Airport, Erding's train station from where Munich can be reached within 45 minutes, or Europe's largest spa, the well-renowned THERME ERDING.The ancient city centre of Erding or various leisure facilities (e.g. a large recreation area with miniature golf, volleyball,...) are within walking distance from the hotel. If you are after more culture we would recommend a trip to Munich to visit museums, Munich Trade Fair or Munich's new soccer stadium, the Allianz Arena. Feel the atmosphere. Enjoy your time.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Hotel Linner.
Hotel Linner ***Superior Erding - for everyone
Just like a wee surprise, the garden is hidden directly behind Hotel Linner. An integral part of the whole concept of our 3 star hotel beautifully formed natural stone and seasonal plants set artistic accents.
Equipped with comfy lounge chairs and other extravagant places for sitting down you can relax here and enjoy the peace and quiet whilst only a short distance from the centre of town.
In the lower part of the breakfast terrace a small waterfall symbolises the feeling of power and balance, bringing just the energy that you need for the start to a wonderful day.
In this part of the garden the Erding garden architects have also created something simple and special with their skilled and artistic use of stone constructions.