COVID
& ENERGY
all info
SPA, Pool & Co open!
Last Update 10/01/2022

There are no Covid-regulations for hotels in Baden-Württemberg.

We have new fresh air ventilation systems and HEPA filters. Furthermore, increased table and lounger distances, as well as test strategy, sick leave and masks for the employees guarantee you a carefree holiday.

Please note that we continue to only accommodate healthy guests without Covid risk contacts.

Freedom, relaxation & enjoyment - but safely!

Just relax

Dear guests,

relaxation, a healthy feel-good diet, good sleep and exercise in nature are important for the immune system and general well-being. We look forward to host your break and facilitate carefree days in our beautiful southern Black Forest. Of course, we continue to pay attention to the safety of guests and staff while not weighing down your vacation.

It is important to us to contribute to energy security, e.g. by purchasing 100% regional green electricity, connecting to the regenerative local heating network that is currently under construction in our village, and by being mindful of unnecessary energy guzzlers in our company. However, please be assured there won't be any energy-saving measures that reduce your holiday enjoyment this winter.

See you soon in Häusern!

Your Zumkeller family
and the entire Adler Häusern team

Is the wellness area open?

Yes!

Pool, spa and wellness area is exclusively open to our max. 84 hotel guests.

Our 3 saunas, the steam bath, pool and whirlpool are available without restrictions.

Can wellness treatments be booked?


Yes!

Is there a mask requirement?


No!

As of April 3rd, 2022, the mask requirement at hotels in Baden-Württemberg will no longer apply. For your protection, our employees are still wearing masks.

Are there legal regulations regarding check-in?

  1. Official Corona requirements no longer apply to hotels in Baden-Württemberg.
  2. Please note that we continue to only accommodate healthy guests. In order to protect all guests and employees, you will still not be able to visit our hotel if you have any symptoms of illness that are suspected of being infected with corona (cough, shortness of breath, fever, loss of smell or taste) - even if you have a negative SARS-VoV-2 test.
  3. If you or a household member has tested positive for SARS CoV-2 in the last 10 days, as well as in all cases of quarantine (close contacts by law or official order), we unfortunately cannot welcome you even without symptoms (not even with a negative one Test!).

If you have any questions about the legal provisions, please do not hesitate to contact us at + 49-7672-4170 or info@adler-schwarzwald.de. We are always happy to help!

What are the current cancellation conditions?

Please refer to your reservation confirmation for cancellation policy of your individual reservation.

Only for direct bookers (bookings on hotel website) we additionally offer particularly flexible cancellation conditions in the case of surprising, personally unavoidable corona consequences:


Free cancellation up to the day of arrival for fully vaccinated guests incl. up-to date Booster shoot (proof of vaccination required)

  1. Isolation (positive yourself) or quarantine order (contact person): We need a copy of the positive corona test (PCR certificate) or the quarantine order from the competent authority. government agency.
  2. Guests from abroad: NEW unavoidable quarantine provision for home (currently for fully vaccinated only in virus variant areas according to RKI) or Häusern
  3. Guests from Germany: If you, as a fully vaccinated person, should be affected by travel or accommodation bans due to the situation in your home country or Häusern

 

Please note that when booking several rooms, the cancellation due to surprising, inevitable corona consequences only applies to those personally affected, NOT to the whole group.


Travel Cancellation Insurance:
To protect you from cancellation bills in the event of other illness-related cancellations of your trip.

Entry from abroad

As of March 3, 2022, no states/regions are considered high-risk or virus variant areas in Germany. There are no more entry requirements except to carry a 3G (or 2G) proof (vaccinated, recovered or tested) when crossing the border.

Should new SARS CoV-2 variants appear, Germany can identify risk areas again in the future. If you stayed with us outside of Germany in the last 10 days before your arrival, you will find the latest information from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and the federal government here.

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