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Mawell Resort

Roseneck 5

Langenburg 74595, Germany

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“Completely natural, authentic, comfortable – simply Mawell.“” Wolfgang Maier, Building Contractor, Hotel Owner, Visionary

Description

Authenticity, naturalness & sustainability, three attributes which describe perfectly the unique atmosphere of the Mawell Resort.

Experience "Back to the nature“ at the Mawell Resort in Langenburg, Hohenlohe. The resort with its fantastic panoramic view is built directly in unspoiled nature, the careful handling of nature is in the foreground. The owner feels linked to his native country and thus primarily the materials which originate from the region like oak, mussel lime and law marble were used for the construction.

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Highlights

  • 4500 m2 large wellness area embedded in million of years old rock
  • 200 m high deck above the valley with sauna and pool
  • Infinity pool
  • Panoramic view on the Jagd-valley
  • Wellness in harmony with nature
  • Use of natural and regional resources
  • Authenticity, nature and sustainability
Green Pearls® Score for Mawell Resort

environmental protection

being local - authentic experiences

giving back

cultural commitment

Rooms & Amenities

  • 64 Rooms with three categories: Comfort, Deluxe, Superior (from approx. 31 to 40 m ²)
  • Suite with approx. 89 m ²
  • 4500 m2 large wellness area
  • Indoor and outdoor fitness area on the rooftop
  • Two restaurants: Restaurant with panoramic view and Restaurant „Genussmanufaktur Tenne“ with show-cooking
  • WLAN at the entire hotel

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The philosophy

How it began

From 1962 till the end of 2007 the „Verein für Evangelische Familiendörfer in Württemberg accommodated families and offered a variety of leisure possibilities for the vacation in the midst of unspoiled nature under the name „Feriendorf Roseneck“.

In 2008 the local enterpreneur Wolfgang Maier acquired the property, that had to be sold for economic reasons. His vision was the development of a sustainable hotel concept offering an unique wellness experience in the midst of the Hohenloher nature.

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Spa

All started here. Nature is the basic for the unique wellness concept of the Mawell Resort. The principle is to work with and not against nature. Width parts of the 4500 m ² spa area are located in the midst of a millions year old landscape of stones into which the wellness area was integrated.

The old stone provides a feeling of sublimity. Powerfully and still smooth. Body and mind are united. The panoramic windows open the view to nature and the landscape of Hohenlohe. Wellness in harmony with nature is a perfect symbiosis in the Mawell Resort.

  • Infinity pool in the woods
  • Natural pool with a pavilion to rest and biosphere sauna outside
  • Deck on the tower with pool and sauna
  • Rock area with wood sauna, hunter’s sauna and steam sauna
  • Salt caves with salt pool and graduation house

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The Green Initiatives of Mawell Resort

  • Mawell Resort
  • Architecture
  • Energy Consumption
  • Water Management
  • Food
  • Social Engagement

Mawell Resort and Sustainability

Architecture

  • Integration of the hotel concept in the surrounding nature
  • Create consciousness for the nature and added value for the region
  • Regional building materials
  • Oak & birchwood from own wood
  • Natural rock approx. 250 million years old, mussel lime, law rock & loam

Energy Consumption

  • Own energy supply
  • Cogeneration system (500 kW – peak load cover corresponds to a saving of 800,000 l of fuel oil)
  • Gas fermentation system – microgas line / BHKW directly in the location; direct conversion on site performs 400 kW el (The rejected heat is used in the resort) surplus energy is ised for the outdoor swimming pool Ladenburg, school, town hall, kindergarten and Innopark)
  • 6 Electric cars

Water Management

  • Water Treatmant Plant with ultrafiltration
  • Use of rain and well water

Food

  • Regional food
  • Cooperation with regional farmers and suppliers
  • Own herb garden

Social Engagement

Training and education of 2 female refugees from Albania