The History of the Hotel Bayerischer Hof

The history of the Hotel Bayerischer Hof dates back to the year 1723 when the house was first mentioned in a tax book from the Staufen reign. 

On the 19th October 1785 the building was completely destroyed by a devastating fire. 

After the reconstruction of the premises, Josef Aurel Stadler opened in - what was known as “House number 71” - a shop selling cloth as well as an extensive cheese warehouse.

Today our Restaurant Stadlers & Bar is located here!  In 1856 Franz Büttner purchased the house and renovated it into Guesthouse “Büttner”. 

Another milestone in the history of the hotel, and also of the town of Oberstaufen, was in 1949 when the first Schroth Cure guests were welcomed to “Hotel Büttner”.  Since 1989 our house is known as “Hotel Bayerischer Hof”

In 1998 the Levinger family took over the Bayerischer Hof.

We are proud to welcome you as guests to our hotel - combining customs, traditions and lively hospitality with each other has become our duty!

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