Kirchenstraße 15, 82194 Gröbenzell
08142 / 650 520
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Gröbenzell and surroundings
The “Garden City” was founded in 1952 as a political community and celebrated in 2012 her 60th anniversary.
Gröbenzell and surroundings

Our hotel is located in the heart of Gröbenzell, overlooking the church, the town hall and the weekly market. Gröbenzell belongs to the Upper Bavarian district of Fürstenfeldbruck and is located about 17 kilometers northwest of Munich city center.

In Gröbenzell’s surroundings there are some beautiful lakes, e.g. Olchinger See, Luß See and Langwieder See. Here you can relax.

Golf Sports
Golf enthusiasts are not far away from the golf club Olching e.V., golf course Eschenried or golf course Gröbenbach.

Cinema experience
If you want to watch a movie, Gröbenzells cinema – the Gröben-Lichtspiele – is within walking distance from the hotel.

Church street
You will also find everything you need right on the doorstep of the hotel: doctors, banks and shopping.


Catholic Church of St. Johann Baptist, Kirchenstraße 16b (1925)
Evangelical Lutheran Zachäusgemeinde Gröbenzell, Rathausstraße 8 (1956)
New Apostolic Church, Finkenstraße 10 (1958)
Municipal government Gröbenzell
Community Gröbenzell, Rathausstraße 4, 82194 Gröbenzell, Tel .: 08142 / 505-0,

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Event Calendar

Local history
The “Garden City” was founded in 1952 as a political community and celebrated in 2012 her
60th anniversary.
The local history begins before with Duke Albrecht V., who built around 1560 the “Gröben-Hüterhaus”, which served until the beginning of the 19th century as a sovereign customs office. Gröbenzell was first mentioned in documents in 1725 and from this the name “Gröbenzell” derives from the customs officer of Gröbenbach (“Gröbenzoll”). It was a detached house on Gröbenbach, from which the new road between Olching and Lochhausen should be monitored. The municipal coat of arms therefore shows the customs barrier over a stream. The first residential buildings were built in the mid-19th century, and the construction of the railway line from Munich to Augsburg was accompanied by an upturn in peat cutters. They sold their product now the Royal Bavarian State Railways. In 1898 a railway stop was established. Until the Second World War, Gröbenzell was a peat-digger settlement, then resettled and refugee houses were added.