09 Kaiserbad

Circa mid-19th century “Bad Rosenheim” was established as a representative spa facility with gardens, drinking fountains, pavilions and arcades. The iron-rich spa has been here since the 17th century. As its popularity gradually grew an additional bathing house for brine baths designed by Leo von Klenze was added in 1821. Several overnight stays by the German Emperor, Kaiser Wilhelm I, meant the facility was advanced to “Kaiserbad” in 1882. Unfortunately this prestige was short-lived. By the end of the 19th century the bathing had fallen off sharply and it finished completely in 1917. The building then housed apartments until it was demolished in 1985.

Address, location: Kaiserstraße 44 (junction with Rechenauerstraße)