Bad Imnau is located between the Black Forest and the Swabian Alb, in the very north of the Hohenzollern region, 400 to 500 meters above sea level. About 650 inhabitants live in the small, idyllic village.
Nestled in the lovely Eyachtal valley, surrounded by forest, Bad Imnau is an island of peace and quiet. In this environment, the Bad Imnau sanatorium was founded as early as 1733. Today, the grounds of the former spa are home to the Hotel Fürstenhof, a restaurant with a café and beer garden, and a unique Art Nouveau-style event hall.
The listed Kursaal of the Fürstenhof in Bad Imnau is architecturally the most striking building of the place. Built in the Art Nouveau style, the historic Kursaal served as a banqueting hall for guests seeking relaxation as early as the 19th century. Today, numerous events take place in the impressive Kursaal: Concerts, exhibitions, corporate events, congresses, weddings and much more.