Five-star superior hotel relies on top technology made by 2G
Facts & figures
Opened in 2005, the Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden, known as the InterContinental Berchtedgaden Resort until 2014, is a luxury-class hotel. The five-star superior hotel has 126 rooms and twelve suites, as well as three restaurants and a wellness and spa area. And a high-performance 2G power plant.
Holiday and work at 1,000 metre altitude
With its exclusive location, the Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden is a very special kind of retreat and a great place to take a break from the everyday routine. Guests looking for exercise and fitness are also at the right address here: in addition to a generous spa section, the hotel offers breath-taking sport activities. All 138 rooms and suites offer a panoramic view of the Alps and lovely furnishings to match. Those who are hungry, thirsty or just looking to unwind can visit one of the many restaurants or bars and those on business trips will surely enjoy the refreshing opportunity to hold their meetings at an altitude of 1,000 metres in the modern convention area.
Extremely high efficiency enables feeding into the grid
Travelling business people aren’t the only ones driven to work at these airy heights. With the agenitor 406, a CHP unit from 2G dependably does its duty against the picturesque mountain backdrop. The operator uses the electrical and thermal energy generated to cover the luxury hotel’s energy demand. Thanks to the agenitor series’ outstanding efficiency, it regularly produces a surplus of electrical energy, which is then fed into the grid for a profit. The 2G CHP module was fitted within a sound capsule to ensure that when it was integrated into the hotel’s existing heating rooms there would be no issue with noise generation.