Welcome to the Colombi Hotel Freiburg
A warm welcome to the Colombi Hotel, one of only a few luxury-class city hotels that is still run by its owners.
The Colombi, which is situated on the outskirts of the picturesque old part of Freiburg,
is the perfect starting point for a stroll around the city or a day trip
to the Black Forest, the Kaiserstuhl, the Markgräflerland or the Alsace, which is close by.
Rooms & suites
Our 112 non-smoking rooms and suites range from cosy single rooms to the luxurious Colombi Suite with magnificent views over Freiburg's Minster and the picturesque old town. The rooms are all individually furnished with sensitivity, charm and emotion.
Our fine dining restaurant “Zirbelstube” won several awards and has been highly esteemed among gourmets for over three decades.
In earlier times the "Falkenstube" was the focus of regional gastronomic tradition.
The cosy “Hans-Thoma-Stube” originates from an original Bavarian farmhouse Stube from 1776 and is panelled with light, antique spruce.
In our café and bistro “Graf Anton” you will find small piquant regional and international delicacies and famous classics.
The Colombi – part of the History of Freiburg
In 1775, at the age of 26, Count Antonio de Colombi y Payet, born in Tossa de Mar, a town close to Gerona in Spain, founded a prosperous business in St. Petersburg, with wines and colonial products. He expanded it to an internationally renowned company. The name of Colombi therefore has been associated very early with delightful living. At the same time, he is the consul general of the Spanish government.
Due to his great reputation Czar Alexander I gives him and his business exceptional privileges. In 1808, at the age of 60, Count Colombi fell in love with the 27-year-old baron’s daughter of Bode and married her in St. Petersburg.
Their daughter, Maria Gertrudis Antonia Countess of Zea Bermudez Colombi, builds in 1858 - on the highest point of the Colombi Park - a Spanish style castle and gives it her name. It miraculously withstands unharmed all the troubles of the upcoming wars.