The Inn at Hermannhof Festhalle was originally the site of an 1869 building destroyed by fire on July 29th, 1886. The building was reconstructed in the latest Second Empire style to house the Monnig store; a hardware, mercantile, pharmacy and post office all in one, with the upper floors of the home of its prominent proprietor. It was the first commercial building in Hermann to architecturally depart from the traditional models. It is one of three significant buildings in the downtown historic district with a Mansard room and dormers.
The building was later made into a car dealership and in the mid 1980’s the building was converted to the Hermannhof Festhalle.
In 2007 a total restoration of the second and third floors was completed for the Inn at Hermannhof. The first floor of the Hermannhof Festhalle is still the home to the finest Hermann event center, hosting festival activities and special events year around. The second and third floors feature eight of the most breathtaking suites available in Missouri. Each is named after a historic Missouri Steamer. The suites are furnished with carefully restored period pieces that have been collected over many years from the Hermann area.
Six historic working haus wineries joined the Inn at Hermannhof in 2007. Each was from the Missouri region and they were purchased, moved and restored on East Hill across from the Festhalle. Each cottage captures the character and appeal of the 1800′s. There are twenty one-of-a-kind luxurious suites on East Hill that are perfect for romantic getaways in Missouri with sweeping views of the Missouri river and the Hermann historic district.
Whether you choose a guest room at our Festhalle or on East Hill, we are confident you will enjoy the experience. We invite you to stay with us at the Inn at Hermannhof.