Exactly 20 years later, a bathhouse was added to the gastronomic wing, in which the brine, extracted from the manhole of a former coal mine 1 km away, was used as bathing water and for therapeutic purposes.
At that time the company was called "Henrietten-Quelle" and was the contact point for the predominantly peasant - rural population.
In the 1920s, some guest rooms were added. At the same time, a coffee garden was created on the area of today's beer garden.
In the 1930s and 1940s, today's Hotel Bad Minden was particularly well-known for the fact that garrison members gathered there to dance on the weekend. Many have found their happiness here - which, incidentally, also applied to the period from 1955 to 1965, a time with the traditional "dance tea".
As a result of further expansion phases, the hotel now has 30 modern hotel rooms, banquet and conference rooms as well as a medical bath department. In 1990 the garden - today a beer garden - was successfully put into operation again. Then as now, the hotel tries to adapt to the new and familiar guest wishes.