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This hotel is build into an ancient castle which overlooks the Rhine. The views of the river and valley from the dining room where they serve all 3 meals is stunning! Really stunning!
The food and service in the dining room are excellent. The breakfast...More
great place for solo travelers! please note, there are a LOT of stairs, but right next to an aging castle so worth it. The morning buffet is top notch as well as their dinner service. There is a cute little pub about 50 meters from...More
What an amazing location, dramatically set on top of a cliff and overlooking the UNESCO heritage site of the Rhine valley. Unfortunately that was about it.
The quality of our room (especially the bathroom), the food in the downstairs tavern, staff attitude (especially during breakfast),...More
Romantic hotel nicely located with very nice view on the Rhine river and the castle.
Worthwhile to drive a couple of kilometers to sleep in such an amazing place.
Spa area is very nicely done as well and there is a sauna which is made...More
I first met my current partner at this Restaurant and Hotel. She chose this restaurant for us to meet the first time, because of its food, atmosphere, view, and location. She made a great choice and we have been back at least five times since....More
Yes. There is an entrance fee, but if I remember correctly it was reasonable. We toured the ruins on our own but used Rick Steves' Germany guidebook. He has an excellent narrative of the ruins and it was most helpful... More
Yes. There is an entrance fee, but if I remember correctly it was reasonable. We toured the ruins on our own but used Rick Steves' Germany guidebook. He has an excellent narrative of the ruins and it was most helpful. The castle ruins are quite extensive so give yourself at least a couple of hours to explore. And take a small flashlight with you as some of the rooms and tunnels are quite dark (Steves recommends this is his guide.) Hope this helps and have fun!
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"The single rooms are very small, but economical at $99 a night"