Well priced hotel with everything necessary, but neither fancy, but nor cheap. We slept comfortably, ate a lovely breakfast, and were directed toward the town in a friendly manner. Wartburg was unbelievable, though the stairs were quite a climb.
Located in the heart of Eisenach, this hotel is steps from Bachhaus and Bach House Eisenach. Wittenberg Luther House Eisenach …More
The hotel is obviously undergoing refurbishment. I find it difficult to understand timing such an activity for mid summer.
There was no inhouse dining room other than for breakfast. It was suggested that evening meals were tken at a sister hotel 10 minutes walk away. There was no room service (food) available.
During our stay work was going on on our landing, I presume refurbishing bedrooms. Carpets on ground level areas were alsobeing lifted and replaced. Warnings of these activities prior to arrival should have been given.
The Hotel as obviously had some standing in the town and sells itself as such, but at the time we were there it fell short.
I understand that an overnight parking fee could be charged....even though the parking was an outside open carpark but I feel that for someone who was parking for 11 nights a reduction on daily rate could have been offered. At times the park was inadequate for the number of guests staying.
Located in the heart of Eisenach, this hotel is steps from Nikolaitor, Karlsplatz, and Nikolai Church Eisenach. Wandelhalle …More
Clean and tidy room. Wifi reception not very good in room. Great breakfast, and wonderful friendly service. Fantastic value for money overall. A bit far out from Eisenach centre, just need to be aware of this, but not a problem if you have a car.
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Situated in Eisenach, this hotel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Reuter Wagner Museum Eisenach and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from Automobile …More
The northern gateway to the Thuringian forest, Eisenach is famous for its UNESCO-listed Wartburg Castle and as the home of Johann Sebastian Bach, whose birth house is now a museum. The house of Martin Luther, who lived here as a child and adult, is also a museum. The old town has numerous historical sights, including the 18th-century town palace, the city hall, and the Marktplatz. Hainich National Park is 10 kilometres away.