We did not stay here, we opted for self catering apartment rather. The Hotel Post is situated in Drosselgasse, which I think might render it a bit noisy.
This self catering unit is a bit out of the way, but really nice and the Schmidt family is extremely helpful. It is a one bedroomed apartment, but they have a double bed and a single bed in the room and it is subdivided by a cupboard giving you the feeling of two seperate rooms. The lounge/dining room area is very spacious and the kitchen is well equipped.
Close to do river cruising, exploring the Rhine area etc. Price is from 38 - 65 euro depending on the time you spend there and season.
This four star hotel has a long history in this village, the "castle"/hotel building has been established in 16th century. Rooms are extremely comfortable and clean, the atmoshphere is nice. Private parking is complimentary.
Backyard restaurant is one of the highest quality in the city, the table reservations are common.
One, which tops of the most, this hotel is owned by the local wine magnat, which exports its high quality wines to many countries. The master himself, Heinrich Breuer, popped anonymously into lobby and in his charismatic and humble way he personally shared the information about the wines, without saying who he is.
Produces one of the best wines in the Germany.
Very good breakfast.
Located in a quiet surrounding near by the river side with a short distance to the centre of town.
Awarded as one of the most outstanding campsites in the country.
It is adjacent to an open air swimming pool and recreational area.
We had a truly wonderful stay at the Central Hotel. We slept well, ate well, and enjoyed the walks through both old and new town.
The town of Ruedesheim am Rhein is really a lot smaller than I had initially expected. We stayed with our group of 20 in the Central Hotel which is, as the title suggests, in the center of town. We were glad that we had made this choice as it was close to the old town and a short walk from the attractions: Drosselgasse, Sigfried's Musik Cabinet, Torture Museum (not my fancy, but some of the teenaged boys in our group liked it), the cable-cars to the monument on one side (old town); and, on the other side of town there was a drug store, grocery, and other shopping.
Another consideration we had when choosing our accommodations was the necessity of choosing an area where it was quiet. We could not hear the Rhine River traffic/train/ship noise from Central Hotel.The hotel is family-run, and we had every satisfaction of their careful attention to our every need. There was a GREAT breakfast buffet included in the room rate, too! In all of the hotels we stayed in, this was the ONLY hotel that provided scrambled eggs, sausage, and bacon...
If you intend to make a '70s-Party: this is your hotel, because the decorations stem from this decade.
If you want to make a granny-party: this is your hotel, as most of the guest were above 65.
If you want to live in a small shoe carton without aircon with a window to the "courtyard above of the kitchen : this is your hotel.
If you want to experience the feeling, when the freight train runs directly through your bed: : this is your hotel, as the railroad runs directly in front of the door and the windows are not suffiently isolated.
If you want to have a bathroom, which is to small to turn around and has a ventilation with the sound of a starting helicopter : this is your hotel.
If you want to have lunch and dinner with a '60s style menu, fat sauce, overcooked meat : this is your hotel.
If you want to sit in meeting room with a sauna experience, due to a not working aircon, where the room heats up to 29 celsius: this is your hotel.
Otherwise: search for an alternative !
A 3 star property just off of Drosselgasse on Grabestr. It sports an elevator and some air conditioning as well as crisply charming rooms. Not to mention the restaurant on the premises!
The facade is worthy of note as it is more detailed than most of the local timbered houses.
Well it's a castle for starters. It is one of the oldest castles on the Rhine -- the first reference to it was in 1214! After several rounds of destruction it was rebuilt in the 1300s. After it had fallen into bad disrepair, it was purchased privately in 1899. Now it is a hotel and tavern.
THE place to stay on this stretch of the Rhine is the 5 crown Hotel Krone. It dates as a place to stay back to the 1500s! They have certainly upgraded since then! You can either have a view of the river or the vineyards.
The hotel is very visible from the river with its unique regional architecture and overflowing flowerboxes.
The guesthouse has 34 beds and rates well under 100 euro a night per room. While still in the touristy section of town at least it is off Drosselgasse itself!
They also have bikes for rent.
There is also a restaurant connected with this guesthouse. The restaurant, of course, features the wines of this part of the Rhine, as well as the usual German specialties of the region.
This lovely hotel and restaurant is in a sidestreet , quite in a distance of Drosselgasse and its noises of day and night.
They have a lovely garden restaurant and a really beautiful half-timbered facade.
In that area, you will certainly hear NO noises at all from the trains rushing through the Rhine-valley about every half hour, day and night.
Hotel Post is directely INSIDE Drosselgasse, so you have just a few steps to be in the big crows of people, IF that is what you are looking for...
I am not sure, whether you are able to find some sleep in Drosselgasse before 02.00 a.m.
The is just a few hundred meters from the train-station, and pretty close to the rail-track, where lots of trains run all night, even when Drosselgasse has fallen asleep already...
Burg Rheinfels is partly a ruin today and a modern ****hotel was added close to it.
The very best about this hotel is the perfect Rhine-view that you have from many of their rooms and the hotel-terrace.
This camping is in a side-valley of the Rhine, in Lahnstein not far from Koblenz.
In a distance of just about 100 meters you may see a great castle : Lahneck
The camping Lahneck is on a mountain, so the floods of the river are NO problem there, BUT also the view on the Rhine-valley is missing.
Reichenstein castle dates back to the 11th century.
In the 13th century the castle belonged to one of the most dangerous robber-barons, and as the castle had such an important position in the Rhine-valley, the emperor decided to destruct the castle and set him into prison.
It lasted 4 years to get hold of him and he was finally "made one head shorter" , as we say it in German...
Today Castle Reichenstein is a great hotel, high above the valley and almost no noise of the trainline will get to your sleepingroom.
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