Ringhotel Central Ruedesheim

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Kirchstrasse 6, Rudesheim am Rhein, Hesse, 65385, Germany
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Satisfaction Average
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples70
  • Solo33
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Bag storage?

by pdevans777

Is there an office at the Weisbaden train station that I can leave my suitcase for a couple of days while I hike and bike? If so, how much per day?

Re: Bag storage?

by Ina08

The webpage from the German railroad (DB) does not specify exactly what kind of service they provide in the main station in Wiesbaden. However the webpage says "Schließfächer / DB Gepäck Center" which translated means "lockers /DB luggage centre".

No information about price; be aware that there are train stations which have a time limit for locker usage.

Travel Tips for Wiesbaden

The Flying Dutchman

by Nemorino

About four or five years ago I missed a unique opportunity.

In Frankfurt I went to an afternoon performance of Der fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman) by Richard Wagner, and realized too late that I could have taken the train to Wiesbaden and seen a different production of the same opera that same evening. (It's Wagner's shortest opera, and still has a lot of Bellini influence that he later rejected, so seeing it twice in one day would have been no problem.)

I did see the Wiesbaden production eventually. Since it was sold out I had to sit way off to the side, so I didn't get a complete view of the stage -- there was a bright red sailing ship on a black background or visa versa -- but it was still very good because that was the evening they had Simon Estes in as a guest singer, the only time I've ever heard him live.

9, 18 or 36 Holes in Wiesbaden

by Weissdorn

Wiesbaden has three major golf courses with tournement character. Direct contact to the courses will give you details for arranging for an appointment.

Golf Course Rheinblick
18 hole course in Wiesbaden-Dotzheim
Golf Club Rhein-Main e. V. Wiesbaden
Address: Wei?er Weg, 65201 Wiesbaden
Phone: (0049-611) 1842416
Fax: (0049-611) 1842418
E-Mail: golfc@golfclubrheinmain.de

9 hole course
Wiesbadener Golf Club e.V.
Address: Chausseehaus 17, 65199 Wiesbaden
Phone: (0049-611) 460238

Main-Taunus Course
18 hole course in Wiesbaden-Delkenheim
Golf-Club Main-Taunus e.V.
Address: Lange Seegewann 2, 65205 Wiesbaden
Phone: (0049-6122) 52550
E-Mail: clubinfo@golfclub-maintaunus.de

Idstein Park
36 hole course in Idstein-W?rsdorf
Golfpark Idstein e.V.
Adress: Am Nassen Berg, 65510 Idstein-W?rsdorf
Phone: (0049-6126) 9322-13
Fax: (0049-6126) 9322-33
E-Mail: nordkurs@golfpark-idstein.de

Miniature Golf

Miniature Golf Course Stra?enm?hle
Address: Stra?enm?hlweg, 65199 Wiesbaden
Phone: (0049-611) 9410774


by zuriga

If you go up into the hills above Wiesbaden, there's a short tram ride and an interesting cemetery for fallen soldiers of both World Wars. One tombstone read...killed in Vilna - 1943. Here was someone who had fought against my relatives there. They weren't any luckier than this man.

Cheap and good Persan food!

by merak about Café Naderi

A helping of two grilled meatball-stripes whith rice and grilled tomatoes (whith bread if you like) costs 6 Euro. Spicy and fresh!
A stick of grilled lamb liver or heart chops whith bread costs 1,50 Euro.
Other specialities by request.
German spoken.

St. Bonifatius

by antistar

The St Bonifatius church is one of the most striking buildings in the city, but doesn't even get a mention in the tourist guide books that I found. It's pleasant location at the end of Luisenplatz singles it out for attention, as do the two grand spires that stretch out high into the Wiesbaden skyline. The Church was very busy and noisy when I was there, and apparently has seating for 4500 people, making it a considerable size and the biggest church in the region. The building was first started in 1828, but suffered a collapse only a few years later in 1831. After sitting in ruins for some years, a collection of the townspeople raised enough money to build the current one, which was constructed in 1845 in a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic styles. The two 65m towers were only finally completed in 1866, and the electric clock added in 1890.


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