GHOTEL hotel & living Koblenz

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Neversstrasse 15, Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 56068, Germany
GHOTEL hotel & living Koblenz
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29
Average
24%
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 51% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples76
  • Solo94
  • Business84

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Forum Posts

river cruise

by montroulez

I am taking a group of kids ( 40 ) to Boppard in June. According to new regulations, the bus driver needs 1 rest day which prevents us to use the bus. to which town can we go on a river cruise from Boppard ? 2 hours maximum.
Thanks

Re: river cruise

by lostsooner55

You can look at the web site: www.k-d.com. That is the main cruise line. Gary

Re: river cruise

by abalada

Downstream is on the Rhine much faster than upstream.

I would travel by train to Bacharach (23 min) and from there back by boat to Boppard (~1,75 hrs).
http://www.k-d.com

For the train you can get discounted group tickets with up to 70% discount.
http://www.bahn.co.uk/db_uk/view/products/groups.shtml

For the boats best would be to contact KD directly. With 10 or more persons it's better to reserve anyway. And also about the price (pupils get a 50% discount and also groups - not sure if both can be combined).
http://www.k-d.com

Re: river cruise

by montroulez

Thanks for the answer. Anything special to do in Bacharach ?

Travel Tips for Koblenz

Beer drinking

by Marie-Claude

You have to taste a beer. It is cheeper than water and any other drinks at the restaurant or pub. But beware german beer is bittier than the Belgian ones or the North American ones. It is very refreshing. In some places you can order a liter!

A Hill in Koblenz?

by kylian74

This is what we have seen while we were near monument of ' Emperor Wilhelm' which stands between the two well known river in Koblenz....The view of this hill and some old castles around are quite interesting to see.

Restaurant and Pub

by Elena77 about Altes Brauhaus

Altes Brauhaus is located at the heart of the old town and therefore makes a perfect place for a tasty meal before or after some sight seeing. The late 17th century building used to be the parent house of the Königsbacher brewery which was relocated in 20th century for reasons of space. On that score the building was converted into a restaurant. Altes Brauhaus is open from morning to night and serves a hearty breakfast buffet as well as great lunch and dinner. The menu is very varied and includes several soups and starters, cold meals, menus for kids, salads, desserts and a large range of regional, national and international dishes. The staff is very friendly and attentive.
Altes Brauhaus is composed of a restaurant area and a pub-like part at the entrance. These 2 areas are not spatially divided and at the bar the atmosphere usually is pretty lively in the evenings. So if you prefer to eat at a very quiet environment I’d suggest to have dinner no later than 07:00 pm.
It’s a very popular place- both as a pub and as a restaurant. If you decide to have dinner there, try to book tables in advance (via eMail or phone).
English, French and Spanish menus available. You can download all these menus from their home page.
Altes Brauhaus is air conditioned (which is not very common in Germany yet). „Brauhaus Salad“ with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, egg, cheese, ham and yoghurt dressing.

Deutsches Eck

by Leipzig

The "Deutsches Eck" (German Corner) is a small peninsula formed by the confluence of the rivers Rhine and Moselle. This place received its name from knights of the "Deutscher Orden" (German Order) who founded a settlement here in 1216.
Today it is the most popular tourist attraction in Koblenz.

Deutsches Eck

by Leipzig

Main attraction on the Deutsche Eck peninsula is the monument of the German Emperor Wilhelm I.. The original statue was erected by the sculptor Emil Hundrieser and the architect Bruno Schmitz in 1893–1897 but was destroyed by Allied artillery fire in 1945. A private donation made it possible to erect a copy of the statue on this place. It was uncovered in 1993. The total height including the base is 37 m, the copper bronze sculpture (height 14 m) weighs 61.5 tons.

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