Our experience mirrored the mainly good but sometimes bad points in other reviews. After a friendly check-in we were left standing around waiting for the promised help to find the storage room for our bikes. On reaching our bedroom we were gasping for refreshment after a 60 km bike ride – but the fridge was empty and when we rang reception we were asked if we had not read the sheet of paper handed to us on arrival (it was down in the small print - why not just put a note on the fridge door that reception will bring you your drinks?) Anyway, it then got better and better. The room was cosy and the balcony attractive. The renovated bathroom was perfect, the bed comfortable. Service was friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our breakfast in the charming restaurant. Bacharach is only a small town but the hotel is situated right in the centre and so there was plenty of time to stroll to the main sites before checking out the next day. All in all an enjoyable stay and a hotel to be recommended.…
While visiting in Bacharach we stumbled upon this hotel restaurant for dinner. We were on the early side and were seated quickly. The staff was friendly and had an English menu. We are always wanting to try goulash and this did not disappoint. Very tasty and also came with homemade bread.
The room was clean and the bed comfortable. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel is located in the center of the small city - the building is beautiful ! The breakfast that was included was very good.
This is one of two or three well-established hotels in Bacarach, the Rhine village time seems to have passed by. The hotel is very old, but well kept and partly renovated. Our room with parquet flooring and new bathroom was perfect. We could leave our car at the hotel parking lot 150 m down the road. Breakfast was fine. We also had dinner in the restaurant; the food and thae wine were delicious but the service rather odd. The waitresses were not unfriendly but very direct, even rude to unexpected customers. I would advise the family running the hotel and restaurant to organise some courtesy training for the staff to avoid awkward situations.
We stayed here during our Rick Steve's Best of Europe tour and it is hard to keep every place straight. We had a fairly basic room on the first floor overlooking the front street. I do remember it was clean, the beds comfortable, and the whole place was very quaint and cozy and we had a welcoming feel there. We ate dinner there and had excellent food and service. The waitstaff was very attentive. The breakfast in the morning had a lot of variety and was very good. I loved the atmosphere in the dining room with large mural like paintings on the wall and dark wood walls. I would definitely stay here again if I ever get a chance to return.