Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Bad Schwalbach, Hotel Malepartus is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Malepartus makes it easy to enjoy the best of Bad Schwalbach.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk and room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.
If you are looking for a good steakhouse, you may want to check out Dreiunddreißig while staying at Hotel Malepartus.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Kurpark (0.4 km), which is a popular Bad Schwalbach attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Malepartus is sure to make your visit to Bad Schwalbach one worth remembering.
I stayed at Hotel Malepartus, Bad Schwalbach (near Wiesbaden), Germany for one night on the 30 November 2018. I had previously stayed in the hotel twice before. The purpose of my stay was to attend an event at the Bhakti Marga International Centre in Springen village. On the previous two occasions I stayed in a double room but this time I stayed in a single room. Unfortunately, this proved to be an injudicious choice, as the quality of the room was not of such a good standard. If you are of large stature, I would definitely NOT recommend booking a single room at the Hotel Malepartus. I have decided to try another hotel for my next visit to Bad Schwalbach. The Room The bedroom was in need of redecoration, however, the main problem I had was with the bathroom and I will itemise my points of concern below. 1. There was no electric or central gas heating in the bathroom which is not acceptable during the winter. Anyone who travels to Germany will know the winters can be extremely cold. Guests may risk becoming ill standing in a cold bathroom after leaving a hot shower. 2. The shower cubicle was entered by a sliding door which was very narrow and I had to awkwardly twist my body to step inside. 3. The shower cubicle was too small for someone of larger stature (height and girth) and it was difficult for me to wash properly due to the cubicle dimensions. 4. This was made worse by the absence of a wall-mounted toiletries holder (a basic essential) so I had to put my shower gel on the floor and struggled to reach it without banging my head on the wall. 5. The light above the wash-hand basin had an on/off flick switch and NOT a pull cord. A bathroom light of this type should have a pull cord for safety. Someone with wet hands may receive an electrical shock by turning on such a light switch. The Common Areas I was disappointed that the hotel management had made no attempt to improve the decoration standards in the common areas since my visit in July 2018. The Staff I was concerned the manager did not seem to recognise that I had stayed in the hotel only four months before. I would have expected acknowledgement of this, even if cursory. He did not appear to have developed his borderline perfunctory Hotelier customer services skills further since my previous visit. I doubt he fully understands that a hotel’s business is built on customer relationship management and benefits from displaying demonstrable warmth when interacting with customers. I think it is a basic expectation that a hotel’s guests are automatically told the wi-fi password at check-in and this did not happen. Restaurant I did not have any breakfast or meals when I stayed at the hotel, but have a restaurant on the ground floor that has a relaxed ambience. The Location Bad Schwalbach is a historical spa town, which is located about 20 km North-West of Wiesbaden, the nearest large city. Wiesbaden is approximately a 30-minute drive from Frankfurt International Airport. Bad Schwalbach is quaint, benefits from a tranquil atmosphere and would be a good stop-off point to another destination in the wider locale. By taxi or car, it takes about 15 minutes to drive from Bad Schwalbach to Springen.…
I stayed at Hotel Malepartus, Bad Schwalbach (near Wiesbaden), Germany for two nights on the 26 to 28 July 2018. I had previously stayed in the hotel in July 2013 and due to my enjoyable stay on that occasion had sufficient confidence to book this hotel again. The purpose of my stay was to attend an event at the Bhakti Marga International Centre in Springen village. This a delightful little 3 Star, family run hotel that is situated across the road from the idyllic Landschaftspark which is a veritable oasis abundant with towering, established trees. I do not have any negative comments to make about my stay there and would not hesitate to stay there again in the future. The Room I booked a Standard Single Room through Booking.com. When I arrived, the hotel had allocated me a double room at the front of the hotel with a balcony. The wrought-iron balcony overlooked Landschaftspark. The room and bathroom were of a good standard and pristine when it came to cleanliness. The wi-fi in the room was free; the reception stable and it never went offline. The Common Areas I think homely is the best description, but a refurbishment would certainly ehance first impressions. I gather the hotel is under new ownership in recent times, so imagine they will need to stabilise their revenue base before they invest in such undertakings. However, this did not detract from my stay. I have stayed in some famous Five Star hotels that suffered from a similar problem! The Staff The staff were friendly and helpful. Restaurant I did not have any breakfast or meals when I stayed at the hotel, but have a restaurant on the ground floor that has a relaxed ambience. The Location Bad Schwalbach is a historical spa town, which is located about 20 km North-West of Wiesbaden, the nearest large city. Wiesbaden is approximately a 30-minute drive from Frankfurt International Airport. Bad Schwalbach is quaint, benefits from a tranquil atmosphere and would be a good stop-off point to another destination in the wider locale. As an ice cream aficionado, it would be remiss of me not to draw your attention to the excellent ice cream parlour in Bad Schwalbach. The parlour is called Eiscafe Cortina and is located at Adolfstraße 4. The tantalising array of ice cream delicacies is truly impressive for such a small town. The hotel’s front rooms directly overlook Bad Schwalbach’s Landschaftspark, which is part of the Taunus Nature Park. By taxi or car, it takes about 15 minutes to drive from Bad Schwalbach to Springen. The taxi journey costs about 15 Euros each way.…
The room is spacious and well appointed, especially for European standards. Generous breakfast provided and first rate meals available from the restaurant. Staff is friendly and most helpful. I will certainly stay here on future visits to Bad Schwalbach.