With its numerous thermal and mineral springs, the Hessian capital of Wiesbaden is one of Europe's oldest spa resorts. The Taunus mountain range and the banking city of Frankfurt am Main are not far away. The most important sights of Wiesbaden include the imposing castle of the Dukes of Nassau, where the seat of the Hessian Parliament is today, the Schlossplatz, the Old Town Hall from 1610, the New Town Hall from 1887 and the Marktkirche. In the historic Old Town, which has largely been spared from the last world war, the elegant Wilhelmstraße is home to fine shops and cozy cafés. The Kurpark, which is designed in the style of English gardens, borders directly on the inner city. If you spend a few days here in a comfortable hotel, you can experience a lot of variety in the closer and wider surroundings.
The comfortable hotel room for visiting events. If you are interested in a trade fair, exhibition or congress in Wiesbaden, you have a wide choice. Whether Art & Antique, the online marketing day, the Biogartenmesse or the student exchange trade fair, the right trade fair can be visited here every year. For this purpose, a comfortable hotel room in a pleasant hotel is available for overnight accommodation. It is certainly not only the fair or the congress that takes place. The city with the exciting surrounding has far more to offer and is absolutely worth a longer stay. It can be conquered just as well by public transport in the short-distance and long-distance transport as by its own car. The "Great Game" of the Spielbank, which is housed in the former Weinsaal in the Kurhaus Wiesbaden, provides for a great deal of variety and excitement.
The Neroberg is the house of the town and represents a special highlight for locals and tourists. The name Neroberg derives from the Roman past. With the Nerobergbahn, which has been in existence since 1888, it goes up quite comfortably from the Nerotal up to the mountain. In addition to a beautifully designed park with a magnificent view over the city, you will find the Russian Orthodox Church of St. Elisabeth, as well as the Opelfreibad. From the residential hotel you can explore different routes of the surrounding area. This includes, for example, the river route, in which the industrial history between Schierstein and Mainz-Kostheim is revealed. Or the Rheingauer Riesling Route, which leads from Flörsheim-Wicker via Hochheim through the southern city area to the Rheingau to Lorchhausen. Likewise, the visit of Mainz, the Rheinstadt Bingen and Frankfurt am Main is particularly recommendable.