My wife and I had room 220 on a stopover to UK from Austria - this was the only one of the main hotels we could get into even booking 3 weeks ahead. We had a view of Kurpark and Trinkhalle although this was obscured by the trees in late June so I wouldn't pay much extra for it (although better than the dustbins!).
The lady at the desk was very helpful although there was nobody around to help with our bags. We could have had the car parked but decided to park it ourselves due to it being right hand drive - instructions were a bit vague but by fluke we ended up parking in the huge Kur Park underground car park right by some steps which came out in front of the hotel - as far as I could see there was no special section for this hotel's parking (unlike the Dorint) - 20 Euros is a bit steep for a public car park but not much choice.
The room was cleanish apart from a nasty stain on the headboard however there was an overwelming feeling of it being very dated and in need of refurbishment, from cracked tiles to scuffs on the wall in the hall way section, dated looking CRT television (not flat screen), chintzy flowered curtains, net curtains, formica furnishings, a shower curtain (not seen one in a luxury hotel in a while).
On the central staircase was a huge vase and even this had a huge chip in it - I have a feeling refurbishment surely must be round the corner.
However we had a good sleep (largely thanks to the door that separated the hall from the sleeping area which minimised noise intrusion from the corridor) and the breakfast was pretty good which an egg chef present (although no toaster to do your own toast).
I wouldn't rush to stay here again but I guess you could do worse - importantly though we had a good rest and were set up nicely for the long trip back home.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel’s central location at the edge of the pedestrian zone, opposite the spa gardens of Baden-Baden with its world-famous spa and casino, makes it the ideal starting point for many different activities. At the Steigenberger Europäischer Hof the guest will find comfortable rooms, a cuisine with a French flair and a modern wellness area with sauna, massage and beauty treatment. The city of Baden-Baden and the surrounding area are very diversified. Spend a day relaxing in one of the thermal baths, hike or cycle through the Black Forest or the magnificent vineyards of Baden-Baden and enjoy a performance in the festival hall in the evening.The usage of WiFi is free of charge. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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