The Adler Hotel is pleasant if not luxurious. Our room, at the front of the hotel overlooking a small square and a church, was comfortable, and the bath, while small, was very clean and up-to-date. There were a few small glitches initially, but the owner -- an exceedingly hard-working and very nice man -- took care of them.
Because it's on the street and doesn't have heavy curtains to block light, it's a good idea to use sleep masks, which we've found most useful traveling to small towns in Germany and France. The insulated windows do a pretty good job of blocking the noise.
The hotel is an excellent base for looking around the small old city. Parking in a free municipal lot is less than 400 meters.
Our biggest problem was with the place's WiFi, which was a pain because we were at the end of our vacation and wanted to check plane reservations, etc. It is possible we just never got the hang of the system, but be forewarned. And it did work, albeit erratically.
Overall, this was a pleasant hotel in a nice small town. And the price is exceedingly reasonable.
The hotel's restaurant was truly excellent! The traditional German buffet breakfast was delicious. We also ate dinner there twice, and we had traditional foods, but they were really very well prepared and flavorful, above what one often finds in small hotels in small towns. The service, too, was very good.
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