This will be one of your most memorable lifetime experiences! Remember and enjoy every minute of it. This hotel is of the highest quality and managed also at the highest quality by Mr Andreas Wieckenberg. He has the place running like clockwork and everyone is trained to the highest standards.The food is amazing and the service is superb. Having visited for the 2nd time I could fault absolutely nothing at all. That you must understand, is a big ask for someone that has been a Hotel General Manager for 30 years, had my own restaurant, and now a hospitality consultant. I honestly found this hotel to be one of the best I have ever had the pleasure to visit. Congratulations Andreas for a job uniquely well done. We can not wait to visit again.x
What an experience. Beautiful place to stay and eat. We recently spent a night there for our anniversary and I couldn't have asked for a more better place to spend the day and night with the one I love. This is a must do if your in the area.
The hotel was everything you paid for. From the luxurious room, the amenities and the nice grounds. The only reason it was perfect was 1) there was an event that evening which we did not know about ahead of time which limited our access to dining (ate in the bar) and 2) there were fruit flies on our in room fruit and the turn down service did not remove the eaten fruit. The dinner and the service in the bar was excellent - though a little pricey.
Afternoon Tea at Schloss Hotel Kronberg was absolutely delightful. Very much an English High Tea with delectable offerings. The service was outstanding and the atmosphere charming. A stroll around the the spectacular grounds afterwards is highly recommended. This is a special place just 18 minutes outside of Frankfurt.
I had wanted to visit this Schloss for a very long time as I was interested in its connection to Queen Victoria. We were not able to book online as their website was not working properly,so I had to call to make the reservation, but at the time the lady could not give me the online discount. Luckily, a nice woman with dark hair at the reception the next day was able to sort this out for us. When we arrived the man at the reception was very matter of fact, but not overly friendly or welcoming, which was a bit of a culture shock having received such a warm friendly reception from our hotels in Spain( see review of Parador Caceres). The next morning was the same when we ran into staff who barely acknowledged us which was a little off putting. However, the Schloss itself is beautiful and our room was lovely as were the grounds. I loved the traditional decor not being a fan of the cookie cutter modern designs all hotels seem to have these days. The highlight of our stay was Lars the manager and Shobin. Lars actually smiled at us and gave us a very informative tour of the hotel. He pointed out some very interesting facts, for example the room between two floors. The other highlight of our stay was Shobin. He worked in the restaurant and was very friendly and welcoming. He spoke English and German. Very helpful and just a delightful person. You could tell he cared for the guests and went out of his way to help them. He made us feel very welcome and made our anniversary stay special. The food was overall good, but very expensive, but that was to be expected at a five star hotel. The town was okay nothing special. Not unwelcoming, but not very friendly either. As much as I loved the beauty of the hotel Lars,and Shobin, I think I would go back to the Villa Rothschild next time(review on TripAdvisor). Just a more welcoming, historical hotel and better value for the money overall.…