Burghotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Rothenburg, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a desk, and you can stay connected during your stay as Burghotel offers guests free wifi.
Plus, Burghotel offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
While staying at Burghotel, visitors can check out Klingentor (0.2 mi) and Schmiedgasse (0.2 mi), some of Rothenburg's top attractions.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Restaurant Michelangelo, Profumo Di Pasta Da Giuseppe, or Vito, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Burghotel.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a park, such as Burggarten.
Enjoy your stay in Rothenburg!
Stayed here for a special occasion and loved the spacious room - especially the door between the sitting area and the bedroom, which allowed us to get our daughter to sleep more easily. The room and the hotel itself were beautifully and tastefully furnished, and the breakfast room had a wonderful view. (Ordering your breakfast, down to the number of pats of butter, the night before was a bit odd, but a function of the times.) Great location, easy walking distance to restaurants and sights but tucked away from the standard tour group pathways.
This family-owned hotel is a true gem: - It's very clean and comfortable. I felt immediately at ease and at home after arrival. The terrance behind breakfast room is a great place to watch sunset; - Mr. Otto is the best host any guest could wish for. He examplifies the good German virtues (Tugend) of hard-work, duty and discipline ( who works from 6am to 10pm everyday). On top of that, he has a kind heart and a brilliant mind. I later learned that he is from a well-respected intellectual family and he himself was a professor before coming to help his daughter with this family business. I'd love to go back to chat with him more about his life stories; I've visited quite a lot of towns in Europe. Rothenburg definitely stands out: it is very well-preserved (history's favorite child in Europe, maybe?), in addition, there is this openness and warmth that's very rare for a small town. I understand why people call it "romantic", but I find it more tranquil and welcoming. If you are interested in history, I'd highly recommend the wonderful tour guide Andrea (I found her through Rothenburg tourism office). I love all the fascinating stories she's told, with so much passion and humor. The handworker's museum (Handwerkerhaus) is extremely interesting for learning about the craftsmen's life and work in the medieval times.…
Great place to stay with a very nice view from the breakfast room. Large room with bathroom and everything you need when you travel. Excellent location.. and lovely city to see. Parking maybe should be free.
Family stayed here for two days before New Year's Day. The staff was excellent; rooms huge and immaculate with amazing views; and, it has a terrific hot [90 degrees Celsius] private sauna. The adjoining restaurant was first class. Being right in the walled Old Town, you have access to every attraction.
I chose the Burghotel after reading many reviews. We arrived early but the room was ready so we were able to drop our luggage and head out to check out the town. We had Suite #2 with access to the terrace. It was a huge space, larger than anything we've stayed at in Europe. Th staff make this place special especially Otto who will make you feel welcome. The breakfast is delicious and they will prepare eggs to order.