The design of the entire hotel has an odd asian feel with satin gold, blue, and green table cloths and curtains with orchids and fake plants galore. The only reason this place gets so much business is because of the Rick Steves travel TV program from 20 years ago. The staff is friendly enough, maybe a little overbearing and annoying constantly asking how everything was. The bed and pillows were way too soft and with extremely poor lighting. The "honeymoon suite" was just 2 beds pushed together and then an extra bed in the corner for some strange reason. I would prefer a bath in a honeymoon suite instead of an extra children's bed. One thing is for sure, they are proud of how they fold their towels, kind of a cruiseline gimmick. The bathroom was dirty with hair all over the floor and couldnt even see with just 2 small vanity light bulbs. We didnt even take a shower because it was serious pitch black in the shower to the point you couldnt tell whether or not it was clean. The previous wallpaper or paint in the bathroom was bleeding through the cheap linoleum wall covering. Looks like it was meant for the floor, they had extra, so they put it on the walls.The selection for the menu was easy as there were only 4 things to choose from. The food did taste good, nothing amazing. Just simple salty, heavy German food. Wine of course is amazing but that has little to do with the hotel. If you are set on Bacharach you would be better off staying at Stubers a couple hundred meters down from there. You would be better off still staying in St. Goar.
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- Also Known As:
- Kranenturm Hotel Bacharach