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Hotel Schwarzer Adler
Reviewed June 30, 2013

A delightful hotel in a classic German town. You have the feel of walking back into time as you are greeted at the reception.Your room however is fitted with all modern amenities. The owner and his wife are at hand to make you feel at home.A great place to explore the wonders of Kaiserstuhl and the surrounding Black Forest. Fabulous breakfast buffet is included in a lovely flowered terrace

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 29, 2013

If you would have a good meal you must have a stop here. There are two good restaurants, the "schwarzer adler" ,1 star in the Michelin Guide and for country meals the "rebstock" . Well eqipped also the rooms in the "main House" and in the guesthouse on the other side of the street. The rooms in the main house are not so quiet. Better sleeping is on the street side of the rebstock-restaurant.
The rooms are big, clean, with a comfortable bed and a big modern bathroom. If you enter the room ,you´ll find a small fruitplate as a welcome gift. Very nice is the big breakfast in the main house.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 21, 2012

We stayed for one night in this small village. We choose the hotel since it was a member of the Small Luxury hotels. The room itself was okay but nothing special: think Laura Ashley and a hideous chandelier that makes it a bit old fashioned. A rather small bathroom but everything was spotless. The staff was very helpful and really did everything they could to make you feel welcome (help with luggage, arrange a wine tasting at their winery etc). They have a Michelin star restaurant but we (travelling with kids) found it a bit too stiff and choose their other restaurant across the street which was fine. The big plus is their breakfast: the best we had during our trip and that would make me return to the hotel. I think they generally have a older guests that like this atmosphere: for us a bit too old fashioned and we missed some extra’s as pool/spa etc. Would we go back? Perhaps, not the village itself which is rather dull: however the environment is wonderful. Perhaps given their great wines, the super breakfast and their great service (even when we left: they send to our home address a lost bracelet from our daughter that they found).

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 27, 2011

Ok I am biased. I love Germany, I love German wine, and I love good food. I also like to be pampered and fussed-over and made to feel important, and you get all this and more in this spectacular small hotel. Small in size it may be, but with 1 of the best restaurants in Germany, coupled with a wine list with over 2400 choices plus beautifully furnished rooms in the main house it is very large on hospitality. I arrive at 12pm on day 1 and take lunch on the beautiful open terrace. 7 course "Gastronomich" menu for 89 Euros, then add another 51 Euros for 5 wines of the world expertly chosen by the extremely knowledgable and not at all pushy Sommelier---including a 2003 Chateau-Laffite blanc and a 1995 Chateau Les Carmes Haut-Brion. Menu was Langoustines, Turbot, Deer Fillets, all wonderfully cooked and presented with portion size just right. The beurre blanc sauce was the best I've had in a long time. Finished off with 5 superbly fresh cheeses including 2 local ones and then a deliciously rich dessert wine from Kracher of Austria. Service is quite simply outstanding; a mere raising of the head and you will be attended to by an army of specialists. The owners the Keller family are always in the restaurant at both lunch and dinner to meet and greet and also ensure that everybody is being well taken care of-and if you're lucky like me you might even get a chance to view the cellars where the owner stores his bordeaux and burgundy wine. The biggest headache I have is choosing some additional wine from this enormous list, which covers a vast selection of claret and burgundy plus Germany and of course wines from the Keller vinyard; this is one of the best winemakers in Germany for both red and white wines and has won many awards. Back for dinner at 7pm, for a 70 minute pre-order of oven-roasted chicken with foie grois and black truffles-nothing I can say to describe the pleasure of eating this dish with a bottle of 1993 La Mission Haut-Brion. The hotel is in a very quiet location, very comfortable modern furnishings and well equipped bathrooms-But dont expect modern trappings like business centre, spa and pool. People come here to walk, cycle and just relax and enjoy superb food and wine. Highly recommended for boring food and wine freaks like me. Looking forward to my next weekend in September!

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed June 29, 2011

We spent two nights at the hotel. Unfortunately they booked us into a room in a building 200 meters down the street from the main hotel without telling us. The room was rather dark and sparsely decorated with a tiny bed with two sliding mattresses (for a young couple) and no view at all. This was not what we had expected from a Small Luxury Hotel.
The staff was very friendly, breakfast was great and the Rebstock wine restaurant was very romantic. Due to the room I would not stay in the hotel again or make sure to get a room in the main building.

Room Tip: Don't miss the Rebstock restaurant
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  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank bettybe82
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Reviewed August 15, 2010

We read about this hotel in Conde Nast Traveller magazine a year or two ago. It was highly recommended for its food and we got a really great deal by booking it through the Small Luxury Hotels website.

We had wine, fruit & water in our room on arrival. The room was OK and the bathroom spacious, but it was really quite hot, no air con or ventilation in the bathroom and our room was on the road which was busy at all times. I would recommend requesting a quieter room!

That said, it was our only complaint. The first night we had a delicious meal at the hotel's casual 'winebar' restaurant over the road - great food, excellent wine by the glass and packed with locals enjoying a good dinner.

The second night we had a gastro dinner in the 'fine dining' restaurant which was 5 fantastic courses from the Michelin-starred kitchen plus amuse bouche & petit fours, all served with wines from the cellar. Franz Keller who owns the hotel & restaurant also owns vines and is a renowned wine merchant in Germany, so the wines are excellent (one of his team will take you on a tour of the cellars he has carved out under the hills, storing thousands of bottles of wine, if you wish, and you can buy wines to take home).

Superb service in both the winebar and fine dining restaurants, and English spoken by the staff .

The breakfast, which was included in the package, was amazing - a huge buffet of cereals, fruits, cakes, tarts, pastries, cheeses, hams, salmon, herrings, with eggs cooked to order, juices, champagne etc.

The Black Forest is a lovely area and this hotel is only 30 mins drive from Colmar and the beauties of that town and surrounding villages on the French side of the river, so the Schwarzer Adler is a great base from which to explore both sides of the Rhine (and you get a better breakfast here than at most French hotels!).

We would highly recommend it to food & wine lovers.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank headfortheborder
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Reviewed August 8, 2009

We had a fabulous 2 day break here last week. Very quiet village in a pretty, unspoilt and beautiful area of south-west Germany close to Alsace and Switzerland. Our room was immaculate; simply but elegantly furnished, stunning bathroom with power shower and a nice touch of mineral water and fruit. The bedroom backed-on to the vinyards which are everywhere in this region, so we took the opportunity to walk through them on a warm and sunny day, it was so quiet and relaxing. The hotel is also home to one of Germany's top gastronomic enterprises; the owners the Keller family run one of the best wineries in the country and their restaurant holds a Michelin 1 star. Host Fritz is such an amiable chap, and is more than willing to take you on a tour through his underground cellars which are chiseled out of the rocks and run 2kms underground.
The restaurant itself takes you back to the good old days of good food, fine wine and impeccable service by staff dressed-up in elegant, stylish uniforms, although it has such a "homely" atmosphere that it is not at all stuffy like many fine dining establishments in this part of the world. We had lunch on the open terrace on day 1; simple sea-bass in white sauce and home made pasta with local mushrooms, followed by local raspberry and chocolate tart (the area is one of the warmest in Germany and fruit orchards are everywhere), the raspberries were the best we'd ever had. In the evening we dined in the main restaurant, both having the 5 course set menu for 68 Euros each---it was a gastronomic delight, beautifully cooked and presented with superb service from an army of waiters. The winelist is astonishing; 2200 wines from all over the world, but mainly from the Keller's winery and France, including 200 half bottles. Never in my life of traveling the world had I seen such variety in any hotel! We wanted to stick with the local theme, so we left the choice of wines up to the excellent sommelier Melanie. She chose 3 half bottles from their winery to match the first 4 courses, and then a superb sweet wine from another German region to finish the meal off. Total bill for the night came to 195 Euros, not cheap, but it was a special night for our 20th wedding anniversary!. My wife and I both agreed it was one of those nights that would remain in our minds (and stomachs) forever. We had a nice end to the evening when Mr. and Mrs. Keller invited us to join them for a glass of champagne, local of course, to end a beautiful evening---or was it an invitation to leave as by this time it was 1am!
This place is a real gem. The quality of the accomodation, the standard of food and wine, the service and hospitality plus the location are just ideal for a complete getaway from the pressures of daily life. WARNING: No dvd's, no hifi, no room service, no bed turndowns, no ashtrays for sale, no pool or gym---just relax, enjoy the walks, fresh air and let the time slip slowly by.....................

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled as a couple
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Address: Badbergstr. 23, 79235, Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
Location: Germany > Baden-Wurttemberg > Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 10 B&Bs / Inns in Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl
Price Range: $156 - $179 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Hotel Schwarzer Adler 4*
Number of rooms: 14
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