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Reviewed December 14, 2016

Was here for a quick dinner. Service was efficient, prompt and bi-lingual. The food was excellent, with appropriate portion sizes, parking was right outside. I would go back and recommend it to others.

Date of stay: March 2016
1  Thank goodinfo
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Reviewed March 20, 2016

I rented the apartment, which is located on the ground floor, with a separate entrance to the main accommodation. My overall advice is don't stay here without a car. It is not convenient in location to either the town of landstuhl or the main entrance to the Hospital ....it is opposite gate 2, but if you have visitor credentials, it is at least a 30 minute walk to the gate you have to go to. It is also at the top of a steep hill outside Landstuhl, and there is very little by way of normal facilities (groceries, pharmacy, pubs etc at the top). It's a 10 Euro taxi ride up from the train station, or any tie you want to get into town, unless you take the bus. There is a bustop right outside the Pfaelzer Stuben, but you have to plan carefully as the buses run only once or twice an hour.

The apartment itself is basically but adequately equipped, tile flooring. The apartment lacks privacy unless you drop the shutters (which are cord operated). There is basic kitchen equipment, but no dishwasher, and no kettle (I was boiling water in a saucepan).

The apartment sits quite close to the main road, and traffice noise is a bit of a problem.

If you are working at the hospital or the base, and don't care much to be in town, this location is OK. If you are interested to be in the town, it's probably not for you. I did not dine in the Pfaelzer Stuben, prefering to cook for myself.

Date of stay: March 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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2  Thank Jillann F
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Reviewed January 31, 2016

All rooms are on the 2nd floor (no elevator), down a hallway; the breakfast area is located within the owner's apartment (knock first). The room is basic: a TV and remote, no alarm clock or telephone, a standing shower but no tub, shampoo but no conditioner or soap, two towels (for sink and shower), thin curtains, thin walls, thin door, metal keys to hotel and room, your own wall heaters, windows too high to see out of, two drinking glasses, and one bottle of water upon initial arrival. Hotel has WiFi, but cannot handle streaming video (no Skype or FaceTime).

Breakfast is good - ask for what you want and they may have the ingredients to make it. (I recommend their french toast and egg omelets.) Breakfast also came with coffee, milk, sugar, orange juice, yogurt, a plate of cold cuts and cheeses, and three fresh rolls or croissants.

They take the VAT form, though has recently received a letter indicating that the purchase date on the VAT needs to be within 2 weeks of your arrival at the hotel.

Date of stay: January 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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2  Thank Donna R
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Halifax024, Manager at Pfaelzer Stuben, responded to this reviewResponded February 8, 2016

We think this comment needs some remarks. On the 1st floor there is the hallway but also a restaurant. On the list of amenities there are some items missing : hair dryer, refrigerator, Iron with ironboard, alarm clock or cell phone are provided upon request,also a wake up call is possible, bathing tubs are no standard in Europe except in 4* up hotels. The shampoo is a combination of ingredients as indicated on the label.
Two towels ,daily changed, are hotel standard. The curtains are designed to leave sun light in, for the night or darkness all windows are equipped with revolving-shutters that leaves the decision, how dark they like it, to the preverence of the customers. what else should the keys be made of? The wall heaters have thermostats attached so that the customers can decide what temperature they like. Providing champagne upon arrival is ,sorry, out of our limits. Weak WIFI can not be influenced by us.In our remote region that is all we can get.
We also are very concerned that our house is quiet and familiar and a certain standard of behavior is kept in.
In summary we still beleave in our motto " A guest comes-a friend leaves"

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Reviewed January 19, 2016 via mobile

I actually haven't eaten at the Pfälzer Stuben since I left Germany in 2009, but it still deserves a review. Like any other traditional German Gasthaus, the Pfälzer Stuben is a true "mom & pop" restaurant. We went there often enough that the owners, Gaby & Gerhard got to know us. Gaby does all the cooking (or at least she did when we were there)... just good, home style German food. She would always come out of the kitchen to greet us with a huge smile and a warm hug, while Gerhard would poured the beer that I didn't have to order. If you ever find yourself in Landstuhl, Germany, this little gem is worth a visit.

Date of stay: January 2016
Trip type: Traveled with family
3  Thank Bob E
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Reviewed September 12, 2015

Small, charming hotel. Clean rooms, comfortable beds, quiet, lovely and convenient location- across road from LANDSTUHL American hospital. Good Italian restaurant on ground floor. The hosts, Gabi and Gerhard Mueller are so welcoming. Gabi makes the best breakfasts-I'm talking pancakes, french toast, egg omelots.....Gerhard knows a lot of history about the area. We stayed for 8 days- would highly recommend this hotel.

Date of stay: September 2015
1  Thank MicheleMTomM
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