Looking for a place to stay in Geisenheim? Then look no further than Relais & Chateaux Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein, a luxury hotel that brings the best of Geisenheim to your doorstep.
The rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Relais & Chateaux Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, as a valued Relais & Chateaux Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein guest, you can enjoy breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
WAAS.sche-Fabrik (1.5 mi), located nearby, makes Relais & Chateaux Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Geisenheim landmark.
While in Geisenheim be sure to experience nearby Spanish restaurants such as La Bodega de Luisa.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular historic sites, such as Kloster Johannisberg and St. Johannes der Taufer.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Relais & Chateaux Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein as you experience everything Geisenheim has to offer.
Stunning place. Excellent staff, cuisine, location and hideaway. Highly recommended if you would like to visit the German Rheingau wine region. Close to the Rhein river overlooking a splendid panorama. Rooms fully equipped with all you need, quite and super interior. Hotel bar, parking in front of the building including E charger in case your needs electricity. Massive shout-out to the staff. We felt every second welcome. Really like a second home 👍👏👏👏
We had booked a room in the old part of this hotel which is charmingly situated amongst vineyards. DO NOT ACCEPT Room 6 unless you are happy to be kept awake by the kitchen staff until after 23.00 and woken up by noisy deliveries before 06.30. It is totally understandable that the kitchen staff need somewhere to chat and that deliveries need to be made but it is not acceptable to expect customers to pay a considerable amount to listen to the above. The downsides of this room should have been pointed out when the booking was made. On check out although our experience was told to the receptionist no adjustments were made to the room rate. Not good enough. Also it was pointed out to us when we checked in that we had not made a reservation for dinner and the restaurant was fully booked. Although that helpful receptionist managed to secure us a table, we felt that the necessity of booking a table for dinner should be made clear upon booking a room. Hot water slow to come through but good when it did, good bathroom- no bath- comfortable bed but plastic under sheet (again understandable) made the bed very hot; which did not aid the disturbed night.…
We have stayed here in normal and current times. The majority of rooms are in an annex opposite the castle just a few steps away. The rooms are modern and well equipped some with terrace seating. Some of the towels and linens have seen better days but expect they will soon be renewed. The grounds are well maintained and the views over the vineyards and Rhine valley are exceptional. Dinner in the castle dining room is excellent traditional food. Breakfast is served as the usual vast buffet is not available during the current regulations. The more modern restaurant changes name and hands in the kitchen from time to time . The service however is constant. Personally I presently prefer the current unstarred offering without some of overprocessing. The menu is well presented and there is even a currywurst available if that’s your hearts desire. The local wines are as good as Rhine Riesling gets and the estate overlooks Schloss Johannisberg The rooms whilst not ultra luxurious are excellent value by Relais and Chateau standards.…
We stayed shortly after this property reopened at the end of May and were hugely disappointed. Service, from prior telephone and e-mail communication, to on-site reception staff was not on par with a Relais & Châteaux property. Not very professional or helpful at all, close to zero information given, etc. As these were unusual times, we were able to look past this. However, the negatives just kept on piling up: In our (expensive) Riesling Suite we encountered: - a minibar snack menu but no snacks and no price list - a wine cabinet in to room but no pricing information - no in room dining menu - 1 complementary bottle of water (for 2 people for 2 nights!) - a radio that wasn't working The room wasn't serviced during our stay, which at the time was understandable. However, we felt like somebody 'half prepared' it before our arrival and never finished the job... Only after we called reception multiple times did we receive price lists and so on. Printing these in advance would have been simple enough for the hotel. The suite was not worth the high price tag in our opinion. The terrace is not private at all. The big positive was the comfortable bed, as well as the bathroom shower with integrated jets, mood lighting and music. The bathtub was also top notch. Dinner in the restaurant was very good, so was breakfast. No complaints here. On our second night we ordered room service as we wanted to make use of our spacious suite. This was probably one of the worst in-room dining experiences we ever had in a hotel... and bordering on inedible. No finesse, hardly any taste and the food looked like someone had thrown it on the plate. If you can ever be offended by food that is being served to you, this was the moment for us. Do go here for the restaurant and views over the vineyards. But stay somewhere else. Or at least not in the suites.…
Stayed for 2 nights in july 2020. Upgraded to a junior suite on check in. The room was absolutely perfect, with plenty of space, comfy bed, great bathroom and large and private balcony. Few covid-19 restrictions, but all handled really professional by the staff, so we felt comfortable and safe. Location is great with lots of winefields and vineyards arround. Food in restaurants really delicius! We will definitly be back in the near future!
We stayed over for one night here at the beginning of our road trip to Austria & beyond. The hotel is positioned in several buildings on a hillside overlooking the river Rhine and vineyards. We had a beautiful room with nice veranda equipped with table & chairs. Superbly fitted out, top quality linens. Bathroom top quality with Hermes toiletries. Fresh fruit in our room when we arrived. Very comfortable. Wished could have stayed longer, definitely one to return to.
great hotel in a amazing setting in the vineyards. Great staff and service with severl good restaurants as well. Very close to severla wineries with wine tatsing available. The restaurants have a beautiful view looking over the vineyards all the way down to the river. We sat on the outdoor deck and had a delightful evening meal.
We spent one night in this hotel being a member of relais et châteaux We were greeted by a rude unpleasant young lady Her arrogance was palpable She also was condescending This coloured the rest of our stay which was fortunately 24 hours only The surroundings were pretty The room was spacious modern and clean We ate dinner in their main restaurant Food was tasty and certainly the staff was more polite I am not certain if the non welcome attitude was racial ,although I am Caucasian . I would never return and wonder if relais and chateau should reconsider them as members This hotel gets a big ZERO. For hospitality
Main reason to stay here was to have a dinner at Nils Henkels Restaurant which is Part of the Hotel. But now we also a a new reason to come back. The first night we had dinner at the Burgrestaurant .... best Roulade ever ! Amazing wine recommendations and possibilities to buy the wine next day, we did this. Check in friendly and the room very good, clean, walk in shower and spacious. Great breakfast also best service even Shrimps and crayfish. Nice area with Johannisberg and other castles.
My wife and I relaxed for two days as we adjusted to the 8 hour time zone change. We visited some of the local sights and more of the local wineries. It was terrific. Just a short drive from Frankfurt Airport and a world away. The local wines were wonderful, at least the whites... The hotel staff were helpful and knowledgeable about local sites. We were unable to try the Michelin Starred restaurant but the “regular” restaurant was very good, as was breakfast each day. It was the perfect way to ease into the local time zone and the local vibe.