Hotel Rose

On a bed of roses ...

After a magical day, you can relax and spend a quiet night with us. We are close to the centre, but far enough away from the hustle and bustle. All of the important sights, restaurants and cafés are within walking distance. Whether staying for one night or longer, you will feel comfortable in our spacious rooms and suites. We are ideally located for you to head off and explore Rüdesheim and its surroundings.

We love what we do!

Family business for over 45 years – years of dedication have gone into it! It has now been lovingly managed by the family for two to three generations, and we have constantly striven to make it even more special for our guests. We attach great importance to taking care of our guests personally and providing them with individual service. Ellen & Maike will give you a warm welcome and be there to assist and advise you on what to do in our beautiful region. Enjoy the family-like atmosphere in our hotel.
We look forward to your visit!

From Riesling to Rose

The roots of our hotel business can be traced back to the Veith Winery which has existed since the 17th century. Josef (Seppel) Bertram loved both the local Rheingau cuisine and wine growing. So he chose to become a chef. After his apprenticeship, he acquired experience cooking in various restaurants in Germany and Switzerland before meeting Liesel. Together, they leased Gasthaus Rheingold in 1966, a restaurant with a boarding house in Rüdesheim, at that time still located in Oberstraße. In 1973 Seppel and Liesel finally fulfilled their dream of opening their own small hotel. They bought a house in Wilhelmstraße and converted it to their linking to create Hotel Rose.


ErlebnisReich - You will experience something here!

QuerfeldHeim houses 10 newly designed holiday apartments in a central location, making it a perfect holiday home. With the demand for apartments in the old town growing steadily, we purchased an old building and started the QuerfeldHeim project in 2012. We started by completely renovating the house at Christophelstraße 1 and then tested the three very tastefully decorated apartments on the Rüdesheim tourism market. Their success proved us right. In 2015, a new building was then constructed at Oberstraße 32 housing four apartments with wonderful inner courtyard terraces and the unique flair of the old town. In 2017, two more apartments were created in the neighbouring house at Oberstrasse 34 and one apartment at Oberstrasse 52. Get in touch with us: We definitely have the right holiday home for you!

The Climentis

Astrid and Kai Climenti are "genuine" Rüdesheimers and very strongly rooted in the region. They are the third generation running the family business.
Astrid, mother to Kai, has been running the business with a large dose of innovation and even more passion for 30 years.

Kai joined the family business 10 years ago. Before doing so, he trained as a winegrower and worked as a freelancer running an event location, gathering experience which has been useful for setting up the QuerfeldWein and QuerfeldHeim businesses. As your local contact, he is delighted to represent the GUDE virtues of the region.

Simone Schuld started as assistant to the management. Guests at QuerfeldHeim will be looked after by a competent contact person on site.

Former prison from 1806 - 1904

The building in Oberstr. 30 was a prison that housed tax evaders from 1806 to 1912. When the cable car opened in 1954, it became a prime location in the heart of the old town. Back then, the "Zur Talstation" restaurant originally opened there.

At the beginning of 1997, the restaurant was given a facelift and renamed "Bollesje" (word for prison in Hessian dialect). The "QuerfeldWein” Vinothek, a wine boutique, was added in 2009. It is located in the former stable in the building’s inner courtyard.

After the building at Oberstr. 32 was demolished, a completely new building – "Erlebnis-Reich” – housing three shops and four holiday apartments, named "QuerfeldHeim", was constructed.

Hajo's Germania Lodge

Easygoing accommodation at the lodge

We have been providing lodging to guests for generations, but time has not stood still. Our 12 guest rooms are creatively decorated, with plenty of young flair, and are individually furnished (three-star accommodation). You can enjoy a wonderful view of the Rhine from some of the rooms and from the pub. A delicious breakfast buffet, probably the largest "mini" bar in Rüdesheim, a free coffee and tea bar and free WiFi ensure that your stay will be even more enjoyable.

We offer you a package that combines partying and lodging because, after a lively evening in our Irish pub, you only have to climb the stairs to get to your rooms. And if has been a late night, check out isn't until 12:30.

From Aunt Marie to her grandchild Hajo

Hajo’s grandmother, "Aunt Marie", already built up a reputation for her events in Rüdesheim. The very first Schlachtfest, a feast for meat lovers, and carnival event were her ideas. Germania has always been shaped by its people. Hajo's parents, Hans and Betty, lived and breathed the credo “hotel with a heart" and, as a result, their guests returned many times over. With the lodge now managed by Hayo, guests still feel and experience personal contact and family tradition in every corner of the lodge. His sister has created an account of the family history in words and pictures, which is featured both in the drinks menu and the A-Z folder. Many of the guests admire the old pictures.

Bound by tradition

Germania has been family-owned since 1751 and has a chequered history going back many years. In 1882 it was completely destroyed by the great fire in the old town and rebuilt in 1883 for the inauguration of the "Germania" Niederwald monument – hence its name. Bakery, brewery, confectionery, restaurant, guest house – all have been located within these walls. But no matter what, Germania has always been a place where guests from all over the world feel at home and choose to linger. Whether in the Irish pub or the bedrooms, you feel the personal touch of the old family business everywhere.

Since Hajo took over the business from his parents in 1983, he has continued to run it as a unique mix of tradition and modern events in Rüdesheim.

Hotel Lindenwirt

You made your bed, now sleep in it!

We lovingly provide you with accommodation and look after you. You will find everything you need for a good night and a great holiday in our rooms. And this quality has been officially awarded "3 stars".

We do what we can to give our guests the moon and the stars – day and night. And if you're into lullabies, no problem – our musicians will be happy to play one for you. Sleep well ...

WE wish you a warm welcome!

We are family! The Lindenwirt is a family matter. The Ohlig family has been running the inn for generations. Franziska Ohlig and Thomas Dichtl, the latest generation, have now taken over. Old and young work hand in hand – no matter whether at the front desk or behind the scenes. The focus is always on ensuring that our guests feel comfortable. They are cared for by a large family and a team that feels close to the owners. You can feel it, because family matters are very important to us all ...

Destroyed by bombs – rebuilt with wine

The "Lindenwirt" opened in 1927. It was the second wine tavern to open in Drosselgasse after the "Drosselhof". The boom in Drosselgasse was originally due to the construction of the Niederwald monument. However, it slowed down considerably during and after the First World War. In the 1920s, an increasing number of guests started returning to Drosselgasse, and more and more innkeepers wanted a piece of the cake. At Whitsun 1949, the hotel and wine tavern "Lindenwirt" reopened, and it is still managed by the Ohlig family, who have now been running it for three generations.

Breuer's Rüdesheimer Schloss | Hotel

Walk through the door & forget your everyday life 

Herzlich willkommen in unserem Vier-Sterne-Weinhotel im ehemaligen Zehnthof von 1729. Die 26 Hotelzimmer sind individuell, modern und mit viel Liebe eingerichtet. Besonders schön sind die Ausblicke aus den großen Zimmern & geräumigen Bädern auf Weinberge & Altstadt. Sie frühstücken je nach Sonnenschein im Wintergarten oder im Schlossgarten. Stärken Sie sich für den Tag am Rheingauer Frühstücksbuffet. Hier können Sie die Region schmecken. Als Gastgeber aus Leidenschaft sind wir & das Schloss-Team für Sie da & verraten unsere Lieblingsplätze zwischen Rhein & Reben.

Welcome to our four-star wine hotel located in the Zehnthof, the manor where tithes were formerly received, built in 1729. The 26 hotel rooms are individual, modern and lovingly decorated. The views of the vineyards & old town from the large rooms & spacious bathrooms are particularly beautiful. Depending on the weather, you can have your breakfast in the conservatory or in the castle garden. Fortify yourself for the day with our Rheingau breakfast buffet. Enjoy the flavours of the region. As passionate host, we & the castle team are here for you & are happy to recommend our favourite spots along the Rhine & in the vineyards to you.

Family Breuer & the cheerful castle team

The Rüdesheimer Schloss has been a family business for three generations. Founded by Georg Breuer at the beginning of the 1950s, Susanne & Heinrich Breuer made the wine hotel and wine restaurant what it is today. A pearl in the middle of Drosselgasse! With much time, vision and – above all – love, they turned the former wine tavern into their very personal castle. Their daughter Maresa, who took over the business in 2015, grew up right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Drosselgasse. The castle’s staff is part of the family and has been working here for many years. The guests are always the centre of attention for all of us.

290 years’ old & still young

The Rüdesheimer Schloss has a history rich in tradition & has experienced many exciting stories! From the very beginning, it was a place steeped in history right in the heart of Rüdesheim's old town. Built in 1729 by the Archbishop of Mainz as a manor where tithes were received, the property changed hands to the King of Prussia & later to the Duke of Nassau. Almost completely destroyed in World War II, it was rebuilt in 1952 as a wine tavern by Georg Breuer & has thus always been right in the middle of the lively hustle and bustle in Drosselgasse. In 1993 it was converted into a wine hotel, a milestone in the history of the castle. Today, as in the past, it is the experiences & encounters with our guests that make the Rüdesheimer Schloss Hoel very special.

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