Wiebaden's Nassauer Hof, opened in 1819, is a favorite perch from which to embark on tours of the scenic Rhine Valley.
Located west of Frankfurt, close to Germany's scenic Rhine River valley, Wiesbaden is famous for its natural thermal springs, which drew such historic visitors as Goethe, Wagner and Brahms to this destination. For today's travelers, the centrally located Nassauer Hof hotel, opened in 1819, is a favorite perch from which to embark on regional wine tours or to take advantage of its own health-focused amenities. There's an indoor swimming pool filled with thermal water drawn from the property’s own spring, and the Estée Lauder Beauty Center is currently the only hotel spa to feature the renowned beauty brand. At the end of a sightseeing or spa-heavy day, intimate Ente restaurant serves classic European cuisine, plus a wine list that features many vintages from this region.
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