Wiebaden's Nassauer Hof, opened in 1813, 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 1813, 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 Artemis Beauty Spa. 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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