We stayed in this hotel en route from Poland to Belgium. Very nice reception area, some very pleasing features in this hotel. Unfortunately our stay was fairly short, checked in 6 pm and out at 9 am the following day so as unable to use the hotels facilities. But impressed enough to return for a longer stay on our next trip.
The room was on the small side, but it was clean and the bed was comfortable. At check-in you can choose to have breakfast in the morning in the restaurant off the lobby. There was an extra charge for it payable at check-out. If you opt for it, you will be given a green token for each day, which is collected in the morning in the restaurant by one of the women serving coffee. There is a good variety of offerings at the breakfast buffet.
Hotel was agreeable, service was not. There was no one at the reception desk when I called about 9pm from my room. I tried 5 minutes later, no response. This is not what I call friendly, responsive staff.
Spacious room with all the amenities. Lot's of great restaurants nearby. Just a couple of blocks from Goethe and Schiller's homes and a few more blocks to Liszt's apartment. Wonderful dinner at the partner restauran,t the Swan right next to Goethe's house.
In the northern Thuringian Forest, the cultural city of Weimar was home to Goethe, Schiller and Bach, among many others. It houses 22 UNESCO-listed buildings including the city church, Residential Palace, Widow's Palace and the former residences of Goethe and Schiller, both museums. There are numerous palaces, homes and parks to visit, including the famous Park an der Ilm. Buchenwald concentration camp is 10 kilometres away.