This is a popular hotel and beer garden. Travelers of all kinds, large and small groups of people, families, even a wedding party, filled the bars and restaurant. We stayed here over a weekend and it was busy the entire time. It is located in a part of Trier that is a lengthy 50-60 min walk from main downtown shops/vendors. However, there is a lot of history along the way. Don’t miss the old Roman ruins!!
The hotel has its own brewery, two styles of restaurants and several full size bars. Food in the restaurant, service and the hotel’s brew are all excellent. The breakfast buffet is very complete with a variety of breakfast foods, both hot and cold. The staff was accommodating, efficient and pleasant. I would guess, based on our recent experience, that the beer garden is most likely a very busy place during the summer months. Because it is a popular location you should make reservations well in advance for your stay at this hotel. This includes dinner reservations, because the restaurants fill up fast.
But this popularity creates a downside. The hotel grounds can be noisy. There was a number of commotions, well into late night or early morning hours, not only from the people staying at the busy hotel but from the hotel staff itself who celebrated and partied each night after their working hours. Because the hotel does not have any air conditioning it was necessary to keep the windows open for some cool night air and subsequently drunken noise from the parking lot and employee lounge prevented us from getting a good nights rest.
The rooms are efficient enough, included a locking safe, but our small bathroom was more outdated than I would have expected from a seemingly sophisticated hotel. The shower had floor level outward swinging doors making it difficult to enter in the small confines of the bathroom. The hotel does have an elevator and a hotel computer (German keyboard) is available. Wifi is also available, but it has very limited accessibility. The parking spaces surround nearly the entire hotel but they are very small and narrow.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surrounded by picturesque vineyards, the Hotel Blesius Garten offers you comfort in a nature setting, yet close to Trier’s center.The superb combination of hotel with spa facilities and swimming pool, exceptional a la carte restaurant, microbrewery and tap room, and large beer garden offers just the right setting for every taste.Enjoy the country style of our hotel and visit Trier, the oldest town in Germany, the vineyards at the Moselle, Saar and Ruwer or the landscape of Eifel and Hunsruck. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Blesius Garten Trier