The hotel is really central and close to everything that the city has to offer. It is a rather small and warming place.
The room was pretty big and comfortable. The breakfast was also really good.
- Free Wifi
I had a great experience with this hotel. My single room was small, but it had plenty of space to move, and it was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was fine and the shower worked well. The toiletries were excellent. In addition to the rooms, there were two outstanding features of this hotel: its aesthetic appeal, and its food. The hotel is just charming! It is housed in a centuries-old building, and there is a quaint courtyard in which one might sit and enjoy the evening or even browse the free wi-fi. But there is also a fine restaurant attached, where the food is delicious, and the company is good. The breakfast is outstanding: there is a wide variety of meats, cheeses, cereals, fruits, cakes, and juices. The mother and daughter who run the hotel -- in addition to the rest of the staff -- are friendly and personable, and they will give you helpful advice during your stay in Eisenach. Though this hotel is about a mile away from the train station, I highly recommend it for your stay in Eisenach!
I stayed one night at the Schlosshotel as part of a whirlwind business trip through Germany in July 2005.
The hotel is situated in a quiet, charming, small European town with cobblestone roads. The bilingual staff was very courteous in getting us to our rooms--a welcome rest after a day on the autobahn. My room was typical for a European room in this price range--comfy bed, private bath with shower, and a nice breeze and view of the patio.
The high point of my stay here was dinner on the outdoor patio. The elevated stone patio overlooks the unhurried town, and the food was quite good. though I have favorite German foods, we tried some of the local specialties, including one called "Luthertopf", which I enjoyed with a hearty German beer. There is full bar service on the patio. This hotel manages to offer full service in a homey way, without the cheeseball feel of chain hotels. Breakfast is typical German-- buffet with cereals, juices, excellent coffee, fresh rolls, hard boiled eggs, etc. The accomodations are sized to the hotel's small capacity, so the breakfast room feels more like a living room than an auditorium. I enjoyed my stay and look forward to my next visit.