We visited the Faust Hotel on a trip to float the Comal river. The exterior of the hotel is very nice and clean. Inside the lobby is like walking back in time. The doors and accents are wood and glass. This hotel still has brass keys. We reserved a queen room and once inside the bed took up most of the area. Very little space to anything but sleep. The room only has a window unit a/c and in the Texas heat does not cool very well. The bathroom was small and when i was in the shower the next door room flushed the commode and the water became unbearable hot. Overall the room was clean. The room served its purpose , a place to sleep, but I could stand to have a little more room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Since coming under new ownership in July 2009, there has been a great deal of effort put towards restoring The Faust Hotel & Brewing Company to its original luxury and grandeur. The project has been extensive and is still in progress, but many changes and upgrades can be found throughout the entire property. Our newly redesigned guest suites feature 1920's Art Deco design while incorporating modern amenities including:Wireless Internet, Flat Screen Televisions, Refrigerators, Microwaves, Keurig Coffee Makers, Brita Pitchers. In addition to our guest suites, we have a variety of accommodations to suit your needs including rooms with 1 or 2 double beds, queen and king size beds. The brew pub has something to please everyone in your party: Flat screen TVs, darts, live music, trivia and the comforting surroundings of a classic brauhaus. The Faust Brewing Company now features an array of house brews, including Faust Golden Ale, Altered States German Altbier and Mike Crowe IPA, as well as a variety of seasonal favorites. Leading the production is Ray Mitteldorf, a professional brew master with 17 years experience. For a complete experience, the pub has recently launched its new tapas-style menu, created by Chef Chris Kilisz. His exclusive menu features items specifically designed for sharing and pairing with the pub’s own microbrews: their signature dish, the Faust Wellington, Mini Dogs topped with sauerkraut, sautéed bell peppers and onions and spicy mustard, and German Nachos, to name a few. Just as the pub isn’t limited to beer (there’s liquor and wine, too), the menu isn’t limited to German-inspired options: it boasts a broad spectrum of international cuisine with dishes such as the Croque Monsieur, Souvlaki Skewers, Proscuitto Caprese Bruschetta, and Cochanitas. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Faust Hotel New Braunfels
- Faust New Braunfels
- The Faust Hotel New Braunfels, Texas