The Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein is enveloped by panoramic views of the Rhine Valley's rolling vineyards. Inside this heritage-protected building, guests will find beautiful rooms and exquisite cuisine.

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Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein is a short drive away from Frankfurt, and the pace here is far more relaxed than the city. The 51 rooms and suites strike a balance between traditional and modern and are spread out between the historic castle, the modern Park Residence, and the Guesthouse. Each room has varying furnishings and interiors, but all are a comfy place to rest your head at the end of the day.

The majority of the rooms are located in the Park Residence, an elegant space with dark wood and an airy color palette. Freshen up in the rain shower and warm your feet on the heated bathroom floor.

Six romantic double rooms are set within the historic castle walls, suited for guests wanting peace and quiet. The castle was built in 1873 and it was lovingly restored alongside the German Ancient Monuments Protection Agency. The Tower Room’s original stone wall is a reminder that you are staying in a storied place.

Secluded in the woods around the Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein estate, you will find the charming Guest House. This private abode features two double and two single rooms in a color scheme of soft green and yellow.

A quiet stroll through the park leads you to the two restaurants. Casual dining with a view of the vineyards is enjoyed in the Grill & Wine Bar. The ambiance of the Castle Restaurant is romantic. Most of the ingredients used on the menu (and the delicious Rieslings) come from regional producers and are cultivated on lands around the Rhine. The swanky, darkened interior of the Restaurant Schwarzenstein is surrounded by large glass windows, and its menu showcases vegetables and wild herbs from around the region.
Wind past half-timbered houses and wineries on your way to the Hotel Burg Schwarzenstein. Just down the road, wander around the ruins of Ehrenfels Castle, dating back to 1220 and nestled into the vineyards atop a hill. There are many lookout spots to take in the colors of the changing seasons and the idyllic Rhine Valley countryside.
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