Our hotel is the ideal starting point for many activities. Go on a shopping spree in the city of Koblenz. The pedestrian zone is a stone’s throw away from us. Or experience the world cultural heritage “Upper Middle Rhine Valley” once from the ship. The landing stages of the major shipping companies are right on our doorstep. You can easily reach the Electoral Palace, with its beautiful palace park and the Lenne’chen Gardens, by taking a stroll along the magnificent Rhine promenade.
Events in Koblenz and the surrounding area
Those interested in culture will also get their money’s worth in Koblenz. You will find a number of interesting museums and the Koblenz theater. From April to September, many markets, the well-known summer festival and the legendary Kultursommer await your visit.
In addition, there is the possibility of daily city tours on foot, with different themes, or city tours with the “Schängel-Express”…
These Koblenz highlights you should not miss
Shopping in Koblenz
Discover the shopping world of Koblenz. Two large shopping malls, the Löhr-Center and the Forum Mittelrhein and the many small boutiques in the old town of Koblenz invite you to store.
Mittelrhein-Museum at Forum Confluentes
One of the oldest public collections in Germany. It combines over 2000 years of art and cultural historyFoto: Georgie Zampatis/RPT
Cable car to fortress Ehrenbreitstein
Built on the occasion of the BUGA 2011 and loved by the people of Koblenz. Finally, the trip to the fortress park is always an experience.Tickets are available at our reception.Foto: Dominik Ketz/Koblenz-Touristik
Fortress Park Viewing Platform
From there you have an indescribable view over Koblenz with the Rhine and the Moselle far into the Eifel and the Hunsrück. You can reach the fortress park by cable car.
A delicious ice cream or maybe an espresso. Do not forget to visit the Jesuit Church. The entrance is not immediately recognizableFoto: Dominik Ketz/Koblenz-Touristik
Empress Augusta plants
They are part of the Koblenz Rhine promenade and are among the most beautiful betweenBasel and Rotterdam. From there you also have a beautiful view of the Pfaffendorf district, which the people of Koblenz also like to call "Rhenish Nice"Foto: Johannnes Bruchhof/RPT
Last residence of Elector Clemens Wenzeslaus. The Lenne Palace Gardens are particularly worth seeing.
The German Corner with the Kaiser Wilhelm Monument is the landmark of Koblenz
The visit is worthwhile. Be sure to also visit the "Blumenhof" behind it.