Extensive breakfast

THE BEST MEAL OF THE DAY

A good start

TO THE DAY

A cup of tea or freshly brewed coffee together with crispy rolls, scrambled egg prepared à la minute, various juices and fresh fruits let you have a positive start into the day.

Our breakfast room is elegant and comfortably furnished so that you can enjoy the first meal of the day in a pleasant atmosphere.

Almost all of our ingredients come from the local district.

Our fireplace room

FOR RELAXING

In winter, when the fire

CRACKLES IN THE FIREPLACE

… that’s the moment to calm down and relax in our cozy fireplace room.

As a bonus, all hotel guests can use a common room on the second floor, which is freely available for various purposes.

Here you find a small media library, a personal computer with internet access, an ice cream machine and a microwave. The usage of all this is free of charge.

Impressions

BREAKFAST ROOM & FIREPLACE ROOM

Put together exclusively for you

A FEW EXCURSION DESTINATIONS IN THE SURROUNDING AREA

In the direct

VICINITY

Ramstein:

Ramstein abuts directly on the nature parks of the Palatinate Forest. Attractive hiking trails and cycle tracks are signposted. Tennis courts, a tennis hall, equestrian facility, indoor shooting ranges, bowling alleys and boule areas ca be found in the surroundings. As a cultural and entertainment facility in the city center the Haus des Bürgers offers guest performances such as classical arrangements, musicals, comedians, operas und much more. What’s more, there is an Oktoberfest every year and “CityRock” in June. The facilities are also perfect for conferences or private celebrations.

Landstuhl:

The last great knight Franz von Sickingen lived at Nanstein Castle (castle games in summer!). Visit the Andreas Church, where he was buried and the museum in the “Zehnten-Scheune”. Also interesting are the half-timbered houses and special villas with castle characteristics in the old town.

Kaiserslautern:

The city of emperor Barbarossa, often called “K-Town”, is not only known for its soccer team (Betze) but also offers some other nice destinations: guided tours through ruins and escape passages, the art museum Pfalzgalerie, the Theodor-Zink-Museum in the old town, the Gartenschau, a wonderful Japanese Garden and the late Gothic church Stiftskirche.

Barbarossa Golf Club:

Greenfee special: If you, as a Ramsteiner Hof guest, would like to play a round of golf we can reserve tee times with a special discount for you.

Freizeitbad Azur:

Leisure pool for relaxing and recreation, within walking distance.

CUBO – sauna and more:

In the neighbour town Landstuhl you can find a wellness oasis, that leaves nothing to be desired. New: large panorama sauna. Right next to is: natural adventure pool.

Forest climbing and hiking:

Adventure activities for young and old: Have fun, spend time in nature and achieve goals in the climbing parks in Schwedelbach or Mehlingen. What’s more, Mehlingen offers one of the largest heathlands in Southern Germany for extensive hiking tours.

Further away

BUT YET CLOSE

Grünstadt:

Here, the old Romains brought the grapevines to Germany and cultivated their fruits to wine. Visit the old vineyards and the traditional “Straußwirtschaften” in the old part of the town: Asselheim and Sausenheim. There is a well-known wine festival on the 4th weekend in July. The “Asselheimer Wine-Days” are on the 3rd weekend in August. The “Sausenheimer Weinkerwe” ( a fun fair) is on the 3rd weekend in September.

Neustadt an der Weinstraße:

This is the biggest wine-growing community in Germany. Visit the famous castle “Hambacher Schloss” with its extensive terrace and the exhibition about the liberation movement in 1832. Ideal starting point for hiking and biking tours. The wine harvest festival “Deutsches Weinlesefest” is in Oktober.

Bad Dürkheim:

The biggest wine festival in the world is here: The “Wurstmarkt” takes place on the 2nd and 3rd weekend in September. Other sights are the indoor leisure pool “Salinarium”,  the “Hardenburg” castle and the ruins of monastry “Limburg”.

Dahner Felsenland:

Hiking through the  bizzare sandstone stacks of the ”Dahner Felsenland” and the huge forests of the national park “Pfälzer Wald”, along steep rock formations and little lakes: natural monument “Jungfernsprung”, viewpoint “Jüngstbergkanzel”, castle ruin “Drachenfels”, geological nature trail “Fladenstein” and castle ”Berwartstein”.

Pirmasens:

The Palatinate word for shoemaker ist “Schlabbeflicker” and for this reason Pirmasens is also called “Schlabbeflickerstadt”(city of the shoemakers).
Here you will find some of the best known shoe manufacturers. A famous shoe fair takes place here twice every year. Furthermore, the hands-on museum Dynamikum is always worth a visit for kids as well as adults.

Other interesting destinations:

  • Kusel: The music museum in castle “Lichtenberg” plays the music of the Palatinate musicians and shows their uniforms and intruments. In the new “Geoscope” right next door, you can see the prehistory of the region “Pfälzer Bergland”  from 290 million years ago.
  • Mettlach: the world of ceramics at Villeroy & Boch’s
  • Potzberg: wildlife park with fascinating falcon show
  • Trier: the oldest town of Germany
  • Zweibrücken: shopping in the Fashion Outlet