Hotel Burg Wernberg
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Hotel Burg Wernberg  
Hotel in Wernberg-Koblitz  
Excellent 9.3
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The former fortress stood in 13th century. Hotel Burg Wernberg rises above the beautiful town of Wernberg-Köblitz and was converted into a hotel back in 1953. Guests have been able to enjoy the Gothic charm of the building along with the more contemporary appeal of the cuisine, much of which is reliant on regional produce. Rooms are elegantly furnished with age-old artistry with modern comforts.
 
Schlosshotel Kronberg - Hotel Frankfurt
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Schlosshotel Kronberg - Hotel Frankfurt  
Hotel in Kronberg  
Excellent 9.1
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Designed by a royal architect to Frederich III and Kaiser Wilhelm II, Ernest von Ihne designed many royal residences for German and Austrian nobilites. This hotel is one of his crowning achievements. It was built around 1890, in honour of Emperor Frederich III and the dowager Empress Victoria of Germany. Right by the Grotto of the Empress is an idyllic location for events under the sun. The banquet hall is favourite among guests for weddings and big events.
 
Hotel Schloss Ranzow
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Hotel Schloss Ranzow  
Hotel in Lohme  
Excellent 9
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This former castle hotel stands high on the Isle of Rugen, from where guests can enjoy panoramic views of the Baltic Sea and the cliffs of Cape Arkona. There are paths around the castle that will lead you to the edge of the National Park Jasmund and its iconic stark-white cliffs. The building is part of the UNESCO World Heritage, indicating its historic importance. If you want to relax you can stroll around the forest or lounge on the saunas.
 
Hotel Schloss Waldeck
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Hotel Schloss Waldeck  
Hotel in Waldeck  
Excellent 8.9
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The castle on top of a hill. The hotel is nestled on the foundations of an 11th-century fortified castle standing above the town of Waldeck and Lake Edersee. In 1734, it was used as a state penitentiary and a state archive. The hotel is open all year round, each season providing guests with distinctive atmosphere. Go back in time with the in-house Museum at Waldeck Castle and discover the castle's gloomy past.
 
Burg Colmberg Hotel
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Burg Colmberg Hotel  
Hotel in Colmberg  
Excellent 9
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This property was first mentioned in 13th century. It was bought in 1318 by Burgrave Friedrich IV of Nuremberg. In 1806, it became the revenue office for the Kingdom of Bavaria. It was turned into a hotel in 1964 when the Unbehauen family of Colmberg bought it. Celebrate the New Year's Eve or see the Knight's Banquet celebration on the Knight's Hall. Try out the fine brews and dishes of the olden days as you watch the jester.
 
Romantik Hotel Schloss Gaussig
Romantik Hotel Schloss Gaussig  
Hotel in GauSsig  
Excellent 8.9
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The manor house was first mentioned in 1245. The whole property was finally constructed in 1700s when Major General and Colonel Rudolph von Neitschütz received Gaussig as a fief in 1696. The hotel occupies the biggest and one of the most stunning castles in Upper Lusatia. The hotel is committed to providing a calm, countryside life from a bygone era. The property boasts 90 acres of parkland for you to stroll around in a warm afternoon.
 
Vienna House Easy Castrop-Rauxel
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Vienna House Easy Castrop-Rauxel  
Hotel in Castrop-Rauxel  
Excellent 8.8
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Vienna House Easy is set on a 15th-century castle, surrounded by picturesque rose gardens and historical structures. As the town developed throughout the years as a prominent mining town, more and more people and travellers demanded residence, resulting in the castle being turned into a hotel. The Knight's Hall is a popular meeting place to host events with an extra flair. Celebrate your special day in the fireside room with regional cuisine and fine wine.
 
Hotel und Restaurant Burg Schnellenberg
Hotel und Restaurant Burg Schnellenberg  
Hotel in Attendorn  
Excellent 8.8
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With its high walls and towers, the castle has been standing since the 16th century. On its gate, Caspar von Fürstenberg had inscribed the words: "Foris non maneat peregrinus / ostium meum pateat viatori" which means "Do not stay outside stranger, open my door to the traveller". The castle was renovated around 1920s and by 1950s, the gardens and knight's hall opened. Feeling active? Hike the "Two Castle Trail" and discover caves, beaches and mystical castle ruins.
 
Hotel Schloss Edesheim
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Hotel Schloss Edesheim  
Hotel in Edesheim  
Good 7.9
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This castle dates back to 756 as mentioned in the records of Benedictine Abbey in Weissenburg. With its expansive life, it has been destroyed by invasions, rebuilt, plundered in wars and rebuilt again. It was recorded as a moated castle in the 15th century with its water system dating back to 12th century. The only way to get into the castle in the Middle Ages was through a drawbridge. It wasn't until 19th century when the stone bridge was built.
 
Romantik Schloßhotel Kurfürstliches Amtshaus Dauner Burg
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Romantik Schloßhotel Kurfürstliches Amtshaus Dauner Burg  
Hotel in Daun  
Excellent 8.8
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The hotel is situated on the site of an old castle belonging to the Earl of Daun. It stands high above the hill, giving it a great vantage point of the city. Guests can find hiking trails around the area or stroll around the famed wine areas in Moselle and Ahr. After a tiring hike, pamper your taste buds on the restaurant "Graf-Leopold" with French-inspired cuisine as you sip the local wines. You can also relax on the sauna, dip on the swimming pool or lay down on the solarium.
 
Schlosshotel Wendorf
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Schlosshotel Wendorf  
Hotel in Wendorf  
Excellent 8.9
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The hotel is built upon the ancient foundations of a castle from 1890s. It was extensively renovated to provide for an extravagant stay for its visitors. To provide guests with a classic and relaxing atmosphere, a cigar lounge, a library and orangeries are provided. You can also relax on the spa or pamper your taste buds at the "Cheval Blanc" as you enjoy the vintage atmosphere. Feeling active? There's a nearby golf course for you to practice your swings.
 
Romantik Parkhotel Wasserburg Anholt
Romantik Parkhotel Wasserburg Anholt  
Hotel in Isselburg  
Excellent 9.1
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This hotel was opened in 1968 and was renovated in 2008. It is surrounded by a moat and an expansive park. In late 20th century, the castle passed through different owners. The castle has its own museum, Museum Anholt, brimming with antiquities and arts from the Renaissance to the 18th century. Thanks to the castle's intricate and intimate design, this is a popular destination to tie the knot.
 
Hotel Schloss Hertefeld
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Hotel Schloss Hertefeld  
Hotel in Weeze  
Excellent 9.2
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A historically important 14th century manor, situated on the banks of the River Niers; for seven hundred years it has been owned by the Princes of Eulenburg and Hertefeld family. In 1700, it was transformed into a moated castle for optimal defensibility until 1945 when it was destroyed. From the ruins, it was rebuilt in 2005. You have a chance to stay at the Heaven's Room, a modern style room with a rooftop that can be opened to watch the sky.
 
Schloss Eberstein
Schloss Eberstein  
Hotel in Gernsbach  
Very Good 8.7
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Originally built as a spur castle, using its optimal location as an advantage. The walls of the castle are used as a shield wall from the steep slopes giving it an ideal vantage point and formidable defensibility. In the 19th century, the castle was rebuilt by the Baden family to a country castle. Today it is a member of QL hotels, hotels that emphasize quality but also to provide a memorable culinary experience.
 
Burghotel Blomberg
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Burghotel Blomberg  
Hotel in Blomberg  
Very Good 8.2
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The castle was built during the 13th century when Blomberg was still in its early years. For three centuries, it was a residence for princes and nobilities of Lippe. The hotel has reputation for hosting events thanks to its beautiful selection of tastefully designed event halls. You can choose from a vaulted cellar, or an elegant hall of mirrors, or host an event with a flair in the French Hall in Renaissance Style.
 
Hotel Schloss Klink
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Hotel Schloss Klink  
Hotel in Klink  
Good 7.9
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The castle was built in Neo-Renaissance style and inspired by the castles of Loire in France. In the following years, surrounding lands were claimed to expand the hotel. Arthur von Schnitzler acquired the castle and the surrounding land for a total of 1150 hectares in 1897. In 1913, the castle was expanded to the Northeast. When Arthur von Schnitzler died in 1917, the castle was passed on to his wife and three daughters.
 
Schloss Wissen
Schloss Wissen  
Hotel in Weeze  
Excellent 8.8
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This moated castle was built in the 14th century and underwent many renovations throughout the years, the last structural one being in the 1970s. For centuries, it has been the ancestral seat of the von Loë family. As it had been popular with other castles from the Medieval Ages, it has its own castle chapel and castle mill. Today, the fertile lands around the historic building is used for agriculture and forestry conservation.
 
Schlossparkhotel Mariakirchen
Schlossparkhotel Mariakirchen  
Hotel in Arnstorf  
Excellent 9
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This moated castle was built in 1550 as a safe haven for Georg von Closen and his wife, Barbara von Nothaft. Throughout the years, it was used as a residence, a brewery and for agricultural use during the Second World War. From 2007 and later, the rooms were rebuilt and the whole facility was expanded. Thanks to its modern elegance, the castle courtyard and the ballroom are popular spots for events and weddings.
 
Hotel Schloss Romrod
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Hotel Schloss Romrod  
Hotel in Romrod  
Excellent 8.8
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In the olden days, the castle was moated to prevent attacks. The records suggest that the castle was initially built of wood and repeatedly rebuilt throughout its 800-year lifespan. It was originally owned by the Lords of Romrod in 12th century, and later it was rebuilt as a hunting-lodge under the Landgraves of Hesse-Darmstadt. Today, the hotels won many awards worldwide in gastronomy experience, hospitality and style.
 
Röttele's Restaurant & Residenz
Röttele's Restaurant & Residenz  
Hotel in Baden-Baden  
Excellent 9.1
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The castle's story was written in books and archives that were kept by the Archbishop of Mainz. Its foundations began as early as the 12th century and it was originally built as a moated castle for defense. Within its walls, the knights of Bach lived. The last knight passed it to his sister, who was married to a Cronberg. Through her, Phillip von Dahlberg, the Chamberlain of Worms, gained the ownership. It was renovated to the grandeur it has today by its master builder, Lux Rangelstein. The Dahlbergs lived in the castle until 1615, then the Knebel family, their blood relative, until 1816. During the Thirty Years' War of 1618, the castle suffered damages from attacks, although, they were repaired and reinforced in the following decades.
 
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