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In the heart of the historical and culturally rich town of Eisenach, directly lying on Nicol Aitor, the Kaiserhof combined 100 years of tradition with modern management and service from the heart! The 64 comfortable rooms and facilities for meetings and celebrations spread over 4 floors of the house and thus have the business traveler as well as the private city trip very much to offer.
I stayed 5 nights and was so impressed by the service of staff, reasonable rates, nice breakfast buffet, comfortable room and they arranged tours/concerts, as well as an excellent driver for airport transfers. Staff care and it shows. Room was spotless and had everything I...More
Because it's such a beautiful hotel, the few problems stood out sharply. From the price, it ought to have been perfect. It is a very nice place - outstanding furnishings, high class furniture. But the bathroom was a let down. It looks like it was...More
Beautifully furnished and decorated reception and bar areas. Comfortable and well lit for a cosy atmosphere. Good but not outstanding breakfast, served early even on Sundays. Bedroom comfortable and clean, good lighting, quiet but not very spacious. Friendly and efficient service. Near train station and...More
Thank Isabel S
Management response:Responded 29 January 2017
thank`s for your friendly words. We are verry happy about your comeback to our hotel.
Kind regards from all the team.
Great convenient location. Two major problems.
First: the rooms are exceptionally dark, lit only by 2 small bulbs. There are no available outlets, so if you want to charge your phone, you lose 50% of the light in the room. Rooms need better lighting and...More
The central location of this hotel is a real bonus. Everything is within walking distance. Though at a busy intersection rooms are quiet and nicely appointed. The hotel building seems to be one of the old stately homes common at the turn of the 20th...More