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  • "Short break"

"Short break"

2 nights
  • 08/18/2020 - 12/30/2021
from € 165.-- Price per room
(Comfort Double Room)
  • e-Bike Special

e-Bike Special

2 nights
  • 03/01/2021 - 10/31/2021
from € 188.-- Price per room
(Comfort Double Room)
  • Strasbourg Special

Strasbourg Special

2 nights
  • 08/31/2020 - 12/23/2021
from € 192.-- Price per room
(Comfort Double Room)
  • Hot Deal 5=4

Hot Deal 5=4

5 nights
  • 08/31/2020 - 12/23/2021
from € 162.80 Price per room
(Five-Bed Room)
  • Hot Deal 7=6

Hot Deal 7=6

7 nights
  • 08/30/2020 - 12/23/2021
from € 257.25 Price per room
(Four-Bed Room)

Three Fascinating Cities Nearby

City tours from Hotel Hanauer Hof in Appenweier


Relax in the thermal waters of Baden-Baden: at the historic Friedrichsbad in its Neo-Renaissance style or in the modern Caracalla thermal baths. While taking a stroll through the beautiful old town and along the Lichtentaler Allee you can enjoy the unique atmosphere of this glamorous spa town. You can enjoy the rich culture at the Festspielhaus theatre, at the Frieder Burda museum or at Baden-Baden theatre. There are direct trains to Baden-Baden from the Appenweier train station (20 minute journey).


A lively, "green" university city with a picturesque old town with its half-timbered houses. The formidable Freiburg cathedral (built 1200-1513) on the market square is known as a Gothic masterpiece. If you need to cool off, dip your feet in the little stream, which flows through the whole city. Freiburg castle hill with fantastic views of the city and Rhine valley. Just a few kilometres away: The Schauinsland local hiking paradise at an altitude of 1,280m. There are train connections from Appenweier train station (38 minute journey).


The capital city of Alsace and "Europe's capital": Chic & charming, both idyllic and metropolitan. The city's landmark is Strasbourg Cathedral with its magnificent façade and stained glass windows from 13th-15th Centuries, an astronomical clock and an accessible tower.

In the very well-preserved old town you will feel like you have been taken away to a long forgotten world: Around every corner you will see frescoes and wooden statues adorning houses from the Middle Ages. An oasis of peace can by found in the "little France" (la petite France) quarter: narrow streets along the canal, which are lined with Renaissance buildings. You can marvel at these magnificent buildings on foot or during a boat trip. There are also many museums for those interested in the local culture. There are direct trains to Strasbourg from the Appenweier train station (23 minute journey).