Hotel Nassauer Hof          

 Kaiser-Friedrich-Platz, 3-4 65183 Wiesbaden − Germany

Member of Leading Hotels of the World

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The Hotel Nassauer Hof - a classic hotel located in the Rhine-Main region - is a true gem of the Germany luxury hotel sector. Set right in the heart of Wiesbaden opposite the magnificent Wiesbaden Kurhaus, the historic 5-star hotel and spa is a favoured place to stay for visitors from all over the world as well as a very prestigious pied-a-terre for many city residents. "Much more than a home far away from home" has been the Hotel Nassauer Hof motto ever since 1813. The Hotel Nassauer Hof is a member of "Leading Hotels of the World“ as well as the "Selektion Deutscher Luxushotels," which ensures a consistency of exceptionally high standards in all areas.

Hotel Nassauer Hof

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The history of the hotel goes back to 1813. At that time, the innkeeper Johann Freinsheim opened the Deutsche Haus, a name he changed into Hotel Nassau three years later. The Johann Friedrich Goetz family acquired the building in 1819 and had it lavishly remodeled along classical lines.

In 1827, the new Ducal Hoftheater was opened in the direct proximity of the hotel, a development from which the Goetz family also profited. When the railway connection to Frankfurt am Main was opened in 1840, guests of the up-and-coming spa city of Wiesbaden were able to travel there using the convenient train service. The city, soon to be dubbed "world spa city", subsequently experienced a major boom period. Numerous guests came to take the baths in the swanky Kurbad, among them the Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky, who checked into Hotel Nassau, squandered all his money in the Spielcasino and, finding himself in a desperate financial situation, wrote his novel The Gambler, in which Wiesbaden lives on as Roulettenburg.

The Duchy of Nassau, which sided with Austria during the Austro-Prussian War, was annexed by victorious Prussia in 1866. The Duke was sent scurrying from the Stadtschloss and in the ensuing period the Prussian kings, later the German Kaisers, gladly settled into the Schloss during their numerous stays in the city. It was also thanks to the frequent visits by the German Kaiser that the city developed into a real magnet, boasting the most millionaires in Germany at the turn of the 20th century. Many new buildings were constructed during the belle époque, among them the Theater (1894) and the new Kurhaus (1907), both located in the direct vicinity of Hotel Nassau. In 1897 Kaiser Wilhelm II inaugurated a monument to his father right in front of Hotel Nassauer Hof, as the hotel was then called. The adjacent Hoftheater was integrated into the hotel complex the same year.

In 1903 the hotel served as the setting for an encounter between Kaiser Wilhelm II and Czar Nicolaus II. In 1907 the new Kurhaus was officially opened within viewing distance. The hotel was also expanded and remodeled at the time, receiving its resplendent Wilhelminian facade. By then it had 200 sumptuously furnished rooms and a luxurious thermal bath.

The family tradition came to an end in 1917. After World War I, the Mülheim industrialist Hugo Stinnes bought the hotel from the Goetz family. The hotel was gutted by fire in World War II. Reconstruction got underway in 1950, financed by Stinnes and directed by the architect Ernst Neufert. Since 2001, Hotel Nassauer Hof has belonged to a group of investors, who have set up an operating company to run the hotel.

Notable guests

  • Fyodor Dostoyevsky 1865
  • Wilhelm II 1897 / 1903
  • Nicholas II 1903
  • Walther Rathenau 1921
  • Paul von Hindenburg 1930
  • John F. Kennedy 1963
  • Richard Nixon 1973
  • Audrey Hepburn 1973
  • Luciano Pavarotti 2007
  • Reinhold Messner 1980
  • Dalai Lama 2015
  • Vladimir Putin 2007
  • Willem-Alexander & Máxima of the Netherlands 2013

Rooms & Suites



Most of our Superior single rooms are in the north wing overlooking the Nassauer Hof's tranquil courtyard. The rooms all offer a 5-star level of comfort. Occupancy Possible: 1 Person.


Our Superior double rooms are in the north wing with some overlooking the Nassauer Hof's tranquil courtyard and others enjoying views over Friedrich-Platz and the Kurhaus. Each is furnished with either a queen-sized bed or twin beds. Occupancy Possible: 2 Persons.


Timelessly elegant design, with queen, king or double beds. Generously proportioned bathrooms. Sitting area and large desk. Air conditioned. View of the historical Kurhaus, Kaiser Friedrich Platz or the quiet courtyard. Occupancy possible: from 1 to 2 persons.



These elegant suites have a combined livingroom/bedroom with a separate seating area providing plenty of room to relax, curl up with a good book or to work. The tranquil inner courtyard underscore the elegance of this category. Occupancy possible: from 1 to 2 persons.


These spacious, contemporary suites have a living room, separate bedroom and a walk-in wardrobe and afford views of the historic Kurhaus or enjoy the green tranquility of the inner courtyard. Guests can choose whether to have one double bed or two singles and there is also the option of having an interconnecting door to a further bedroom. Occupancy possible: from 1 to 2 persons.


Each of these luxury suites has its very own distinctive decor as well as a large living room/bedroom, an extra spacious bathroom and a separate guest toilet. Each suite affords wonderful views of the Kaiser-Friedrich-Platz a the historic Kurhaus. Occupancy possible: from 1 to 2 persons.


Our elegantly furnished Presidential suite has everything even the most demanding guest could want. A spacious living area and a kitchen with adjoining dining room allow guests to cook and relax in the privacy of their own suite. A second adjoining bedroom is also available on request. The wonderful view of the historic Kurhaus is the icing on the cake making this Presidential suite a true gem beyond compare. Occupancy possible: from 1 to 2 persons.

Meetings & Events


When hosting an event for private guests or a meeting or conference for business partners it is important to portray oneself in the best possible light. As the premier meeting place in Wiesbaden, the Hotel Nassauer Hof has just the right location for every kind of event.

We have rooms suited to private dining, intense seminars, inspiring lectures, conferences and even to festive banquets. Add to this a 5-star level of service together with the organisational talent of our highly motivated team and effortless convenience to the Rein Main Congress Center and each and every event is guaranteed to go smoothly and be a huge success.


If you are looking to stage an event in an unusual location but you would still like to have the food and service of the Nassauer Hof - no problem. We also organise out-of-house events, for example in some of the Rheingau's best vineyards or in the world famous Eberbach Abbey. Even the Wilhelmstraßenfest would be almost unimaginable without the Nassauer Hof.

City & Attractions


Much more than just a home from home – the Hotel Nassauer Hof motto is also true for the city of Wiesbaden, Germany. The capital city of Hesse is the gateway between the Rhine-Main area with its numerous cultural opportunities and the Rheingau, one of the most beautiful cultural landscapes in Europe with a wealth of vineyards, castles and palaces.

Whether you are looking to enjoy a shopping spree or a visit to a museum in Wiesbaden, have a flutter at the casino, enjoy a performance at the theatre, a concert of live music or go out on an excursion into the picturesque Rheingau, our concierge will be delighted to help you compile a tailored programme of sightseeing activities and entertainment. From shopping to recommendations on things to see and do, our concierge has plenty of tips and advice up his sleeve to help you enjoy your stay in the downtown Wiesbaden city centre.


  • Hessian State Theatre - Distance:350 M

Staging more than 800 performances a season, the Hessian State Theatre is one of the most prolific theatre companies in the world. Enjoy a diverse schedule of cultural events including more than 40 new productions ranging from opera, plays and ballet to the two programmes for young people, ”Junges Staatstheater” and ”jugend-club-theater”, featuring classical works as well as modern musical theatre and premieres of contemporary drama.

  • Shopping - Distance:300 M

The Nassauer Hof lies on the very chic "Wilhelmstraße" that locals affectionately call "die Rue". The array of internationally famed designer boutiques to be found here is enough to make any shopping fan's heart beat considerably faster.The twisting alleyways in the historic centre of the city are also a shopper's dream of amazing treasures such as the city's oldest coffee roaster, delicatessens, wine specialty shops, cafés and guesthouses.

Every Wednesday and Saturday the charming Wiesbaden market holds a wonderful range of exotic and regional delights in store. Many of the stands will also let you have a taster before you buy.

Whatever your heart's desire Wiesbaden has something to suit everyone.
Our concierge is a fount of useful knowledge about where to go to find just what you are looking for.

  • Golfpark Idstein - Distance:27 Km

This huge golf project that encompasses some 160 hectares is the largest golf oasis in the whole of the Rhine Main area. The international standard 36 hole Golfpark Idstein (both courses Par 72) was designed and built by renowned golfing experts. Due to the challenges they present both courses have been accredited with very high DGV course rating and evaluation. Weekly open tournamentsare offered that are hugely popular with guests from near and far.

  • Sports - Distance:60 M

Whether you enjoy taking part in sports yourself or just prefer watching the professionals, the Nassauer Hof has a wealth of opportunities all within easy reach of the hotel. The idyllic Kurpark right next door to the hotel is just perfect for an early morning jog well away from the stress and hectic of everyday life. Golfers are spoilt for choice with the range of golf courses in the vicinity: the Wiesbaden Golf club that enjoys the status of being Germany's oldest club, affords wonderful far reaching views over the city. The Idstein golf course - just a 30 drive away - is a 36-hole course that harmonises well with its natural surroundings with views of both the Taunus and the Feldberg.

The Main Taunus golf course half-way between Frankfurt and Wiesbaden is a creation of the legendary golf course architect Bernhard von Limburger. If you need a teeing off time or transport to the golf course please speak to our concierge.

All year round the beautiful grounds of the Biebricher Schlosspark are the setting for top level sports of all kinds including the international horse-riding championships held there each Whitsun and numerous other events of world prestige such as the magnificent "Pferdenacht" opening gala night.

In spring 2010 the grounds in front of the Kurhaus saw the arrival of a myriad of motor sport fans for a presentation by the DTM “Deutsche Tourenwagen-Meisterschaft” (German Touring Car Championship). This was the first event of its kind a\and was so well received that it is bound to soon become a firm fixture in the Wiesbaden event calendar.

An equally fascinating event is the 70.3 Half Ironman that is held in Wiesbaden every August. Thousands of spectators line the route to cheer the athletes as they swim, cycle and run their way to the finishing line right opposite the Nassauer Hof to complete this unbelievingly challenging half-day event.

  • The cultural scene

Whether you prefer opera, ballet or improvisational theatre – Wiesbaden's cultural scene has something to please everyone. Enjoying a reputation that reaches far beyond the borders of the Rhine-Main region, the Hesse State Theatre, just a stone's throw from the Nassauer Hof, offers a fabulous year of theatre with many a highlight including renowned productions by famous directors and choreographers as well as the International May Theatre Festival and the Rheingau Musik Festival concerts.

The works of art, science exhibits and Nassau memorabilia collection housed in the Wiesbaden museum have all earned the museum international acclaim. Among the exhibits is the world's leading collection of works by Alexej von Jawlensky who spent 20 years of his life in Wiesbaden.

The Byzantine Russische Kapelle on the Neroberg that was built between 1847 and 1855 as a burial site now houses the remains of Grand Duchess Elisabeth Michailowa and her child. Elisabeth Michailowa was the St. Petersburg born wife of Duke Adolph von Nassau. Adorned with valuable icons, the Russian orthodox church is today the parish church of the Russian community.

Each year open-air concerts are staged on the Bowling Green in front of the Kurhaus with international stars of such world renown as Lionel Richie, Elton John and Plácido Domingo, much to the delight of the thousands who flock to see them.

During the summer months our city comes alive with an exhilarating mix of exhibitions, film festivals, cabaret, theatre and festivals of all kinds such as the Taunusstraßenfest or the annual Krimifestival. Our concierge is the man to speak to when it comes to what's on. Not only does he know all about local events but can help you plan your stay to best effect.

  • Leisure activities - Distance:2.1 Km

Relax: Germany's oldest water-driven cable car - the Nerobergbahn - carries people effortlessly to the summit of the Neroberg. What a way to unwind! The stunning views over the city alone are enough to destress you. The idyllic Kurpark, another perfect place to get away from the hectic and stress of everyday life, is a mass of magnolia blossom in the spring and a great place to unwind whilst paddling across the lake in the summer.

Experience: Every year in June Wilhelmstraße is transformed into the "Theatrium“, a fabulous festival of culinary delights and culture where, thanks to the Nassauer Hof, there are delicacies to delight even the most demanding gourmet. An important date to note down for August is the Rheingauer Weinwoche when vintners from the Rheingau set up their stands all around the Marktkirche to promote their wines.

Encounter: A stroll through the streets of the city opens up a myriad of things to see. Don't miss: the historic Kurhaus right opposite the hotel, the largest cuckoo clock in the world and the Römertor - the oldest edifice in the city. The Rathaus (city hall), the state parliament building and the Marktkirche, which thanks to its 98 m high tower, is the highest building in Wiesbaden are all located in the centre of the city and can be easily reached on foot from the Hotel Nassauer Hof.

  • Casino - Distance:290 M

The Wiesbaden casino is located in the Kurhaus right opposite the Nassauer Hof. The unique ambiance of the historic room that is home to the casino is very conducive to an elegant game of roulette, Black Jack or poker. Numerous slot machines are available in the colonnades - which with 129 metres is the longest columned hall in Europe. Whichever room you visit an exciting evening is guaranteed! Regular free taster evenings are held to introduce beginners to the fascinating world of the casino. Please check the dates with our concierge.

  • Wiesbaden Museum - Distance:1 Km

The Wiesbaden museum set in the capital city of Hesse is a state museum of art and natural history. Exhibits date from the prehistoric right up to the present day and include old masters, works of classical modernism, modern art and contemporary pieces as well as a natural history collection. The museum buidling that has three wings was designed by the architect Theodor Fischer from 1912 to 1920. Following extensive renovations, the museum reopened in May 2013 with some 7,000 square metres of exhibition space showcasing the collections. A tour of the museum is an aesthetic combination of both art and nature.

  • Rheingau - Distance:14.8 Km

Wend your way gently through the vineyards, enjoy the picturesque views over the Rhine valley from the top of the Rheinhöhenweg, explore mysterious castle ruins or try some of the best Riesling made in Germany - a wide and varied array of treasures is just waiting to be discovered all within a short drive of the city centre. Eberbach Abbey in Eltville is a draw for visitors from both home and abroad. The 12th century Cistercian abbey is renowned not least for the part it played in the Sean Connery film "The Name of the Rose". Visitors can wander around the abbey on their own or can join one of the wonderfully informative tours on offer. Wine tasting sessions are also frequently on the agenda.

There is also a wonderful castle to visit in Eltville that is renowned for its beautiful rose gardens. Today the castle is also home to the "Galerie im Turm" that hosts numerous art exhibitions. If the Middle Ages are your era of choice then the Brömersburg in Rüdesheim, that is also home to the Rheingau wine museum, is the place for you. No trip to Rüdesheim would be complete without a visit to the Niederwald monument errected in 1877 that can be reached via a short cable car ride or via any one of a number of pleasant walks. The views from the top over Rüdesheim and the Rhine are well worth it.

One thing you should definitely not miss out on if you visit the Rheingau is the opportunity to try some of the famous regional wines. Schloss Johannisberg, one of the oldest Riesling vineyards in the world, offers the chance for you to try some of their excellent wines. After a strenuous day's walking even gourmets will be delighted with the food served at Schloss Vollrads that was named after the knight Sir Volradus von Winkel.

These castles and Eberbach abbey are just three of the venues that host events forming part of the Rheingau Musik Festivals. Each summer the region between Wiesbaden and Lorch is transformed into one huge concert stage offering over 150 concerts with such stars as Anne Sophie Mutter or the Sydney Symphony Orchestra delighting the audiences with their music. Our concierge will have all the details for you of the best events to go to and how to get tickets.

The Rheingau, particularly in the summer, is also the scene of a wide range of wine festivals and markets such as the Eltviller Rosentage, the Erbacher Erdbeerfest (strawberry festival) or the Winkel Jazz Festival that attract visitors from right across the region.

Nassauer Hof Bar

The Nassauer Hof is proud to still have a traditional cocktailbar where guests can cap off a perfect meal with an after-dinner drink or a cigar. It's also the perfect rendezvous lounge for night owls and for those wanting to wind down after a busy day.
The Nassauer Hof bar is famed for its extraordinary selection of whiskeys. Relaxing in front of an open fire to the dulcet tones of live piano music, the full flavour of a whisky can be truly appreciated.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 5:00 pm - 2:00 am

ENTE Restaurant

In the past almost 4 decades, our gourmet restaurant ENTE has virtually become an epicurean institution and is in the league of highly acclaimed gourmet restaurants of Germany.

Lobby Bar

A light breakfast of croissants, hot and cold snacks, homemade specialities conjured up by our chef de cuisine or a refreshing drink - the lobby bar is a perfect setting to rendezvous with the family, with friends or with business partners for a casual chat.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun: 7:00 am - 2:00 am

Orangerie Restaurant

This light and airy Wiesbaden restaurant exudes a wonderful friendly ambiance and is the perfect setting in which to enjoy regional specialities that are served from breakfast right through to dinner. The business lunches that offer a different menu every day are particularly popular.

The Orangerie has a range of settings: you can sit at our round tables and delight in the views through the floor to ceiling windows that bestow the room with a conservatory feel, or you can dine in the more tranquil salon. In summer you can even partake of your meals in the open air on Wiesbaden's most beautiful terrace and soak up the vista of the historic Kurhaus.


Monday-Friday: 06:30 am - 10:30 am
Saturday-Sunday: 06:30 am - 11:00 am


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Hotel: Hotel Nassauer Hof

Address: Kaiser-Friedrich-Platz, 3-4 65183 Wiesbaden

Region: Hesse

Country: Germany

Official website:

Telephone: +49 (0)611-133-0

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The hotel Nassauer Hof is right in the heart of Wiesbaden in one of the most prestigious areas of the state capital of Hesse. It is directly opposite the historic Kurhaus and just a short walk away from numerous shopping facilities, theaters and museums. The trade fair and congress centre is 15 minutes walking distance away. Frankfurt and the international airport Frankfurt/Main are reachable in 30 minutes by train or car.

Nearest bus stop: Right outside the restaurant is the stop "Kurhaus / Theater“ For the entrance to the car park please enter into your SATNAV: Spiegelgasse 9, 65183 Wiesbaden

Train Station: Wiesbaden Südost HBF (2.5 Kms.)

Airports: Frankfurt-Rhein-Main Airport (29 Kms.)

By Car:

1. To the parking lot: on Wilhelmstrasse, make a left turn at the light by the post office onto Burgstrasse, then right into "An den Quellen". At Dreililienplatz Square, turn right, then left again onto the Spiegelgasse. Continue until you reach the hotel parking lot. 

2. To the main hotel entrance: on Wilhelmstrasse turn left onto Kaiser-Friedrich-Platz by Kurhaus. We are happy to provide valet parking services. 

Coming from Cologne (A3):
 exit Niedernhausen, take the B455, which turns into the Gustav-Stresemann-Ring. Follow signs toward Kurhaus/ Theater/ Casino. 

Coming from Frankfurt (A66): exit Wiesbaden-Stadtmitte, follow signs to Kurhaus/ Theater/ Casino and take the underpass onto Frankfurter Strasse. From here, turn left onto Rheinstrasse, then right at the light, onto Wilhelmstrasse. 

Coming from Darmstadt (A67 / A671): toward Wiesbaden-Stadtmitte, exit Mainzer Strasse and continue going straight. Follow signs to Kurhaus/ Theater/ Casino and take the underpass. Turn left onto Lessingstrasse and right onto Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, which leads into Wilhelmstrasse. 

Coming from Mainz (A60 / A63 / A643): take the A643, which turns into Schiersteiner Strasse, until you reach Kaiser-Friedrich-Ring (3. crossing after entering the city). Here, turn right and follow the signs to Kurhaus/ Theater/ Casino (Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, Wilhelmstrasse).

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