Kronenschlösschen is set in a private park in the picturesque town of Eltville-Hattenheim, not far from Wiesbaden, between the Rhine and the vineyards. The rooms and suites are tastefully and comfortably decorated. The Turmsuite in particular has an extraordinary history: it was here that in 1947, Konrad Adenauer, Theodor Heuss and Carlo Schmidt spent weeks writing the German constitution. The Rheingau region boasts one of the most beautiful landscapes in Germany. In the immediate area there are plenty of sights to see and historic buildings to visit.
Refined style of cuisine
Restaurant Kronenschlösschen & Bistro Kronenschlösschen
Chef Roland Gorgosilich creates dishes featuring European as well as international flavours in the gourmet restaurant. Kronenschlösschen not only offers a refined style of cuisine, but also has an award-winning wine list to match – with more than 2,000 wines, it was named Germany’s best by Gault&Millau. Unusual detail is that each spring, many 3-star chefs from around the world come together for the Rheingau in Eltville & Wein Gourmet festival. The hotel’s Bistro serves classic German cuisine with a refined touch. And the Café offers gateaux and other homemade cakes from the hotel’s own patisserie. If you wish to prepare a dish yourself, attend a cooking class by chef Ronald Gorgosilich and get to know the refinements of Kronenschlösschen cuisine.
KEY FEATURES AND SERVICES
SPECIAL FEATURES IN THE REGION
"This restaurant has a stylish painted ceiling and pretty terrace with adjoining garden. A set menu is served, from which you can also choose à la carte, and the wine list is also one of the best in Germany. Alternatively, try the bistro. Guests can also stay overnight in the hotel of the same name in charming, well-appointed guestrooms."
"Highest level of culinary art, creativity and quality." - Gault Millau
Host & Hostess: Hans B. Ullrich & Johanna Bächstädt
Chef: Roland Gorgosilich