Upon arriving for a two-night stay I was first given accommodations in a unit in the basement. The room had no internet or cellphone connection. I was told to go outside to use the cellphone. That being unacceptable I was moved to a very spacious and beautiful accommodation on the first floor where the cellphone and internet connections were perfect but the controls of the shower in the bathroom were stuck in the boiling hot water position and was repaired only later in the day. At breakfast the morning of my departure no coffee was available. I booked this hotel-garni based on the recent reviews which were generally very positive. I had too many negative experiences to write that kind of review. So maybe I was just unlucky.
Stayed here for 9 nights. Rates were reasonable and room was a very good size. Breakfast was good and was typical of what you will find at most German hotels. Parking was great. The gentleman who owns the place is very helpful and friendly. Would recommend for a long term stay.
My wife and I stayed a couple of weeks and quickly warmed to the management and the quiet, slower pace of the hotel. I have to say of previous comments regarding the washing machine and dryers, down stairs. If you use the appropriate laundry detergent, all three washing machines are fine. As for the dryers taking time to dry the cloths, clean the filter, please. These washers and dryers are for housekeeping, not guests. The Steil family allows guests to use them, though, after two PM. Our room was very roomy (by German standards) and we had everything we needed. If you leave the towels on the floor, they will replace them daily. If not, just like the Hilton, they will leave them for re-use...very logical. Mr. Steil (owner) speaks English quite well, as does his wife and the breakfast cook. And speaking of breakfast; the dining room and the food are of superior quality, even by top-tier chain hotel standards. The cable-TV has some American, French and Italian news programs. The breakfast alone, will have us coming back again. Due to the proximity of Ramstein AFB, this place also caters to American Military families. Also, please remember that a "Garni" is considered a form of Bed and Breakfast hotel, with somewhat restricted facilities and services. I've stayed in many Garni Hotels from Germany to Italy and this one ranks as one of the better Garnis. Don't forget also, the Steil family lives on premises with their extended family, adding a warmer cozier feel to your stay. For a German Garni, I rate them "very good". Leave your extreme expectations and foreign sensibilities at home and you will really enjoy your stay here.
Stayed here 9 days. Staff was ok not really friendly but not really unfriendly. Towels always smelled bad. Had to ask for the shower curtain to be replaced because it smelled bad. Price seems to be little high for quality. Was nice to have an apartment style room, but the other issues made it not worth the cost of €140 for large apartment. They have washer and dryer but washing machine didn’t work very well and dryer didn’t dry cloths even after 4 hours. Didn’t seem they replaced the sheets very often during the stay if at all. Little was done by cleaning staff. The day before we left never gave fresh towels had to call and ask.Based on those I probably wouldn’t stay here again. Parking was convenient and was quiet area. Convenient to Ramstien and good döner shop down the street.
In small town of Rodenbach, quiet location but near to Nr.6 main Highway. Several kind of rooms from single to family apps with kitchen. Even in my single room was fridge, MW and tea/coffee facility. New, modern bath, furniture, wifi, parking place.
Garden with playground, nice summer/winter terrase.
Breakfast in price, incl. warm eggs/sausages, cheese, fruits. Very helpful staff.
For 50,-Euro/night very reasonable.