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Raleigh, North Carolina
Reviewed 16 December 2016

But just viewing the outside of this building was interesting. It is the oldest guest house in Germany. It dates from 1590 and a document shows that its owner was granted the right to fell a hundred oaks to build it. Cool!

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 6 October 2016

We loved this place. Said to be the oldest hotel in Germany, and it certainly is old. The room was huge and comfortable, the price excellent, and it is located right in the old part of town. It is also one of the most scenic buildings in the town. As with many hotels in Germany, the front door is often...

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Bowling Green, Kentucky
Reviewed 9 September 2016

We stopped in Miltenberg while on a Viking river cruise. Apparently, this is a very old establishment. Our guide told us Elvis Presley liked to stay here when he was stationed nearby in the US Army. The building itself is fairly impressive for its age and it typical of the exposed timber style.

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The Hague, The Netherlands
Reviewed 10 April 2016

I read about the brewery and the Gasthaus in a brewing magazine, so I decided to pay a visit to them. As for the Gasthaus price is way to high. It seems that the owners in the last period didn't improve anything, they just profit from the fame of the place. We booked a Kaisersuite for 125 €. Room was...

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Palo Alto, California
Reviewed 13 January 2016

Loved staying in this historic hotel with remodeled, themed rooms. Landlady very nice and friendly. Unfortunately, she only speaks German, but I had sufficient tourist knowledge of German to converse with her. Glad we stayed here on our way back to Frankfurt. Restaurant next door also has great food.

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Georgetown, Delaware
Reviewed 13 May 2015

Very clean and comfortable. The staff speaks no English but they are very helpful and worked to make sure that we understood what they were saying. The room we had was a suite with a terrace on the back side that made for very spacious and comfortable quarters. Breakfast, included in the price of the room, included meats, cheeses, juice...

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Reviewed 30 October 2014

Located right in he middle town, on the main shopping street, this place is ideal when visiting the town. It has a super restaurant and service and food is very good. Historically, it's suppose to be the oldest inn in Europe, dating back to the 12th century. But you'd never know it from inside. Very up to date (except for...

Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 27 October 2014

The room was clean and comfortable. I was very disappointed that there was no WiFi anywhere in this hotel. Fortunately there was free WiFi at the bookstore down the street from the hotel we were able to use. A couple of inconveniences was there was no hairdryer and not a soul in the hotel spoke any English. I would probably...

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Reviewed 4 September 2014

Miltenberg is really picture postcard. This hotel where we had the Carnival Bier was great. Didn't have time to sample the food, but it looked tasty. Elvis slept here when doing national service and they are still very proud that he came here.

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Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 3 August 2014

Right in the middle of town it is said to be the oldest drinking establishment in Europe. Of cause we had to partake of a few of the local beers because of this fact. It is frequented by locals and tourists alike with its outside seating. Very attractive to look at and easy to find.worth the look if only for...

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Additional Information about Haus zum Riesen

Address: Hauptstr. 99, 63897 Miltenberg, Bavaria, Germany
Region: Germany > Bavaria > Franconia > Lower Franconia > Miltenberg
Price Range: RM310 - RM525 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 15
Also Known As:
Haus Zum Riesen Hotel Miltenberg
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“We were in #37, very kitschy and huge, with a terrace.”
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“Ask to see the variety of rooms, they really are quite different from each other.”
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“Just had the bier didn't stay.”
 of 5 bubbles rozzi23, 3 Sep 2014 | Read review
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