Holiday Hotel Lindenbach

Holiday Hotel Lindenbach

Bad Ems - Relaxation in a historical ambiance

Holiday Hotel Lindenbach is nestled on a hill at the forest’s edge in the spa town of Staatsbad Bad Ems. This quiet location offers 51 comfortable rooms with a shower, a toilet, a telephone and a TV. A lift is available, and one double room is accessible to those with disabilities. We pamper our guests with rich breakfast and dinner buffets. The hotel also features a sauna and a bowling alley.

 

 


Around the hotel

About the hotel

Holiday Hotel Lindenbach is nestled on a quiet hillside at the forest’s edge in the Bad Ems spa. From here, you have a marvelous view of the town. All 51 rooms are cozily furnished and equipped with a shower, a toilet, a telephone and a TV. A lift is available, and one double room is accessible to those with disabilities.

We pamper our guests with rich breakfast buffets as well as hot and cold dinner buffets. When the weather is nice, the large beer garden in front of the hotel becomes mighty enticing.

You will find relaxation in the hotel's sauna, and the bowling alley is great fun for all ages.

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Facilities

  • room amenities

    Shower, WC, Telephone, TV, Hairdryer

  • handicapped accessible rooms

    1 Doubleroom

  • restaurant

  • biergarten

  • Sauna

  • ninepin

  • lift/elevator

  • WLAN in public area

  • parking area


About the place

The founding story of Bad Ems dates back to the start of the first millennium. As was so often the case, Roman merchants were the first settlers. With the discovery of the thermal springs, a spa culture and the international trade in Bad Ems mineral waters began to develop in the former mining town.

For more than 150 years, spa guests from all over Europe have been drawn to Bad Ems. Many of them were royalty, which is why the spa is also referred to as the "Imperial Spa".

Bad Ems is one of the most beautiful health spas in Germany. Magnificent 19th-century buildings overlook the townscape, including the theater where Jacques Offenbach once worked.

The health spa and its famous hot springs are situated in the heart of a natural preserve on the banks of the idyllic Lahn River, surrounded by the wooded slopes of the Taunus and the Westerwald.


Leisure

Idyllic in Lahntal located, the name of the traditional mining and spa and resort Bad Ems. Primarily for health and wellness Even the Romans appreciated the hot springs of the region: drinking and bathing and classic spa treatments are offered year round. Spa and wellness guests can choose to eat out of the multitude of offers.

However, Bad Ems is also a perfect destination for nature lovers, history and culture interested guests, and water and recreational athletes.

Many monuments representing the most significant baths-architecture, Roman history, such. As the appointed UNESCO World Heritage Limes, or German Romanticism and take visitors on a journey into history. Also expected in Bad Ems visitors.

The diverse cultural and event listing to be proud of.

The versatile sports rich example of hiking and Nordic walking, cycling and horseback riding to golfing and Canoeing. The hotel is the ideal location for this.

Worthwhile excursions to the Lahn or in the nearby area as Koblenz, the place of the Bundesgartenschau in 2011, and Limburg or Mainz can be reached quickly and easily by car, bus and train. In the summer months is always worth a trip to Lahn, Rhine or Mosel by boat.


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Contact

Booking and information

Stiftungsfamilie BSW-Hotel & Fewo - Zentrale Reservierung
Hübnerstraße 3
86150 Augsburg
Telefon 0821 2427-300
Telefax 0821 2427-460
Email reservierung(at)stiftungsfamilie.de


Hotel address

Lindenbach 28
56130 Bad Ems
Telefon 02603/9770
Telefax 02603/977407
Email lindenbach(at)stiftungsfamilie.de

Arrival and departure

Arriving by car

By car, take A3 from Cologne to Frankfurt. Take the Montabaur exit; then continue on B49 towards Bad Ems. After about 13 km, take B261, and follow signs to Bad Ems. In Bad Ems, follow the main road (B261) to the next roundabout, where you will take the first exit towards Lahnstein and cross the river. At the next roundabout, take the second exit towards Lahnstein, and turn right at the traffic light. After about 700 m, turn left and head towards the Maaracker/Lindenbach commercial area. Follow signs to BSW.

 

 

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Arriving by train

Bad Ems has two train stations. The main station is in the town center. Taxis are available to take you to the hotel.

Bad Ems-West is a station on the Lahntalbahn train line connecting Limburg and Koblenz. Trains run every hour. The Bad Ems-West station is only a few minutes' walk from the hotel.

 

 

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Meetings

Meeting informations

Information on meetings at this hotel can be found here. An overview of all conference facilities you get here.