Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel | Weisbaden, Hesse, Germany

Travelers who seek to lodge at a historic hotel located around major attractions and well connected to various forms of public transportation will be pleased with the Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel. Enjoy the contemporary-designed rooms, which offer modern amenities such as high speed internet access, a mini bar, television, on-site beauty center, three-hour express laundry and much more.

The hotel provides aquatic fitness classes and professional spa treatments in its thermal pools, fed by the famous Kochbrunnen spring. It contains three indoor restaurant and bar facilities. Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel is a short walk away from Weisbaden’s city center, the Kurhaus Casino and shopping center, as well as the famous Wilhelmstrasse. Those still yearning for exploration can check out the Rhein-Main-Hallen Congress Center, Biebrich Palace, the Rheingau vineyards and Frankfurt Trade Fairground by a short train ride. When it’s time to leave, access the Frankfurt International Airport in 30 minutes or walk to the nearby train station to continue your adventures throughout Germany!

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Neighborhood

The Radisson Blu is located in the historic spa destination of Wiesbaden, Germany outside of Frankfurt. As one of Europe’s oldest spa destinations, the town has welcomed travelers from around the world coming to visit their famous hot springs. Known as the “Nice of the North”, Wiesbaden has stunning architecture, a mild climate, and of course, its fourteen natural hot springs.

Kurhaus Casino – For travelers visiting Wiesbaden, the historic Kurhaus casino is a must see architectural gem. Located in the heart of the city, just a short distance from the Radisson Blu, the Kurhaus has an impressive neo-classical style, and hosts a variety of dining, gaming, and entertainment options.

1888 Nerobergbahn Funicular – Step out for some fresh air and head to the Nerobergbahn Funicular. The water-powered cable car offers stunning views of Wiesbaden and the surrounding area, taking visitors up to the Opelbad pool, historic Russian Orthodox church, and Neroberg.

State Theatre and Opera House – For a dose of culture, visit the State Theatre and Opera House. The turn of the century architecture is stunning, and the facility hosts a full calendar of world-class performances throughout the year.

The next time you plan to stay for the day in Wiesbaden, Germany, book a day rates room at the Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel using Hotels By Day!

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Yannis has a rich background of 15 years in travel, from guiding tours in Europe at a young age, to co-founding an exotic travel agency, and then directing a New York-based global tour operator company. Throughout his professional life, for both his clients and personal travels, Yannis had to always pull strings to get a more personalized hotel check-in or check-out times. Frustration turned to illumination, witnessing first-hand the important customer behavioral shifts of the ‘on-demand’ economy: something could be done in boosting hotel revenues by selling uncommitted inventory by day.
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