Featured hotels in German Mosel

  • £59

    Average price per night

    ante porta DAS STADTHOTEL, Trier
    9.0 Superb 2,063 reviews
    Description Just a 5-minute walk from the famous Porta Nigra gate, this 3-star hotel in Trier offers modern non-smoking rooms and free WiFi in all areas. Secure, private parking is also available on site.
    Review

    "From the moment we arrived the service was warm, efficient & seamless nothing was too much trouble for the lovely staff, yet they weren't 'in our faces' which we like😁"

    Jean. Ireland
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Hotel Moselauen, Bernkastel-Kues

    Hotel Moselauen

    Bernkastel-Kues

    9.4 Superb 289 reviews
    Description Hotel Moselauen is situated in the centre of Bernkastel-Kues. This property offers large breakfast buffet and also provides guests with a sun terrace. Free WiFi is accessible at the hotel.
    Review

    "This hotel was just pristine clean Breakfast was a pleasure and scrambled eggs were so tasty Staff very very helpful and the surroundings were amazing Very calm and peaceful area"

    Shirley. Ireland
  • £27

    Average price per night

    Vintagehotel Twenty-eight, Bad Bertrich
    9.0 Superb 116 reviews
    Description Situated in Bad Bertrich, Vintagehotel Twenty-eight offers a garden. Both free WiFi and private parking are available at this property.
    Review

    "We liked the quietness at night and the nice swimming pool/sauna at only a few steps away."

    Judith. Netherlands
  • £66

    Average price per night

    Hotel.Restaurant zur Marienburg, Pünderich
    9.5 Exceptional 162 reviews
    Description Offering a sun terrace and views of the mountain, Hotel.Restaurant zur Marienburg is located in the idyllic wine-growing town of Pünderich in the Middle Moselle Valley.
    Review

    "Fabulous find ! This hotel was re-vamped in Aug 2017, in a Scandi-style. Everything just works !! Sockets, mirrors, bathroom facilities all in the 'right' place, Fabulous food in the restaurant,..."

    jane. United Kingdom
  • £105

    Average price per night

    River Bär, Mülheim an der Mosel

    River Bär

    Mülheim an der Mosel

    9.2 Superb 127 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi and a children's playground, River Bär offers accommodation in Mülheim an der Mosel. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site.
    Review

    "The staff were truly friendly and helpful. The position on the Mosel River was always interesting, peaceful and quiet. We both enjoyed our food from the seafood menu and breakfast! Mmm, breakfast. Not to overlook dinner, that was most welcome."

    Jessica. United Kingdom
  • £141

    Average price per night

    Romantik Hotel Zur Glocke, Trier
    9.5 Exceptional 363 reviews
    Description Romantik Hotel Zur Glocke is located in the Mitte district in Trier, directly in the pedestrian zone, 2 walking minutes from the main market and the famous Porta Nigra.
    Review

    "Nice mix of style and confort with all modern amenities. Hi level of service for the price."

    Bruno. France
  • £115

    Average price per night

    Hotel Restaurant Alte Stadtmauer, Beilstein
    9.4 Superb 154 reviews
    Description Boasting a bar, Hotel Restaurant Alte Stadtmauer is located in Beilstein. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. The restaurant serves German cuisine.
    Review

    "Very professional. Clean rooms. Good food."

    IPAUL. Belgium
  • £51

    Average price per night

    Winkelwerkstatt Hotel, Kröv
    9.4 Superb 176 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Winkelwerkstatt Hotel offers pet-friendly accommodation in Kröv, 40 km from Trier. Free private parking is available on site.
    Review

    "The very warm welcome, the modernew clean look, superb breakfast and the location."

    Carole. United Kingdom
  • £75

    Average price per night

    Hotel Vintage Am Bundesbank-Bunker, Cochem
    9.0 Superb 407 reviews
    Description Hotel Vintage Am Bundesbank-Bunker in Cochem offers stylish, non-smoking and allergy-friendly accommodation in the nature conservation area of Brauselay, a 10-minute walk away from the Moselle River.
    Review

    "well entertained on check in, and given a lovely welcoming and then shown to our room lovely large room, very clean, large bathroom/wet room, balcony, outside seating with the sun all afternoon into..."

    NICHOLAS. United Kingdom
  • £61

    Average price per night

    Gasthaus Moselloreley, Piesport
    9.3 Superb 210 reviews
    Description Gasthaus Moselloreley offers accommodation in Piesport. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free WiFi is provided and free private parking is available on site.
    Review

    "We stay in at this hotel for 2 days, and we could spend good time. A view on a Mosel river from the room was wonderful. The female of the reception informed us that I want to know very kindly. It was..."

    Tamaki. Japan

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German Mosel highlights

Cycle or cruise the romantic Moselle River
Enjoy a bicycle ride or boat cruise along the idyllic Moselle River. This romantic setting is home to ancient castles, vineyards and half-timbered villages.
Visit the Moselle Wine Market in Traben-Trarbach
Take a trip underground into Traben-Trarbach’s historic wine cellars for the Christmas market. Sip local wines, sample artisan foods or purchase seasonal decorations.
Explore Trier: one of Germany’s oldest cities
Founded in 16 BC this ancient city is a gem of Roman and Germanic history. Marvel at the Porta Nigra city gate or dine in a quaint riverside restaurant.
Wine hop along the Moselle
In the Moselle, wine flows as fast as the river. With over 100 wineries to choose from, there’s no better way to get a taste for local flavours. Cheers to that!
Discover the enchanting Burg Eltz castle
Like something out of a fairytale, the majestic Burg Eltz castle is nestled amongst forest. Tour this enchanting structure that’s been in the Eltz family for over 850 years.
Celebrate the Federweißenfest Wine Festival
Every October, Federweißenfest Wine Festivals celebrate the cloudy alcoholic drink that is Federweißer. Try the creamy onion Zwiebelkuchen tart for a tasty accompaniment.
Wander the sparkling German Gemstone Route
Learn about the dazzling world of gemstones, on the 48 km Deutsche Edelsteinstrasse. You can visit mines, watch jewelry making and even prospect for your own precious stones.
Savour fine classical dining at Waldhotel Sonnora
Enjoy fine French cuisine overlooking picturesque countryside at this 3 Michelin-starred establishment. Chef Helmut Thieltges serves up delicious meats and delicate desserts.
Visit Cochem’s impressive Reichsburg Castle
As the largest hill-castle along the Moselle, Reichsburgis perched amongst rows of vineyards. It is home to guided tours, medieval festivals and even rustic banquets.
Turn back the clock in Berkastel-Kues
With its well-preserved medieval buildings, Berkastel-Kues brims with romantic charm. Watch a traditional street festival or visit the Spitzhäuschen (little pointed house).

A Wine Region of Imperial Fame

A beautiful German wine district punctuated by medieval castles, the Mosel centres on the meandering Moselle River between Koblenz and the Luxembourg border. The most famous wine produced here is the crisp Riesling, and many vineyards are picturesquely located on the steep banks of the river.

The Mosel hotels, guest houses and apartments on Booking.com are spread all over this fantastic region, with many set right by the river and offering spectacular views of the lush scenery. Each town and village has its own characteristics and there are wine tours and tastings galore to be enjoyed.

There are too many Mosel Valley attractions to list them all, but highlights include Alken castle, set high on a hill overlooking the riverside village below. One of the most spectacularly located castles is at Cochem on a lush hill by a bend in the river, while Bernkastel-Kues has a stunning medieval core with brightly painted half-timbered houses.

This tranquil area has been prized since Roman times and nowhere is this more evident than in wonderful Trier. Along with ruins of 3 Roman baths and an amphitheatre, the Porta Nigra and a bridge from the imperial era still stand and Emperor Constantine’s old throne room is now a basilica.