Gernsbacher Straße 44/46, Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
"I absolutely loved my stay here. My kids and I spent just 1 night here and we had a wonderful time. The room and bathroom were very neat and clean and my younger daughter had a blast watching all sorts of cartoons on the TV. The minibar wasn’t expensive and it was nice to have a fridge to keep coke and water cold. The ladies at the reception were very friendly and kind and extremely helpful. My kids and I had delicious home made Black Forest cake, eclairs and meringues at tea time outside the hotel’s own cafe, which is also so charming. And of course the service was superb. Even though there was no breakfast buffet this morning, because the hotel isn’t allowed to have one at the moment because of Corona, they really laid a big breakfast out for us at our table. There were warm breads, a big cheese and cold cuts platter, Nutella, juice, eggs and fresh fruit. The hotel is just a few steps away from the Innenstadt (center) and it’s all so charming. Stunning architecture and beautiful cobblestone streets. The hotel is close to the Friedrichsbad (an old Roman bath). There are many places to eat and shop. We also enjoyed a visit to the Lindt store for chocolate of course 😁 and Lindt ice cream and ice chocolate drinks! We had dinner at Garibaldi’s which I would recommend for their excellent Italian food and wonderful atmosphere and service. All in all a wonderful stay. I would recommend Hotel Beek to anyone visiting Baden-Baden!"
"This hotel is really located deep in the heart of the city of Baden-Baden. There is no hotel parking available but we were able to drive up the narrow shopping/pedestrian streets to unload our bags before parking in a local multi story car park nearby. Overnight parking there cost 15,00€. On arrival it took a little while to attract someone’s attention to check us in but eventually a friendly young lady took me through the formalities in a very pragmatic way. Fortunately there was a lift to the second floor where our rooms were located. Both were reasonable, clean and functional – certainly OK for a one night stay. The bed was comfortable enough. My room looked over onto the nearby square where people started going about their noisy business quite early in the morning. I liked the tiled bathroom, the walk in shower and the fact that everything was nice and clean. The WiFi worked well – access codes available at the reception desk – just take a photo, the young lady suggested. There was a kettle and a couple of mugs for brewing tea/coffee and a free bottle of mineral water which was much appreciated. A modest buffet breakfast was available in a side room to the Café Beek. Service was friendly, helpful and there was no problem with the English language. We appreciated the location for the proximity to many bars, restaurants and the high class shops in the vicinity."
"The location of the hotel is the absolute best - for both the Caracella and the old town. The staff were all very helpful and friendly, even with a language barrier! Our room at the front overlooking the square was great, nice bed and enough room to walk around the bed and sit in a nice comfy chair. We liked the coat hooks on the wall - in winter you have so many layers on, it's good to have storage for them. We both slept well - it was very quiet, clean and cosy. I wasn't quite so keen on the bathroom, especially the noisy extractor fan and the shower cubicle was old and small, but the shower itself was lovely and powerful. Breakfast was great, lots of choice of cereals, fruit, cheese, salad, boiled and scrambled eggs and sausages and cold meats. Plus breads, rolls, croissants and cakes. My second visit was just as enjoyable as the first and if ever I go back again I shall make a point of staying here. Good value for money and not posh/posy like so many other places. We both felt very comfortable and at home here."