Löherstrasse 51, Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany
"We stayed a night at the Wilder Mann Hotel in Aschaffenburg and couldn’t have been more pleased. What we loved about it was that it was an old-school German Hotel. It’s not a Radisson or a Hyatt, which suited us just fine. And the restaurant in the hotel had the same appeal. The dinner and the breakfast were wonderful. My wife and I are both military brats who lived in Germany and even met there 50 years ago when I was in the Air Force, so we have a soft spot for Germany. We had never been to Aschaffenburg before and we fell in love with it. After Cologne, Koblenz, and Frankfurt, Aschaffenberg was just the right size for us. We’ll never forget our evening stroll along the Main River just a block from the hotel. Also, the hotel has its own parking lot, which costs 7 Euros a day, a bargain considering you’ll pay 24 Euros to park at name-brand hotels near the Frankfurt airport."
"The friendly hotel staff were ready for our arrival. The hotel has one very slow lift. Our room was a decent size and seemed clean. The bed was comfortable enough and had all non-feather pillows--great for allergy sufferers. There were power outlets at each nightstand--perfect for charging phones and devices at bedside. The room had a minifridge. The bathroom had a shower (only) that had some mold in the grout. Housekeeping needs to give that a good scrubbing. The shower water pressure was excellent, but the hot water oscillated between cool and hot. The towels were large and thick. The washcloths were a very nice touch, as were the two magnifying mirrors. The free WiFi was not password protected (boo!) and kept cutting out, requiring a new sign in every few minutes--frustrating when trying to get work done! Some of my colleagues had no WiFi at all in their rooms--not good in this modern age! The hotel has a small open-air parking lot. "
"The Hotel Wilder Mann is outside the city center of Aschaffenburg. You can walk to the downtown area near the castle in about 15 minutes. The hotel is VERY European with very small showers. Be careful not to hit the water handle in the shower with your back side. The water is basically boiling temperature. The beds only have a comforter and pillow without a top sheet which is typical European. The hotel room layout is almost a maze with halls going in all directions. Several places are stairs only even if you take the elevator (lift) to your floor. The restaurant food is above average with a post WWII atmosphere. They have an American / German breakfast with all the trimmings. I have stayed many times over the years and have grown to enjoy with each visit."