Resort Schloss Auerstedt
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- The hotel is surrounded by hills and vineyards
- The historical estate also includes a museum
- The restaurant serves Thuringian specialties
- Cultural cities like Weimar and Naumburg can be reached within 30 minutes' drive
Stay at a historical place in a beautiful east German wine region in Thuringia: The Palace Auerstedt served as the headquarters of the Prussian troops in the battle against Napoleon in 1806. Today it houses the impressive Hotel Resort Schloss Auerstedt, a museum and a restaurant.
A magnificent chandelier will be noticed when you enter the reception. The history of the house can be seen in the ceiling vaults and in the floorboards, but the furnishings are modern.
Your room or apartment on the upper floor of the adjoining building can be reached via a long gallery. It is bright and spacious. The bathroom is tiled in friendly light green.
In the main house you can dine in the restaurant Reinhardt's. There are both international classics and regional specialties, including Thuringian Mutzbraten with dumplings. In the summer, the food is also served on the Schlossplatz, which is also a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike.
The hotel is located between the popular metropolis Leipzig and the classical town Weimar, part of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The region around Schloss Auerstedt is also called "Tuscany of the East". Cycling or hiking routes are available through gentle hills and vineyards, where mainly Müller-Thurgau grapes are cultivated.