Steigenberger Grandhotel Petersberg
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This famous luxury hotel has hosted Queen Elizabeth II, Bill Clinton and Nelson Mandela
- There is a gourmet-style restaurant and a bistro-café
- The terrace and spa have views of the Rhine Valley
The Steigenberger Grandhotel Petersberg is a grand luxury hotel that towers high above the Rhine Valley. No hotel is so closely intertwined with the history of Germany as this traditional and famous luxury hotel.
After the end of the Second World War, it served as the seat of the Allied High Commission, and later the state guests of the Federal Republic stayed here, including Queen Elizabeth II, Mikhail Gorbachev, Bill Clinton and Nelson Mandela.
This elegant hotel features precious paintings and fine porcelain. There is a modern spa area, where you can take a bath with a view of the Rhine Valley. Facilities include both indoor and outdoor pools, a steam room, saunas, a gym, a beauty salon and massage rooms.
The Bistro-Café with Summer Garden serves a range of snacks, cakes and homemade pies during the day. For dinner, the hotel restaurant offers gourmet cuisine and a large terrace where you can enjoy a magnificent view over the Rhine river and the vineyards to Bonn.
In West Germany’s former capital of Bonn, around 20 minutes' drive from the hotel, we recommend a visit to the Museum Mile and the beautiful old town. You could also take a boat trip on the Rhine, visit Drachenburg Castle or hike to Drachenfels.
Deluxe Rooms are spacious and have park views. Wi-Fi is free.