In the Rhein-Taunus district in Hessen
Our H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen is in the centre of Taunus and is conveniently situated for the A3 motorway. Whether you have come to the Hessian capital of Wiesbaden on business or would are here to go hiking in the Taunus forests or cycling, our hotel is in the ideal location. If you are arriving by car, ample parking is available.
The closest airport and train station can be reached within half an hour. If you are here to visit a trade fair in Frankfurt or are due to catch a flight from Frankfurt airport the following day, make the most of our hotel’s convenient location. Our hotel offers comfortable rooms with WiFi. If you would like to organise an event, we have suitable facilities available.
Get to know Frankfurt and Wiesbaden
As a guest as our H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen you are in the ideal place for discovering the Hessian capital of Wiesbaden or the banking metropolis of Frankfurt am Main. By car, both cities can be reached in less than half an hour. There is also plenty to see near the hotel. In Taunus you can discover the hiking trails and almost untouched nature. If you are a business traveller, you can reach the Frankfurt Messe and the banking quarter quickly by motorway. Wiesbaden is also easy to reach.
There is plenty to see near the hotel
There is not only some fabulous nature to explore near the hotel, you can also make the most of its proximity to the large cities of Wiesbaden and Frankfurt am Main as well as discover the Main Taunus district. Smaller cities such as Niedernhausen have interesting architecture and lots of cultural attractions.
You can also visit the main landmark in the region, the Theißtal Bridge. The bridge was constructed at the end of the 1930s. It is 500 metres long and 46 metres high. It has 16 impressive arches that span the Theißtal valley. Theißtal is a nature reserve and offers nature-lovers plenty of opportunities for walking and relaxing.
Places of interest near the H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen
Theisstallbrücke bridge was built between 1937 and 1939. It shapes the image of the city, and is 507 metres long, and 46 metres high. The bridge, which today is a protected monument, has 16 arches and is a major link on the A3 between Frankfurt and Cologne. You can walk here in half an hour through the woods from the H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen.» Continue to Location & surroundings
Johanniskirche church - years of history
The protestant Johanniskirche church is the most important historical building in the whole district of Niedernhausen, and it can look back on around a thousand years of history. A choir area and tower on the northern side were added to the original single nave church. You can drive here from the H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen in about ten minutes.
Rhine-Taunus Nature Park - a walker’s paradise
The Rhine Taunus Nature Park extends west of Niedernhausen, and has around 600 kilometres of walking paths. Roman Limes and the “Hallgarter Zange” also attract many visitors as well as the woods of the hinterland with their very special bio-diversity. You can drive to the Association Office in Idstein from the H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen in around ten minutes.
Wiesbaden Kurhaus with “Bowling Green”
According to the emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II, Wiesbaden “kurhaus” or spa-house is the “most beautiful spa in the world”. The Neo-classical building is situated in the spa-park, with a range of mature trees and works of art. The site also includes the “Bowling Green”, which is surrounded by colonnades and has cascading fountains. It takes about 20 minutes to drive here from the H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen.
Leisure activities on the Neroberg
Wiesbaden’s local mountain, the Neroberg, has a lot to offer. Take the Neroberg railway to the summit, take a look at the Russian Church, enjoy the views of the city, have a coffee in the tower of the former Neroberg Hotel, or dare to go into the high-wire course. Your drive here will take around 25 minutes from the H+ Hotel Wiesbaden Niedernhausen.» Continue to Location & surroundings