Castle and hotel
Summer residence of the Kurfürst
The stylish castle and Logierhaus (today's Park Hotel), in the romantic Üßbachtal, were built in 1787/1788. It became the favorite seat of the art-loving Kurfürst of Trier, Clemens Wenzeslaus, and he chose it as his summer residence.
Accommodation for famous guests
The Parkhotel, at that time known as "Kavaliershaus" was intended as a residence for guests of the Kurfürst.
Many famous people stayed there like the later emperor Wilhelm I when he was crown prince of Prussia.
Now with modern comfort
Today, the exterior facades are still as they were 232 years ago, in the classicist style. The hotel is a listed building that has been constantly renovated and modernized inside to reflect the charm of tradition combined with the comforts of modern times.