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Hampshire Moselhotel – Nitteler Hof’s central location in respect to Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, make it an ideal address for the business guest. To give you an idea: the hotel is just two hours drive from Maastricht and Brussels. The hotel staff’s service is extremely personal and nothing is too much to ask here. And there are also a number of special facilities for the business guest, such as free Wi-Fi, free cycle hire, free use of the board room, breakfast from 6:00 a.m. and free use of the wellness centre.
Meetings in the middle of a wine village
What better place to organise a business meeting: in the middle of a wine village in the German Mosel area. One thing is guaranteed: in the beautiful surroundings of Nittel, with its vineyards and river landscapes, you can start your meetings completely relaxed. The hotel has its own conference room with space for 10 people. In addition, there are two other rooms for groups from eight to seventy people. All rooms are provided with a projector screen, projector, flip chart and free Wi-Fi. The best part is the evening programme, which the hotel can organise for you on request. This could include a torch-lit walk through the vineyards, a canoe trip on the Mosel or a wine-tasting.
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|Standard Comfort Room Have a good night in our freshly renovated rooms, with spacious comfortable extra long beds (2,10m). The room features a Flat screen TV, a telephone, hairdryer and rituals amenities. We provide laundr||Book this room|
|DTCom Special. laundry service- in room coffee-tea lounge-hairdryer-rituals amenities-rain shower sauna- bath robe and slippers includ- dogs until 15kg welkom||Book this room|
|Family Room Sleep well in our freshly renovated family rooms, with spaciuos comfortable extra long beds (2,10m). The room features a Flat screen TV, a telephone, hairdryer and rituals amenities. We serve laundry||Book this room|
|Single Room Renovated rooms with comfortable long beds (2.10 m). Room is equipped with a flat screen TV, telephone, hairdryer and rituals amenities Dogs up to 15kg are welcome. WiFi and water are free.||Book this room|
Hampshire Hotels has compiled a number of attractive meeting deals for you. All required services are included and the price is per person. Nice and simple!
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|Flipchart, markers & paper|
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|Iced water & peppermints|
|Unlimited coffee & tea|
|‘After 10 Hampshire coffee break’|
|Overnight stay including breakfast|
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Hampshire Moselhotel – Nitteler Hof is located in the romantic wine village of Nittel, just two hours drive from Maastricht and Brussels. In the German Mosel area, enjoying is key. Not just the wines, but also the restaurant’s fantastic restaurant. And the other hotel services, such as the wellness centre in the Roman vaulted cellar, the bowling alley and the extensive children’s playroom.
Hampshire Moselhotel - Nitteler Hof’s surroundings are perfect for a fantastic weekend away or a mini holiday not too far away from the Netherlands. You can cycle, walk, play golf, and enjoy delicious foods and sublime wines. The hotel is located extremely centrally in the three-country area, Germany-Luxembourg-France. This means that the choice for city trips is extensive: Metz in France, the city of Luxembourg, Saarburg, and Trier – the oldest city in Germany – are all close by.
In the breathtaking surroundings of the beautiful wine village of Nittel you can enjoy fantastic walks and cycling trips. Trier, the oldest city in Germany, was once the capital city of the northern Roman Empire. There are museums and monuments everywhere that recall this period. Tips:
The birthplace of Karl Marx is on Brückenstraße 10 in Trier. Today in Karl Marx House, there’s a permanent Karl Marx exhibition (1818-1883) about Karl Marx and his influential ideas. The most famous museum in Trier is Rheinisches Landesmuseum. You’re given a good impression here of what happened in the first four centuries after Christ.
Places of interest
There are beautiful Roman buildings in Trier, such as Porta Nigra, the best-preserved Roman city gate to the north of the Alps, the not-to-be-missed Dom in the centre of Trier and one of the city’s main attractions: the Keizerlijke Thermen. In the city of Metz you’ll find Cathédrale Saint-Étienne, one of the most beautiful Gothic cathedrals in France. You can view the famous lead glass windows by artist Chagall here.
Walking and cycling
Don’t forget to pack your walking boots if you’re coming to the Mosel area, because there are tremendous walks here. There are beautiful walks laid out along castles, fortresses and famous vineyards. There’s lots for cyclists to relish. For instance you can take the famous Mosel-Radweg (238 kilometres) along the Mosel to Koblenz. Or the Saar-Radweg (110 kilometres) that runs from the mouth of the Saar in the Mosel to Saargemünd in France.
For an impressive bird of prey show, you can visit Greifvogelpark Saalburg. At the end of the show, the children can have a photo taken with a falcon. When the weather’s fine, you can zoom down the 500-metre Zomerrodelbaan toboggan run Saar-Rodel in Saarburg.
Golfing is fantastic in these beautiful surroundings, for instance at the 18-hole golf course at Golfclub Trier and Golf Club Cochem/Mosel in Ediger-Eller or the 9-hole golf course at Golf-Club Hanh.
Restaurant Terracotta is oriented towards Mediterranean cuisine. The chefs work only with first-class seasonal produce. There’s a charcoal grill in the open kitchen on which the specialities of the house are prepared: home-smoked salmon, trout, duck and corn-fed chicken. And the restaurant has more classics that people come back for: steak, pork fillet with Gorgonzola and various renowned desserts. And of course there is a wide choice of wines from the region on the wine menu, including those made from the Elbling grape. You can choose from no fewer than 105(!) local wines.
The combination of tapas and wine is a tried and tested recipe. In Spain they’ve enjoyed it for centuries and tapas have also been a hit in Europe for some time. You can take your time enjoying these Spanish snacks in the hotel’s tapas bar. And when the weather's fine, you can adjourn to the terrace. Of course with a matching Mosel wine.