Germany's oldest water-driven cable car - the Nerobergbahn - carries people effortlessly to the summit of the Neroberg. What a way to unwind! The stunning views over the city alone are enough to destress you. The idyllic Kurpark, another perfect place to get away from the hectic and stress of everyday life, is a mass of magnolia blossom in the spring and a great place to unwind whilst paddling across the lake in the summer.
Every year in June Wilhelmstraße is transformed into the "Theatrium“, a fabulous festival of culinary delights and culture where, thanks to the Nassauer Hof, there are delicacies to delight even the most demanding gourmet. An important date to note down for August is the Rheingauer Weinwoche when vintners from the Rheingau set up their stands all around the Marktkirche to promote their wines.
A stroll through the streets of the city opens up a myriad of things to see. Don't miss: the historic Kurhaus right opposite the hotel, the largest cuckoo clock in the world and the Römertor - the oldest edifice in the city. The Rathaus (city hall), the state parliament building and the Marktkirche, which thanks to its 98 m high tower, is the highest building in Wiesbaden are all located in the centre of the city and can be easily reached on foot from the Nassauer Hof hotel.