Hotel Des Vignes Restaurant Du Pressoir
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Des Vignes Restaurant Du Pressoir Remich
Spectacular location on the tup of the hill over looking the town of Remich, vineyards on the hillside and looking over the Mosel River to Germany. Very comfortable although a bit old fashioned. Great breakfast. You can boil your own eggs! Rooms are spacious and well laid out, with a glassed in balcony which also has a sunbathing lounger. The restaurant has a limited menu but the food is very good and the staff attentive. All hotel staff were beautifully mannered and extremely helpful.
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