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Golf Hotels in German Wine Route, Rhineland-Palatinate

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Featured German Wine Route Golf Hotels

Gartenhotel Heusser
4 out of 5
Seebacher Str. 50-52, Bad Duerkheim, RP
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Rs11,124
per night
13 Dec-14 Dec
4.3/5Excellent! (49 reviews)
Beautiful gardens

"Excellent friendly service. Very nice room with air conditioning. Beautiful gardens."…"

Reviewed on 17 Jun 2017

Gartenhotel Heusser
Gutshof Ziegelhuette
3.5 out of 5
Luitpoldstrasse 75-79, Edenkoben, RP
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Rs8,172
per night
10 Dec-11 Dec
4.2/5Very Good! (32 reviews)
Good accommodation

"Pleasant hotel in two parts - accommodation in second part which meant going outside to get breakfast etc. Room big with balcony, although road right outside it was not noisy. No air-con though. Breakfast good choice, cooked if you wanted it and meals in the hotel good too. Service a bit slow."…"

Reviewed on 20 Jul 2015

Gutshof Ziegelhuette
halbersbacher. hotel annaberg
3.5 out of 5
Annabergstraße 1, Bad Duerkheim
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Rs6,920
per night
10 Dec-11 Dec
3.5/5Good! (6 reviews)
Pleasant stay

"This hotel was affordable to stay in for two people. You are in the middle of German wine country and the hotel is surrounded by vineyards. There are walking paths throughout the grapes which makes the area perfect for an afternoon walk. Additionally the wifi was extremely fast. After a long day ..."…"

Reviewed on 8 Jul 2016

halbersbacher. hotel annaberg
Hotel Luisenpark
3 out of 5
Kurtalstraße 57, Bad Bergzabern, RP
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4/5Very Good! (15 reviews)

"Clean, peaceful, comfortable. Pleasant staff and great breakfast selections."…"

Reviewed on 11 Jul 2019

Hotel Luisenpark
Das Prinzregent
4 out of 5
Unter dem Kloster 1, Edenkoben, RP
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Rs9,858
per night
15 Dec-16 Dec
4.5/5Wonderful! (28 reviews)

"This property is in a charming area of the Wine Country in Germany. We enjoyed borrowing the hotel's bicycles to explore the paths around the vineyards. I wish they had more than 2 bikes to loan for the entire family. The setting is beautiful. I wish we could have stayed longer. The hotel restaurant ..."…"

Reviewed on 11 Aug 2019

Das Prinzregent
Hotel Restaurant Speeter
3 out of 5
Leistadter Straße 11, Weisenheim am Berg, Rheinland Pfalz
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
Rs5,963
per night
15 Dec-16 Dec
4.4/5Wonderful! (55 reviews)

"good service, friendly staff and good value for money"…"

Reviewed on 28 Jul 2019

Hotel Restaurant Speeter
Hotel-Restaurant Zum Winzergarten
3 out of 5
Am Nussbaum 6, Weisenheim am Berg, RP
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3.4/5Good! (27 reviews)
Decent enough

"It was ok. Room was basic, but pretty cold. The restaurant was shut the night I got there, and there was only one place in the village which was open (which wasn't great...) Wifi was decent, and the breakfast was pretty good too."…"

Reviewed on 8 May 2015

Hotel-Restaurant Zum Winzergarten
Mercure Bad Duerkheim an den Salinen
4 out of 5
Kurbrunnenstrasse 30 - 32, Bad Duerkheim, RP
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
Rs5,006
per night
20 Dec-21 Dec
3.9/5Good! (113 reviews)

"The Hotel was quite comfortable however the conveyance to and fro from the hotel to the City was not."…"

Reviewed on 29 Jan 2018

Mercure Bad Duerkheim an den Salinen
Pfalzhotel Asselheim
4 out of 5
Holzweg 6, Gruenstadt, RP
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Rs7,730
per night
15 Dec-16 Dec
4.3/5Excellent! (75 reviews)
No queens

"The only thing i would say that was a sad, I reserved a room for a queen size bed and they do not have any. They go by the dimensions of a queen by putting two extra beds together. So I really paid an extra 40 euro for nothing."…"

Reviewed on 23 Apr 2019

Pfalzhotel Asselheim
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What is a golf hotel?

 

Golf hotels provide a play-and-stay experience for golfers. They offer lodging and convenient access to a golf course, along with all the usual facilities of a hotel. On Expedia, you can find golf hotels which have either a 9+ golf course on site, or are located adjacent to a 18+ hole golf course. In the second case, the hotel has a partnership with the golf course and provides guests with conveniences such as a transport shuttles.

 

What can I expect when I stay at a German Wine Route golf hotel?

 

What’s offered by each golf hotel is different. Often they offer equipment rentals, caddies, golf carts, and transport to a golf course. Depending on the hotel and room type, this may be included in the rate or available at a surcharge.

Some hotels offer room rates inclusive of green fees or a number of games. You can find out more information about what’s included on the specific property page on Expedia.

 

What is a golf resort?

 

Golf resorts are typically larger than golf hotels, with more facilities and a full golf package. At a golf resort you might stay in chalets or in a large estate house, but everything golf is onsite. Green and cart fees are often included in the package price, along with accommodation, meals, and entertainment. An onsite golf shop will sell or rent kit and usually has a good selection of golf shoes and golf-ready outfits.

It’s all here. Arrange lessons, enjoy a few drinks at the ‘19th hole,’ share golfing tales over dinner—some golf resorts welcome and entertain family, too, so everyone has a vacation.

 

What’s the difference between a German Wine Route golf hotel and a country club?

 

As gathering places for the local well-to-do, country clubs are privately owned and often quite exclusive. Golf hotels, on the other hand, welcome guests from across the globe who want to enjoy golf and the privilege of staying in some stunning places. They may even share the country club’s facilities in some cases.

 

Can I get lessons at a German Wine Route golf hotel?

 

Yes, at many golf hotels you can get lessons on site. Some packages include lessons, but you can also book your room first and later arrange for lessons. Speak either to the golf shop or hotel reception, who will have more information. Alternatively, call ahead by using the hotel contact details on your Expedia booking confirmation.

If your hotel is affiliated with a golf club rather than having its own golf course, you might need to talk to the golf pro at the club.

 

Do German Wine Route golf hotels do corporate golf days?

 

Yes, most golf hotels offer corporate experiences and packages. Find out more on the property details page of the German Wine Route hotel you’re interested in.

 

How do I book a tee time at my German Wine Route golf hotel?

 

As every German Wine Route golf hotel is different, either talk with the hotel reception or the golf shop. It’s advisable to call ahead before your stay, so you can get your favorite tee time. You can contact the hotel directly using the details on your booking confirmation.

 

What are the best destinations for golf in the world?

 

Here are some great destinations for golf trips, each offering the chance to play in a different landscape:

 

What is the golf capital of the world?

 

Myrtle Beach is known as the golf capital of the world. Though not official, this self-given title befits Myrtle Beach, as the destination has many courses along a long stretch along South Carolina’s coast. Golf is affordable and accessible here, with lots of resorts and entertainment around to make for a great golfing trip.