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New thermal bath


  A new dimension
  of well-being

  In december 2012 one of
  the most modern and
  attractive well-feeling
  thermal baths in Germany
  has been opened.
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Strength and vitality

Spa week in Bad Ems

  Spa week in Bad Ems
  from € 356 on

  Profit from the concentrated
  medical competence of the
  health resort for seven days.
  Strengthen your health and
  summon up new energy.
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Ride on!

The Ems Bikepark

  The Ems Bikepark 

  High above Bad Ems a
  mountain-bike-flow-trail
  makes every biker’s heart
  flutter.
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Our guides

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Madame Sylvie DuperrierRenate Dänzer
Madame Sylvie Duperrier a guest from Paris (1881). She stayed in Petite Eylisee. Her dress dates from the “Gründerjahre” (1871 – 1873) shortly after the Franco-Prussian War. She travelled from Paris to Bad Ems by train. Her extensive luggage consisted of the latest Paris fashion. She was looking forward to the “Vanity Fair” in Bad Ems and hoped to marry well among the aristocratic society here in Bad Ems.




Hans Krämer, KaufmannNorbert Krämer
Mr Hans Krämer, a merchant from Tier, was a guest in Bad Ems in 1900. During a 10 weeks lasting health cure he stayed in the “Alter Kaiser” from May to July.

 

 

 

 

 

Hannes der Eselführer Hans Jürgen Sarholz
Hannes was a donkey tender and a servant for the aristocratic ladies and gentlemen in the middle of the 19th century

 

 

 

 

 

Geheimrat DattelzweigGünter Gebhard
Privy Councillor Dattelzweig from Prague was a guest in Bad Ems in the middle of the 19th century and stayed in the hotel “Darmstädter Hof”.

 

 

 




Feldwebel Plaschke Klaus Klein
Sergeant Plaschke, 2nd Rheinisches Infanterieregiment No. 28. The regiment was based in the fortress “Ehrenbreitstein” from 1885 to 1914. During the weekends he visited his sister Elisabeth, who took a cure in Bad Ems and stayed in the hotel “Algier”.

 

 



Grete das Brunnenmädchen Annegret Werner-Scholz
Grete was a seasonal worker and worked as a maid in the spring-hall and in the hotel. Her dress dates from the early 20th century.

 

 

 

 

 

Van der VlietKarl Heinz Burke
Van der Vliet, an advocate from Amsterdam, who took a cure together with his wife Anna in Bad Ems, stayed in the Hotel “Russischer Hof”. He travelled by boat along the Rhine to Coblenz and then to Bad Ems overland.

 

 



 Still more competence

Andrea Schneider, Karl-Werner Köpper and Jörg Strack have been guides for many years and are on hand, too.