About Us

Here you can find plenty of information to help you to form an idea of us, the hotel, and the very special atmosphere of our premises.
Find out more about the team and facilities.
In our gallery, we have captured a few beautiful impressions of our hotel, guests, and functions.

Our philosophy
The wellbeing of our guests is very important to us.
Naturally, providing you with great service and comfortable rooms is at the centre of our efforts. It is our hotel’s philosophy to inspire and pamper our guests; it is something we have devoted ourselves to since the very beginning and pass on to our employees.
We consider it our job to make your stay with us an unforgettable experience.

History of the building
In 1973, the premises were built as a block of apartments and, a few years later, the previous owner converted it into a Hotel Garni. In 1982, the Müller family acquired the Hotel Römerstein. Since the death of their mother, siblings Heinz-Dieter Müller and Sonja Sonnack née Müller have continued to run the hotel by themselves. Throughout the years, 7 rooms with a shared toilet per floor became 17 en-suite rooms. In 1995, the hotel was closed for the first and only time for general renovations. Since its reopening half a year later, the building has featured 25 en-suite rooms, a sauna with exercise equipment, and a restaurant.

Your team at Hotel Römerstein


Sights in the area:
The Mainz Cathedral, Chagall windows, Gutenberg Museum, Fastnachtsbrunnen, Mainz 05 Stadium, and the University of Mainz can be easily reached on foot.

City centre

Mainz is the largest city and capital of Germany’s Rhineland-Palatinate region, as well as home to the Johannes Gutenberg University, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mainz, and several television and radio broadcasters.


The city of Mainz is of Roman origins and has a history of over 2000 years. It was founded as the Roman stronghold of Mogontiacum.

Who we are

We are a passionate, family-owned business of 35 years, and we are always working to develop through our experiences.