Sights & Acivities
Under the banner of “My paradise. Under palm trees”, an absolutely premium-segment vacation world, nestled in the charming scenery of the Erftauen river meadows, awaits our visitors here in Euskirchen. In the wide range of offers that cover ...read more
The Euskirchen region is home to a number of castles. Burg Satzvey is one of the more famous of these and is definitely worth a visit. The medieval moated castle from the twelfth century is one of the best preserved castles in the ...read more
Since 2004, the Hohes Venn-Eifel Nature Park has also been home to the Eifel National Park. Like the whole Eifel region, the national park is also worth a visit. In addition to many hiking routes and a unique experience of nature, in Burg ...read more
Phantasialand Theme Park
Our hotel is at the ideal distance for those who want to spend an exciting day in the well-known Phantasialand in Brühl. With around 2 million visitors a year, Phantasialand is one of the largest adventure parks in Germany. Alongside many rides ...read more
You’ll be hard pressed to find a place where the motor racing boasts greater variety; where the surroundings and nature are more charming, and the fans more committed to “their track”. The longest and most beautiful race track in the world ...read more
Is the largest economic metropolis on the Rhine with one million inhabitants and 20 million people in the catchment area. The main factor behind the successful development of the Cologne region was – and remains – its central and extremely ...read more
So there’s the old Parliament House, Tall Eugen, and the government district - and that’s all, right? Wrong. There’s more to Bonn: The Romans built a legion camp here more than 2,000 years ago, and the electors of Cologne once resided here ...read more
Cloth factory at the Rheinisches Industriemuseum
The Müller cloth factory had to cease operations in 1961 due to a lack of orders. But the owner Kurt Müller hoped to be able to resume production. Which was why he kept everything in his company exactly as it had been when the workers left on ...read more
Kommern Open-Air Museum
The four regions of the Rhineland, the Eifel, the Westerwald, the Lower Rhine, and Bergisches Land, are each represented by a different group of buildings. The building clusters, embedded in a museum landscape with fields, farm gardens and ...read more
The Schloss Miel Golf Club
The Schloss Miel Golf Club, located in the charming landscape of the Voreifel, offers the prospect of challenging rounds for practised golfers or a completely relaxing golfing experience in the immediate vicinity of Beethoven's birthplace, the ...read more
The Pezer family has been running the modern, contemporary, and comfortable Hotel Regent In Euskirchen on the edge of the Eifel for more than 25 years. As passionate hoteliers, the Pezers and their team bring their own qualities to bear on shaping the friendly and personal character of the hotel and attach great importance to satisfying their guests. This also includes the moderate room rates.
The central location in the heart of the city makes it perfect for taking a stroll, while at the same time being so well hidden that you can enjoy your peace and quiet at night. The many attractions in and around Euskirchen, as well as its proximity to Bonn, the Eifel National Park and the wine-growing region in the Ahr Valley, make the Hotel Regent the perfect starting point for numerous activities.
The rich, varied, and balanced breakfast buffet, which is available for you to enjoy in a quiet and friendly environment, offers ample refreshment.If you would like to know more about us, then please just contact us or call us on +49 (0) 22 51 / 44 66.