Here in the middle of Germany, the enchanting north meets the hospitable mountainous South. Hospitality, charm and comfortable rooms are Tandreas Hotel’s trademarks. The family run hotel embodies the best of attentive service. The hotel is located in the university city of Giessen.
A substantial number of regular guests hold the hotel’s culinary versatility in high esteem. On the menu are both international and regional dishes, often served with a Spanish touch. If you would like to go on a gastronomic adventure, a tasting menu is offered in the weekends.
The charming restaurant and cosy wine lounge serve delightful accompanying wines. Hostess and sommelier Tanja Steinbrecher Levoux would love to surprise you with unusual wines from the personal wine cellar. If you have something to celebrate, Tandreas offers the perfect intimate venue for your festivities. A visit to the botanical gardens is certainly recommended.
Chef Timo Fago’s menu offers international cuisine but also regional dishes, and fusions of the two. The Chef’s motto is: Less is More. His signature dishes consist of one key ingredient of the highest quality, an exquisite sauce and as often as not a Spanish twist. Excite and delight your palate Monday – Saturday in the dining room with the gastronomical menus created by this acclaimed chef. Last but not least: the price-quality ratio is very good.
The warm and friendly wine lounge/ bar with comfortable sitting area and charming bar is the ideal venue to meet up and have a good glass of wine. Hostess Tanja Gerlach personally created the extensive wine list.
The restaurant is opened Mondays through Saturdays between 18.00h - 22.00h, Tuesdays through Fridays between 12.00h - 14.00h.
The terrace has a relaxed waterfront atmosphere including beach chairs. Weather permitting, breakfast is served on the terrace.
University City Gießen on the river Lahn is the cultural and economic heart of the Upper Hesse region. It is a lively town with pubs and restaurants for every purse and it offers good shopping opportunities. The Matheamticum and Justus Liebig’s original laboratory are unique science museums. In the middle of town you will find the historic Botanical Garden, created 400 years ago. Three mountain ranges surround Gießen: the Westerwald, the Taunus and the Vogelsberg, providing many opportunities for walking and cycling.