Schloss Berge

Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Schloss Berge was mentioned first time in the 13th century, but the current Late Baroque and Classicism style appearance dates from 1785-1788. Today Berge is a hotel and restaurant.


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Founded: 1785-1788
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Emerging States (Germany)

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Beata Wójtowicz (6 months ago)
Great place. Amazing food♥️
Henry X (10 months ago)
Beautiful Germany hotel in the centre of the park. Only stayed for one night but i could see it was very well prepared for weddings. Stayed in a junior suite that was massive! With my wife and two kids. Room was great, beds were quite hard but you cant have it all! Breakfast was fantastic with freshly squezze orange juice, cooked breakfast, fresh rolls pastries, meat and cheese. The waitress was amazing!!
Y P (11 months ago)
Nice small building (called castle). Nice park with sea next to it. Here you can relax, take a walk, get something to drink or eat. Nice place to calm down.
William (14 months ago)
This brunch is in my opinion is not worth 39 euros per person. The food is edible but there's no wow factor. I also didn't appreciate the fact that the chefs tending to the buffets had dirty aprons on. I was a chef ?‍? for 16 years and that's definitely a no no. Get it together guys where's your professional pride? I found the service personnel to be friendly enough and the location was good ?. There's a great deal of room for improvement here. Maybe I will come back and do a checkup in a few months ?.
Amelie Gericke (3 years ago)
This used to be a great place to eat out - gorgeous surroundings and beautiful old building. Unfortunately the quality of the food and the value for money is not up to date anymore (plus the interior is rather old fashioned but if the food is great I would not say anything!). In our group of seven two of beef filets had to be returned as they were well done rather than medium rare. My pasta with prawns had 2.5 prawns and was overcooked - I could go on. We gave feedback to the kitchen and the head of restaurant who was thankful for our comments after coming a few times a year, however I don’t think we’ll come back anytime soon.
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