Medicine, lifestyle and pleasure in sunny Nahetal…
Traditional and modern; Wellness and medical competence; light, air, water, loam – those are the elements from which Menschel’s Vitalresort an der Nahe derives his highly effective, synergetic holistic concept “Medical Wellness & Felke”. The stylish and pleasantly manageable building in English country house style with its 30 rooms is located amidst the spacious private park with old trees. Not far away, embedded in the light green of the park, the spa provides a wide view of the surrounding countryside. In 2014, the property was supplied with a new guesthouse: The sustainabele large circular building with a good 500 m² has eight double rooms, two suites and treatment rooms. It is rounded off by a mud treatment building as well as a large natural bathing pond to complete the high quality medical wellness portfolio at Menschels Vitalresort.
The hotel’s two doctors, a home economics expert and a qualified team of trainers dedicate themselves to the personal needs of the guests. Preventative measures, acupuncture and special training against the burn-out syndrome are on the agenda just like the back check, the efficient strengthening of the back. One main focus of this hotel is the Felke treatment and the Buchinger fasting cure. Together with the excellent spa area and the certified “Cuisine Wellness Bio”, a wellness holiday at the Menschel family’s hotel will thus be a time of relaxation during which the guests can find their way to an enjoyable, active and healthy lifestyle.
Menschels Vitalresort specialises in medical wellness, Felke therapy with natural mud treatment and therapeutic fasting based on Buchinger. In addition, the hotel cuisine is 100% organic-certified and focuses on vegetarian food. Good to know: At Menschels Vitalresort, sustainability does not end at the product; the hotel is the winner of the Green Spa Award and continuously extends its dedication to sustainability.
The wellness and spa area at Menschels Vitalresort covers about 1,300 m². The thermal baths in the park are surrounded by 35,000 m² private park, which stretches down to near the riverbanks and provides a view of the Rheingrafenberg:
seraglio bath, Laconium, scented steam bath and Finnish sauna; luxury beauty treatments and energy treatments. Special experiences with Medical-Wellness & Felke, as well as with natural clay wraps and packs. Meditation with Tibetan singing bowls, Tai Chi, Nordic Walking, professional personal coaching and substantial fitness and relaxation advice, life style coaching, diet planning and advice, sports and vitality check, fitness training machines for your back.
When it comes to cosmetics, the powers of nature are focussed on at Menschels Vitalresort: Products by Pharmos Natur and Dr. Hauschka are used here. Further more: wellness massage, wellbeing baths, Beauty-Man-Power, energy massage.
Wellness & Care
Medical Wellness, medical doctors for diagnosis, therapy, naturopathy, acupuncture, chirotherapy, Dr. Wolff's back diagnostic technique, healing fasts, ECG and lactate test.
Rhineland- Palatinate’s open-air museum; the “hidden treasures” of the Nahe Valley (e.g. ruin of the convent of Disibodenberg, place where Hildegard of Bingen spent most of her liftetime); barefoot path along the Nahe river; wineries; five golf courts nearby; Tennis; guided hiking tours.
“Healthy culinary delights, English country cottage lifestyle, and individual flair” – the cuisine in Menschels Vitalresort is characterised by delicious food and healthy lifestyle. The certified organic restaurant (“Bio-Hotel”) serves a vegetarian cuisine with fish. The house offers individual nutrition concepts and counselling, focussing on a healthy balanced diet.
General Terms and Conditions for Hotel Accommodation Contracts
I. Scope of Applicability
1. These Terms and Conditions govern contracts for the rental use of hotel rooms for lodging purposes, as well as all other goods and services rendered by the hotel for the customer.
2. The prior written consent of the hotel is required if rooms provided are to be sublet or rented to other parties or used other than for lodging purposes, whereby § 540, para. 1, sentence 2 German Civil Code is waived insofar as the customer is not a consumer.
3. The customer’s general terms and conditions shall apply only if these are previously ex-pressly agreed in writing.
II. Conclusion of Contract, Parties, Liability, Statute of Limitations
1. The contract shall come into force upon the hotel’s acceptance of the customer’s application. At its discretion, the hotel may confirm the room reservation in writing.
2. The parties to the contract are the Menschels Vitalresort | Felke-Kurhaus Menschel OHG (hotel) and the customer. If a third party placed the order on behalf of the customer, then that party shall be liable vis-à-vis the hotel for all obligations arising from the hotel accommodation contract as joint and several debtor together with the customer, insofar as the hotel has a corresponding statement by the third party.
3. Any claims against the hotel shall generally be time-barred one year after the commence-ment of the general statute of limitations dependent upon knowledge of § 199, para. 1 German Civil Code. Damage claims shall be time-barred after five years, independent of knowledge. The reduction of the statute of limitation periods shall not apply for claims which are based on an intentional or grossly negligent breach of obligation by the hotel.
III. Services, Prices, Payment, Set-Off
1. The hotel is obligated to keep the rooms reserved by the customer available and to render the agreed services.
2. The customer is obligated to pay the applicable or agreed hotel prices for rooms provided and for other services used. This shall also apply to the hotel’s services and outlays to third parties caused by the customer.
3. The agreed prices include applicable value-added tax as required by law. If the period between conclusion and fulfillment of the contract exceeds four months and if the price gen-erally charged by the hotel for such services increases, then the hotel may raise the contractually agreed price to a reasonable extent but not, however, by more than five percent.
4. Moreover, the hotel may change prices if the customer later wishes to make changes in the number of reserved rooms, the hotel’s services, or the length of guests’ stay, and the hotel consents to such changes.
5. Hotel invoices not showing a due date are payable and due in full within ten days of receipt. The hotel shall be entitled at any time to make accumulating accounts receivable payable and due and to demand payment without undue delay. With default of payment, the hotel shall be entitled to demand the respectively applicable statutory default interest in the amount of currently 8 percent or, with legal transactions with a consumer, in the amount of 5 percent above the base interest rate. The hotel reserves the right to prove greater damage.
6. The hotel is entitled to require a reasonable advance payment or security deposit upon conclusion of the contract or thereafter, observing the legal provisions for package tours. The amount of the advance payment and payment dates may be agreed in writing in the contract.
7. The customer may only set-off or reduce a claim by the hotel with a claim which is undisputed or decided with final, res judicata effect.
IV. Repudiation by Customer (Cancellation, Annulment)/Failure to Use Hotel Services (No Show)
1. Cancellation by the customer of the contract concluded with the hotel requires the hotel’s written consent. If such is not given, then the price agreed in the contract must be paid even if the customer does not avail himself of the contractual services. This shall not apply with the breach of obligation of the hotel to take into account the rights, objects of legal protection and interests of the customer, if holding to the contract is no longer reasonable or another statutory or contractual cancellation right exists.
2. To the extent the hotel and customer agreed in writing upon a date for a cost-free cancella-tion of the contract, the customer may cancel the contract up to that date without incurring payment or damage compensation claims by the hotel. The customer’s right of cancellation shall expire if he does not exercise his cancellation right in writing vis-à-vis the hotel by the agreed date, insofar as no case pursuant to Nr. 1, sentence 3 supra exists.
3. If rooms are not used by the customer, the hotel must apply credit for the income from renting the rooms to other parties and also for saved expenses.
4. At its discretion, the hotel may demand the contractually agreed compensation and to make a flat-rate deduction for saved expenses. In this case, the customer is obligated to pay 90 percent of the contractually agreed rate for lodging with or without breakfast, 70 percent for room and half-board, and 60 percent for room and full-board arrangements.
The customer is at liberty to show that the claim mentioned above was not created or not created in the amount demanded.
V. Repudiation by Hotel
1. To the extent that a right of cost-free cancellation within a certain period was agreed in writing for the customer, the hotel is entitled for its part to cancel the contract during that period if there are inquiries from other customers regarding the contractually reserved rooms and the customer does not waive his right of rescission upon inquiry thereof by the hotel.
2. If an agreed advance payment or an advance payment demanded pursuant to Item III, Nr. 6 supra is not made even after a reasonable grace period set by the hotel has expired, then the hotel is likewise entitled to cancel the contract.
3. Moreover, the hotel is entitled to effect extraordinary cancellation of the contract for a materially justifiable cause, e.g. if
force majeure or other circumstances for which the hotel is not responsible make it impossible to fulfill the contract;
rooms are reserved with misleading or false information regarding material facts, such as the identity of the customer or the purpose;
the hotel has justified cause to believe that use of the hotel’s services might jeopardize the smooth operation of the hotel, its security or public reputation, without being attributable to the hotel’s sphere of control or organization;
there is a breach of the item I. Nr. 2 supra.
4. The customer can derive no right to compensation from justified cancellation by the hotel.
VI. Room Availability, Delivery and Return
1. The customer does not acquire the right to be provided specific rooms.
2. Reserved rooms are available to the customer starting at 3:00 p.m. on the agreed arrival date. The customer does not have the right to earlier availability.
3. Rooms must be vacated and made available to the hotel no later than 12:00 noon on the agreed departure date. After that time, on the grounds of the delayed vacating of the room for use exceeding the contractual time, the hotel may charge 50 percent of the full accommodation rate (list price) for the additional use of the room until 6:00 p.m. (after 6:00 p.m.: 100 percent). The customer is at liberty to show the hotel that it incurred no or much lesser claim to use damages.
VII. Liability of the Hotel
1. The hotel is liable to exercise the duty of care of an ordinary merchant with the performance of its obligations arising from the contract. Claims of the customer for reimbursement of damages are precluded except for such which result from injury to life, body or health and the hotel is responsible for the breach of the obligation, other damage which is caused from an intentional or grossly negligent breach of obligation and damage which is caused from an intentional or negligent breach of obligations of the hotel which are typical for the contract. A breach of obligation of the hotel is deemed to be the equivalent to a breach of a statutory representative or employee. Should disruptions or defects in the performance of the hotel occur, the hotel shall act to remedy such upon knowledge thereof or upon objection without undue delay by the customer. The customer shall be obliged to undertake actions reasonable for him to eliminate the disruption and to keep any possible damage at a minimum.
2. The hotel is liable to the customer for property brought in to the hotel in accordance with the statutory provisions, i.e., up to one hundred times the room rate, not to exceed € 3,500 and up to € 800. For cash, securities and valuables. Cash, securities and valuables up to a maximum value of € (insert insured amount of hotel) may be stored in the hotel safe or room safe. The hotel recommends that guests utilize this possibility.
Liability claims expire unless the customer notifies the hotel immediately after gaining knowledge of the loss, destruction, or damage (§ 703 German Civil Code). With regard to more extensive liability of the hotel, Nr. 1, sentences 2 to 4 supra shall apply respectively.
3. Insofar as a parking space is provided to the customer in the hotel garage or a hotel parking lot, this does not constitute a safekeeping agreement, even if a fee is exchanged. The hotel assumes no liability for loss of or damage to motor vehicles parked or maneuvered on the hotel’s property, nor the contents thereof, excepting cases of intent or gross negligence. Nr. 1, sentences 2 to 4 supra shall apply respectively.
4. Wake-up calls are carried out by the hotel with the greatest possible diligence.Messages, mail, and merchandise deliveries for guests are handled with care. The hotel will deliver, hold, and for a fee forward such items (on request). Nr. 1, sentences 2 to 4 supra shall ap-ply respectively.
VIII. Final Provisions
1. Amendments and supplements to the contract, the acceptance of applications, or these General Terms and Conditions for Hotel Accommodation should be made in writing. Unilateral amendments and supplements by the customer are not valid.
2. Place of performance and payment is the location of the hotel’s registered office.
3. In the event of dispute, including disputes for checks and bills of exchange, the courts at the location of the hotel’s registered office shall have exclusive jurisdiction for commercial transactions. Insofar as a contracting party fulfills the requirements of § 38, para. 2 of the German Code of Civil Procedure and does not have a general venue within the country, the courts at the location of the hotel’s registered office shall have jurisdiction.
4. The contract is governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany. The application of the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods and the conflict of laws are precluded.
5. Should individual provisions of these General Terms and Conditions for Hotel Accommodation be or become invalid or void, the validity of the remaining provisions shall remain unaffected thereby. The statutory provisions shall also be applicable.
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