Mercure Hotel Regensburg

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Grunewaldstrasse 16, (formerly Quality Hotel), Regensburg, Bavaria, 93053, Germany
Mercure Hotel Regensburg
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
20%
13
Very Good
48%
30
Average
22%
14
Poor
3%
2
Terrible
4%
3

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 42% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families89
  • Couples79
  • Solo60
  • Business52

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Regensburg to Kelheim

by wompbomp

We will visit Regensburg in May and would like to take the cruise to and from Kelheim to the Weltenburg monastery. What is the best way to get to Kelheim? Can we take a bus direct from Regensburg? Thank you.
Carol

Re: Regensburg to Kelheim

by leics

Bahn.de shows a Train + bus combination taking 38 minutes.

You take the train from Regensburg station to Saal, then the bus to Kelheim from there.

http://www.bahn.com/i/view/overseas/en/index.shtml

will give you times and info in English. Search for 'Kelheim Zentrum' One-way fare is 5.30 euro.

I can't find a direct bus using

http://www.bayern-fahrplan.de/auskunft/fahrplanauskunft

Re: Regensburg to Kelheim

by wompbomp

Thank you, leics; that is very helpful.
Carol

Re: Regensburg to Kelheim

by leics

You're welcome. Enjoy your trip! :-)

Travel Tips for Regensburg

Tourist information

by tessy

One of the most important places for Regensburg tourists is the tourist information. The most important thing to get there are the tickets: for the city tour, for a guided tour, for a guided tour in the town hall, ....
The Tourist inforamtion is in the old city.
here the adress: Rathausplatz 3
Tel.: +49-(0)941/507-4410 oder -3412
Fax: +49-(0)941/507-4418
E-Mail: tourismus@regensburg.de Here you find a map of the old city and a descrition how to go there
http://www.regensburg.de/tourismus/service/lageplan.shtml

a heavenly mix of malt & hops

by richiecdisc

The final leg on the bus was tedious in reverse and we were happy to find ourselves on the familiar trek uphill to Kneitinger on landing in Regensburg. The beer garden was closed for the season but the bustling from inside was easily heard on our approach. We entered to find a packed house. After a vain attempt to unearth a seat, we backed into a corner stand-up table, hoping to be served a beer. We were told shortly that you had to be seated to be served for this special tapping. We explained there were no seats and that we’d come a long way for the event. He took us around to look for a seat and a couple locals offered to squeeze us in at their table. They were a friendly lot and one of them spoke some English so I got to wax philosophical about my beery adventures, of which he was impressed. We waited quite some time before they tapped the special bock beer to signal in the autumn season. It soon arrived, a dark beauty with a dense tan head. It was a heavenly mix of malt and hops that puts the Oktoberfest beers of Munich to shame. We were in need of some food if we were to consume much of this liquid wonder and were happy when our prayers were answered in the form of a smoky ham with boiled potatoes. It was a simple meal but well suited to the dark marvel of a beer it accompanied. After a few more beers and laughs with our comrades, it was time to catch the train back to Munich. We motioned for the waiter to pay up and were astonished to find the food was free for this special occasion, and that the beer was not only superb but surprisingly cheap. We bided adieu to our new friends and found ourselves rushing to the train once again. I guess a lot has changed for me when it comes to Regensburg. My first trip, I couldn’t wait to get out of there. Every time since, I’ve not had enough time. And I can’t wait to go back.

You have to try the old...

by whenitworks

You have to try the old sausage kitchen 'Historische Wurstküche', jsut next to the Steinerne Brücke ( the stone bridge). You will not miss it, because you can smell it two km away and see the smoke from the kitchen one km away. Bröchen mit Wurst, suess Senf, 2 mark

Who's Watching City Hall?

by bilgeez

At the Altes Rathaus in Regensburg is a freize with two men who seem to be leaning out of window. One is holding something in his right hand. What is it? it is a rock!
It was explained to me that this was placed there in case one of the locals had a few steins too many and decided to vent his feelings about civil politics on the Burghermeister. When he stumbled over to the Rathaus and encountered this scene, it was hoped the fellow would think he was being run off and loose his bravado.

The river Danube

by Gili_S

The river Danube is crossing over here, it is still rather small here before it is going further to Austria, Hungary, Croatia etc. Personally I like to walk by the river and enjoy the peaceful feelings of sitting and watching the water flow.

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Address: Grunewaldstrasse 16, (formerly Quality Hotel), Regensburg, Bavaria, 93053, Germany