This lovely hotel is situated a short walk from Dammtor station in the leafy and pleasant Heimhude Strasse. I had a comfortable and clean room on the 3rd floor with ensuite facilities and a TV - whoohoo! :)) just kidding... it was really nice.
Breakfast is the usual Continental fare of bread, rolls, cheese, eggs, cold meats and jams, coffee, orange juice, yoghurt, cereal, and something they think is tea. Which wasn't a problem as I always carry a few of my own from home. In fact this was the first time ever the Breakfast room assistant has commented on that, with a "Ohhhh!! you've got your own???"
Yes, I have... because continental tea bags ... oh never mind. You don't miss what you've never had. (I didn't of course actually say this ... cos that would just be rude :))
Unique Quality: Hmmmm... what is unique about the Heimhude?... can't think of anything particularly unique, except that the hotel policy for room keys is that "if you think you are going to be out past 10 o'clock in the evening, please take your key with you, as the front door will be locked". So when I asked to leave my key at reception when I was going out for the evening the kindly German gentleman said "Are you sure?? You might want to take it with you... you never know what might happen" in such a way that I blushed! LOL!
A single room was 69E or 47GBP.
Directions: Come out of the front of Dammtor Bahnhoff and go straight across the road... Then it's through the park and up Tesdorpfstrasse, Heimhudestr. is the first left.
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