Hotel Heiligenstein

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Heiligenstein Strasse 19 a, Baden-Baden, Baden-Wurttemberg, 76534, Germany
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 29% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples93
  • Solo100
  • Business87

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Forum Posts

airport bus - train station - centre of town?

by Lauraox

Going to baden-baden this weekend. Have managed to find lots of info about the airport bus etc - it arrives at the train station - but I can't find anything about how to get from the train station to the centre of town (hotel colmar) and it looks quite a long way. Are there any buses? WOuld I be better off just getting a taxi from the airport?
Please help!!
Lxxx

RE: airport bus - train station - centre of town?

by abalada

Baden-Baden bus map
http://www.karlsruhe.de/KVV/download/lnp/lnpbadb.pdf

Bus line 205 (dark green) connects the airport (Airpark Terminal Abflug/Ankunft) with the train station (Bahnhof) and the centre of Baden-Baden.
Closest bus stop to your hotel is Hindenburgplatz. This is one stop before the big (on the map) bus stop Leopoldsplatz.
http://www.karlsruhe.de/KVV/download/sfp/205.pdf

Single ticket is EUR 3,00 (to anywhere in Baden-Baden.

RE: RE: airport bus - train station - centre of town?

by Lauraox

Oh wow - that is so great - so I don't even have to change bus!
I wish I lived in germany - everything is so sorted!!
Lxxx

RE: RE: airport bus - train station - centre of town?

by abalada

Railway station to Hindenburgplatz will be no problem as these stops are served by nearly all bus lines (see map).

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Baden-Baden Airpark (will default to "Flughafen Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Terminal, Rheinmün(ster)")
To: Baden-Baden Hindenburgplatz

But the Airpark is not served later in the evenings and on Saturday or Sunday on a scheduled base. Therefor I better translate this sentence
"Weitere Fahrtmöglichkeiten von und zum Baden Airpark bitte unter 07221/277 - 352
erfragen!"
from the printed timetable.
"Please ask for further connections to and from Baden Airpark at 07221/277 - 352 !"

RE: RE: airport bus - train station - centre of town?

by altamiro

If you arrive at a time when the bus 205 doesn't run and have to take a taxi you can save some money by only going to the train station and transferring there to the bus 201 which runs every 10 min, also on sunday, into the city center.

Re: airport bus - train station - centre of town?

by gaechka

How far the nearest train station from Baden Airpark??

Re: airport bus - train station - centre of town?

by abalada

Baden-Baden station is 13 km away.
16 min by bus. Single ticket is EUR 2,50.
http://www.badenairpark.de/pdfs/205_eng.pdf
Same time by taxi (approx. EUR 26,00).
http://www.badenairpark.de/htmls_en_fh/arrdep_taxi.html

Strictly seen Baden-Baden is not the closest railway station but the closest railway station of use for you.

Travel Tips for Baden-Baden

Great views over Baden-Baden from the AlteSchloss

by Ujamaflip

Just outside the city of Baden-Baden, on the western slope of the Battert-Felsens sits the Schloss Hohenbaden (Altes Schloss, Old Castle). The construction of the castle began in 1102, and was further developed under Markgraf Berhard (1372 until 1431) and again under Markgraf Jakob (1431 until 1453.

The castle stood unstirred until the end of the 16th century, when it destroyed by fire. It remained in a poor condition until 1830 when the ruins where structurally secured.

A fantastic view is afforded visitors from the castle tower, on a clear day one can see all over Baden-Baden, the Black Forest, the Rhine, Karlsruhe, Strassbourg, and much more.

The castle also hosts a restaurant, sporting fantastic views over the forest. Opening hours are 10am until 10pm, Tuesday until Sunday.

Access is gained by car from Rotenbachtalstrasse, just before the tunnel. This is the road leading from Baden-Baden to Gaggenau. Follow the signs up the hill, there is ample parking at the Castle. Alternatively leave your car in Ebersteinburg, and take a walk up the hill, through the Batterts, to the Castle

Protestant Church

by tini58de

Although this church looks really old, it isn't! It was built in the 19th century to be more precise between 1855 and 1864. The church was then consecrated, but without the spires - there just was not enough money for them!!!

What to do? Well, you might remember that Baden-Baden has a Casino, so part of the money from the Casino was donated and in 1874 this neogothic church was completed!!!

Fettquelle: More Free Water Tasting

by Kathrin_E

The Fettquelle ("fat spring") is one of the hot springs on the slope of the Florentinerberg - the only one that's accessible outdoors. Water may be taken for free.

Warning: Do not try to drink straight from the fountain. Bring and use a cup or a bottle. The water has a temperature of about 60°C (Celsius!!).

Lichtenthal Convent

by Russell_the_Wombat

The alley ends in Lichtenthal at the gate of a nunnery. There is a real convent which has been inhabited by real nuns for many centuries, and still is.

You can visit the courtyard and the church on your own. We then joined a guided tour. I hid in the bag because I was not sure if they allowed me in. Of course you cannot enter the convent buildings. Tours show you the Princes' Chapel and the little museum.

The doors behind me lead into the convent buildings. The left door remains closed to ordinary visitors like us. The right door is the entrance to the little museum.

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