- Reviews: 213
Hotel Goldener Hecht: Perfect Location
We stayed in the Mark Twain room which overlooks the river Neckar and the Old Bridge. There is much late night activity because of the location of the hotel, but I don't remember hearing anything once the windows were shut. The breakfast room is small, but if you are an early riser it shouldn't be a problem. If the breakfast room is full they will offer breakfast delivered to your room.
We payed 88 Euros for this room. The location is perfect and the rooms are clean and comfortable.
- Reviews: 1
HOTEL VILLA MARSTALL: EXCELENT HOTEL
Tivemos a oportunidade de nos hospedar neste maravilhoso hotel em Junho/2008 e fomos muito bem atendidos. Sua localização é excelente, a beira do rio Neckar (linda vista) e ao lado do centro histórico de Heidelberg, que pode ser percorrido todo a pé. Os quartos são muito confortáveis e impecavelmente limpos. O café da manhã, tipo buffet, é delicioso, bem servido e a mãquina de café que moe os graõs na hora fazem a diferença. Todos os funcionários do hotel são extremamente atenciosos, simpáticos e prestativos, tornando o ambiente muito acolhedor. Quando voltarmos a Heidelberg, que é maravilhosa, certamente nos hospedaremos neste hotel novamente!
great view, location, services, clean, friendliness, breakfast
- Reviews: 363
Hackteufel: A Romantic Hotel
I stayed in the Hackteufel on both visits to Heidelberg
My second visit was with my wife as a birthday celebration
The service was perfect
The staff were very helpful and attentive.
I would recommend the Hackteufel to anyone.
The Hackteufel is without doubt Romantic Hotel.
All the rooms are different
We had room 8 - The Kurfursten Suite.
It has a private terrace with a view of the Castle and the suite itself is large
- Reviews: 39
Hotel Engelhorn: Hotel Engelhorn
Very nice and cosy place to stay.
And the toliet paper looks cute...Really...
The con side is that it is a distance from the main train station and the Castle. I think its in another distrinct all together. About 1/2 hr from the main train station.
- Reviews: 37
The Dubliner: Hidden in plain Site
A lovely hotel right in the center of Heidelberg. Located about halfway along the Hauptstrasse, the Dubliner is a beautiful Irish Pub with immaculate hotel rooms above. You won't find a better location with such reasonable rates. The staff is casual, befitting the character of a authentic Irish establishment, but also very professional and friendly. The rooms were exceptional. They were clean, very tastefully decorated and bright. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Heidelberg. Close to EVERYTHING!!!
Central location. Friendly Staff. Reasonable rates. A great Irish pub right downstairs.
- Reviews: 1
Hackteufel: Heidelberg's Best Place to Stay
My stay at Hackteufel was fantastic. The service and help were outstanding and genuine. The room was always clean and the rates are very reasonable. The restaurant was outstanding. The food was fresh and provided excellent value. The Dunkel Hefeweissen beer was very tasty and complimented our meals quite well. I would recommend Hackteufel very highly to anyone looking to stay in Heidelberg.
It had very comfortable rooms with excellent views of Heidleberg. Our room, (#12) was awesome. The views to the castle and surrounding rooftops added a storybook quality to our stay. The restaurant at Heidelberg was the cleanest establishment we encountered in our five day stay. It's gleaming interior was bettered only by the helpful and good looking waitstaff.
Isabel the general manager will be more than happy to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
The real reason to book your stay in Heidelberg at Hackteufel is the sublime location. Located just yards from the Alt Brucke (Old Bridge) that spans the Neckar river and the 600 year old church, Hackteufel puts you in the middle of all the action. It is only a few minute walk to the not to be missed river boat ride. Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you meander East through a river valley with views of quaint towns and castle ruins. If rock n' roll is your speed Eckstein pub is just around the corner where they are more than happy to play your hard rock requests. The proximity to Heidelberg Castle is also a very big plus. Enjoy the views and walking the grounds But, don't forget to end your castle experience with a ride on the mountain trolley to Konigstuhl where you can enjoy incredible views and German beer in the
The list goes on and on, if you want to truly experience all that Heidelberg has to offer your trip begins at Hackteufel
- Reviews: 68
Terrassencafe Vierburgeneck Hotel: Neckarsteinach: Relaxing just outside Heildelberg
We intended to stay for one night in the Heildelberg area but, this hotel made us decide to stay for more. The tranquility of the view is unique.
*Perfect Location - the perfect view to Neckar River, I could stay here just watching the water for ever.
*Big parking area.
*The owner is a chef, so one can also have a delicious dinner.
- Reviews: 229
Gasthaus Backmulde Hotel: Gasthaus Backmulde
I stayed in the Backmulde in 2001 for two nights. It is a very well run hotel in the heart of Heidelberg. The building, after being twice rebuilt from destruction by French campaigns and a fire in 1689, the building now standing was once a brewery, a mechanical factory with workshops and served since 1926 besides as Guild house for the Bake masters of Heidelberg .
The room, a triple, was large and inviting with the windows on the inner courtyard. The room came with a telephone, radio, cable tv, and a very large ensuite bathroom.
The hotel has 16 rooms ranging from 75 euro for a single to 165 euro for a triple.
The restaurant is nice and accomodating with good food to be had.
The breakfast buffet is the typical fare (cold cuts, bread, cereal...) but there is plenty to be had and you can fill up nicely for a day full of exploring.
Clean large rooms
- Reviews: 625
Lots of good options in Heidelberg: Booking List
This website provides a great list of hotel contacts in the Alstadt. Most are relatively inexpensive and good choices for solo travelers. These are handy for anyone connected to the University. Very well located.
- Reviews: 625
Studentenwohnhaus Europahaus I: Student Housing
Lorna is now living in a student apartment in the Alstadt. The University classes are held in buildings all throughout the old town. She only has to walk a couple of blocks to her classes, and there are pubs and cafes everywhere. Even Starbucks, which she swears she'll never step foot in (after working there for 5 years) is just down on the corner.
- Reviews: 640
Hotel am Kornmarkt: Hotel for the Locals
I live near Heidelberg, so I don't need a hotel. But when I visited Heidelberg this summer with a friend from Heidelberg, he told me that he and other locals always book this hotel for their guests. So it must be a good one.
- Reviews: 262
Hotel Jeske: Cheap no frills hostel with strict opeator
OK, the room was nice, but the bathroom was ***ty as hell since it was a draped make shift thing in the inner courtyard of the property. It was right near the main square of the city which was a nice advantage, but the lady who ran it, had rules about everything, to the point of insanity. There was strict curfew, no mixing of rooms, no alcohol, no noise. She was German and she was old and mean, so we called her the Hostel Nazi. Tasateless, maybe. Appropriate, definately.
- Reviews: 51
Hostel: Heidelberg Youth Hostel
I have not stayed there, but the JH standards are prettyclose and its OK in Germany.
Junior Ü/F: 15,90 bis 19,00 €
Junior HP: 20,50 bis 23,50 €
Junior VP: 22,10 bis 23,70 €
Senior Ü/F: 18,60 bis 21,70 €
Senior HP: 23,20 bis 26,20 €
Senior VP: 24,80 bis 29,50 €
good public transport connection
- Reviews: 2815
Heidelberger Ruderklub: A fancy rowing club
I was lucky. I had the opportunity to stay in Heidelberg for small money as I was staying with my rowing club in Heidelberg Ruderklub. We slept on the floor of the gym though which wasn't exactly ***** for hotel standards. The rowing club was ***** for rowing club standards though ;)
- Rowers to wake you up at 8 in the morning on Sunday morning because they want to use the erg or want to go rowing.
- 13 snoring people in your room.
- Great breakfasts (including Nutella and Laugenweck with butter :).
- A boat house that looks more like a hotel than like a rowing club.
- Reviews: 116
Zum Ritter versus The Hollanderhof: Bells or no bells?
For the two nights we were there, we stayed at two different hotels. Our original choice of The Hollanderhof was fully booked, so we came to stay at the Zum Ritter, which is right in the heart of the old town part of Heidelberg.
Furthermore the Zum Ritter is one of the best known hotels there.
If you want a peaceful nights sleep, I would not recommend you stay at the Zum Ritter as the church bells, chime constantly throughout the night, and for long periods of time at certain times during the day. I think we timed one session lasting 15 minutes.
The Ritter is billed as a 'Romantisch' hotel, whether it was for us, you dear reader will never know! ;-)
The Hollanderhoff on the other hand which is only down a cobbled side street from the Zum Ritter, is much quieter. It is situated on the main river of which you will have great views, that's if you are lucky enough to have a river view of course. We were!
Just the general atmosphere of the hotel itself was far more friendlier.
My recommendation, go to the Hollanderhoff, but you will have to make up your own minds.
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