Hotel Graf Zeppelin is located in a striking building about a 10-minute walk from the lake. While the oustide looks old and traditional, inside lies a modern hotel with all of the comforts. The hotel said we would be charged an extra 15 Euros a night for Minfrosch's crib, but it turned out they waived the charges for our stay. The room itself was modern, spacious and comfortable. While the hotel is on the edge of the pedestrian zone, street noise was not a huge problem from our top-floor perch, even when many Spaniards took to honking their horns after a World Cup win for Spain. Once again, Minifrosch was not amused by the honking, but this time he took the disturbances of his slumber with a resigned groan. Impressive hot breakfast buffet served in the ground floor restaurant (included in our room rate).
Unique Quality: - Comfortable and relatively reasonably-priced full-service hotel
- Hot breakfast buffet included
- Common patio with Old Town view
- Elevators and full handicap access
Directions: From the train station, walk north on Bahnhofplatz. Turn left at the pedestrian underpass, then turn right on Brotlaube after crossing the street. Turn left on Münzgasse until you reach St. Stephansplatz. Hotel will be across the square on the left.
As soon as we drove into town we saw this magnificent decorated building... imagine our surprise to discover it's a hotel. Immediately we decided this is where we wanted to spend the night.
Unique Quality: Inside the hotel is very modern and new - not old and romantic as we had expented it to be. I think we were the same people to stay in our room: it slightly smelled of fresh paint and was obviously spotless. Ask for a room at the front, as rooms in the back tend to be somewhat dark and a bit gloomy. We paid 90 euros for a double room, including breakfast.
Directions: in the old town
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Address: St Stephansplatz 15, Konstanz, Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg, D-78462, Germany