Best Western Premier Steubenhof Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Steubenstrasse 66, Mannheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, 68199, Germany
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  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo75
  • Business55

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Forum Posts

swimming/sporting

by giulikkk

hi, shall be for a few days in mannheim and i am interested in having a swim...where are the best swimming pools? close to the Rathaus-c19.......like that...are they expensive? do they accept people for just a few visits? what about thst huge sports center near the Town Hall? thanks.g

Re: swimming/sporting

by christine.j

Here is a link to the swimming pools in Mannheim. They are public pools, you buy your ticket, there is no membership - if that's what you mean by "do they accept people for just a few visits -.
http://www.mannheim.city-map.de/city/db/161901090200.html

I don't know which sports center you are talking about, sorry.

Re: swimming/sporting

by Kakapo2

Do you mean SAP Arena?

Re: swimming/sporting

by christine.j

But the SAP Arena is nowhere close to city hall. There is a gym close to the old town hall, in one of the upper stories of a large building, but that's not a "huge sports center". I really don't know.

Re: swimming/sporting

by Kakapo2

Yes, I thought that the location does not fit - but it was the only huge sports centre I could think of. Well, it is not really a sports centre; "centre" sounds more like a gym or so.

Re: swimming/sporting

by christine.j

Maybe Giulikkk will log in again and give us more clues.

Re: swimming/sporting

by Trekki

Maybe he means the Fitness Company. I remember having seen a huge gym in one of the streets near Marktplatz when I lived in Mannheim. Google search resulted in Fitness Company in E1, 1.

Re: swimming/sporting

by Trekki

SHE... sorry Giu!!

Re: swimming/sporting

by christine.j

And that one is close to the town hall!

Re: swimming/sporting

by Kakapo2

Yes, sounds very good. E1 and E5... We have to think out of the squares... LOL

Re: swimming/sporting

by altamiro

Do you mean the Herschelbad?

Travel Tips for Mannheim

SIMPLY GETTING AWAY FROM THE...

by POLEZI

SIMPLY GETTING AWAY FROM THE BUSY & POPULAR PLACES & FIND THOSE AMAZING SPOTS THAT ARE TUCKED AWAY & TOURISTS NEVER FIND. DON'T SPEND ALL YOUR TIME LOOKING AT A TOURIST MAP, GET LOST & LOVE IT. WELL I HAVE A SPECIAL SPOT BY THE RIVER THAT I LOVE.

Watching sports and other things

by tessy

The brand new SAP Arena
The brand new SAP Arena (inauguration september 2005) is the place, where you can see the fantastic Mannheim Eagles (ice hockey) as well as the handball team KROESTIS. Other events are also presented, as a benefit concert, other concerts(classic or pop music and other events)
I haven't been there yet, but people told me that it is worth to visit there.

We have now july and it's...

by tessy

We have now july and it's rather hot here, more than 30°C. So I like to spend my evenings outside, at the Rhine river. Since some years, my favourite little restaurant at the Strandbad doesn't exit any loner. There are some huts with self service, but it is different now. What I still enjoy is when sitting there, you can watch the ships passing and the people who are not afraid of taking a bath in there... I love a lot the beautiful sunsets there....

Jesuit Church

by Nemorino

This Jesuit Church is said to be the largest church in Mannheim and the most important baroque church in southwest Germany. It was built between 1733 and 1760.

Renovation work is now in progress inside the church, particularly the altar. Click on the link below for a photo of how the altar looks when it is not being worked on.

Look up for a Hunting Scene

by christine.j

The last reigning prince-elector of Mannheim, Charles Theodor, loved hunting. In fact, a deer park near a large playing-ground in the forest near Mannheim started out as a hunting ground for the prince. To make sure he'd always come across some deer, they were kept there. Today you can go and watch them, and bring them dry bread.

The prince's love for hunting is shown on the railing of balcony in the main shopping street, the Planken. What you see is not the original, but a true copy. You have to look up, as not to miss it.

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Address: Steubenstrasse 66, Mannheim, Baden-Wurttemberg, 68199, Germany