Hotel Oranien Wiesbaden

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Platter Strasse 2, Wiesbaden, Hesse, 65193, Germany
Hotel Oranien
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96%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
42%
18
Very Good
50%
21
Average
4%
2
Poor
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Terrible
2%
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Similarly priced and rated as other 4.5 star hotels

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  • Families88
  • Couples95
  • Solo55
  • Business78

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Forum Posts

hotel information

by Ryaners

i visited this hotel in Febuary 2007 but didnt see any security cameras in operation can you confirm this for me

Re: hotel information

by ricky52

If you did not see any cameras, there probably was none.
Hotels that have them, like you to know they have got them.

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by qaminari

How are we, other VT members, supposed to know which hotel you visited in Wiesbaden 2 years ago?!

Re: hotel information

by Kakapo2

I cannot confirm it for THIS hotel - only for THAT other one...

The less you see the security cameras in a hotel the better for the staff and the hotel guests. Do you plan a burglary without balaclava?

Re: hotel information

by margsch

cameras are not often in view because management is also keeping an eye on employees.

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by Ryaners

thanks ricky my son died in his hotel room that night n im trying gather evidence as to who may hav entered his room that nite

Re: hotel information

by ricky52

I hope you get all the evidence you need.
Good luck.

Re: hotel information

by Kakapo2

Sorry for making jokes. But you have still not told us which hotel it is. Don't you think the police have not checked security cameras first thing if it was not a natural cause of death?

Re: hotel information

by abalada

Security camera in a room corridor? Not really likely. And if at all only as a live camera, without any data storage. Albeit even the latter won't help you as recorded data has to be deleted after 2 or 4 weeks latest.
Privacy laws in Germany are very strict compared to other countries.

Travel Tips for Wiesbaden

Tips to save money in Wiesbaden

by merak

Using bus or train after 7pm and on weekends, you may ask somebody if he has a regular Monatskarte oder Wochenkarte. He can take one person more whith the card.
A Gruppentageskarte (between two concrete cities) or Hessenticket is valid one day for up to five persons whithin the Bundesland Hessen. For every Bundesland you can buy a Länderticket. Wochenendticket (whole Germany on weekends) for one day up to five persons.

Buy food and beverage only at Lidl, Aldi or Plus and don't forget to return the plastic bottles!
There you can get cheap tobacco (because it is sold as Zigarillos): Power at Plus for 1,15 for example.

If you like to drink, in some kiosks of Bleichstr. there is Hansa Pils awayting you cold for 50 cent half a liter. Next place to buy cheaper Schnaps is the Plus in Hellmundstr. (also one in Dotzheimer Str.). The city authorities have oficially forbidden to drink alcohol on Platz der Deutschen Einheit.
Teestube (Dotzheimer Str. 9) offers a free brekfast at 10 am and (warm?) lunch at 11.30 am, from monday to friday.

In Schwarzenbergerstr. Nr. 7, there is a place for people whithout money to sleep (males only). Clean place. Admission from mon-fry16.30 to 00.00 and weekends from 13 to 00:30h Bus stop ESWE- Hallenbad (3, 6 and 33). Walk up the street going out of Mainzer Str. to the left, in front of Burger King. And you may try to get some extra Euro by picking up plastic bottles and beverage cans whith a grey triangle or "Mehrweg" on the label. You can find a good number specially in the evening in the arrived trains on the railway station. Their returning is worth up to 25 cent (Ihr Platz Drogerie or Aral fuel station leaving the train station from the right exit, they accept more kinds of bottles). Mehrweg-bottles (thicker plastic) of Cola, Fanta, Lift and Bonaqua are to be returned also at Wiener Feinbäcker and LeCrobag. You'll find most in hot days. Don't take those which have a circled (green) arrow on the label. If the Train staff asks you to leave the train, you have to go out (otherwise they can call the police which is bored(?) in their station at track 1, but simply go into the next one.

Xmas market !!!

by mauro_pd

As already mentioned somewhere else on my page, Germany is worldwide known for open air market during advent time (usually 3-4 weeks before Xmas in bigger cities).
U have to be there to enjoy a piece of german culture !!!!
Go to related trav for more pix about Wiesbaden 2002 Xmas market.

Old mail box at the old City Hall

by robertbaum

If you are fanatic for historic equipment in a city then have a closer look at the Old City Hall.

Here you can find a replication of an old mail box from 1896. Obviously they were blue at that time.

You can drop your letters and postcards into it and they will be collected as from the today yellow boxes.

Original Uzbek kitchen

by merak about Tschajhana Taschkent

One of the few places where genuine Uzbek kitchen is offered.
Tasty.

Opens only from Thursday to Sunday, from 14 to 21 h
Sat. it opens at 10 am Plow, definitely! Rice whith raisines, carrot, onion and lamb, whith a strong cumin flavour and surrounded whith some tomato and cucumber slices. For 6,50 Euros not too expensive.
Shashliks are also recommandible, each type of meat (liver, chicken, chopped meat, lamb) gets it's own seasoning and are served whith onions and vinegar.
Kasan kebabi (45 Euro for 6 persons) has to be ordered one day before. The chef told me that it is just lamb boiled together whith potatoes.

Spanish art

by mauro_pd about Tasca

A very great experience delivered by reknown chef Juan Amador; this restaurant is the second Amador opened in Germany and it is set to be the "easy access" one to the art of spanish food.
Do not expect to have a cheap menu ... but be aware you'll not be the same anymore once you left, all paid euros worthy the experience !! Crema Catalana ... all the rest (even if super-wonderful) has to scale back to give the first place to this dessert !!!

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