Gaesteresidenz PelikanViertel Hotel Hannover

Pelikanstrasse 11, Hannover, Lower Saxony, 30177, Germany
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HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by slvalencia

Hello, I will be attending CeBIT Hannover on 17-21 of March 2007 and I need a cheap accommodation. I am going with 3 friends more, but we need to find something ASAP. We don't need much, just a couple beds and access to a bathroom. Can somebody help us? Do you think we can get a room for 2 people for $25 Euros/ night in order to expend $50 for all of us per night?

Thanks in advance.

Sandra V.

RE: HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by margsch

I think you should look at Youth Hostels as a hotel at that price would be fairly dodgy. If nothing available in Hannover look at nearby towns as the trains over there are frequent.

RE: HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by christine.j

You can try the youth hostels, but even there expect to pay about 25 Euro a person, not a room.
http://www.jugendherberge.de/en/
If they still have rooms available, book straight away, as rooms go very fast during the CEBIT. I know of people who stayed in Frankfurt and commuted each day.

RE: HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by civilian

this might be a alternative:

http://www.etaphotel.com/etaphotel/fichehotel/gb/etp/3518/fiche_hotel.shtml


make your booking a.s.a.p. because the CEBIT is a major event and it will be very hard to find something

RE: RE: HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by RhineRoll

This is a list to booking services and agencies:

http://www.heise.de/cebit/unterkunft/

RE: HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by RhineRoll

In case you really get desperate and do not mind using trains & trams for 90 minutes, try finding accommodation in Verden/Aller. Verden is a very nice county seat town about 60 miles/100 km NORTH of Hannover. It has hourly train connection to Hannover Central, from where you will need another 30 minute tram ride to the exhibition grounds. Just did a hotel search for Verden and found prices there appear to be rather normal at that time.

Send an email to the tourist information:

touristik@verden.de -- they will definitely speak English --

telling them what you need and how much you'd like to pay, don't forget to tell them you need a place not too far away from the railway station. And do reserve some time for strolling through Verdens's wonderful historic town centre too, it is a hidden gem! (http://www.verden.de/bindata/image_2007.pdf -- German only but with lots of pictures!)

RE: RE: HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by slvalencia

Thank you so much for your email.
We are trying to get 2 rooms (with double bed each one) for 4 people.
Our budget is $45-50 Euros / per room / per night.
Do you think its possible anywhere? Do you have a link to send us?
Thank you again for your help!!
Sandra

RE: RE: HELP! ACCOMODATION IN HANNOVER

by christine.j

Check all the links you have been given as soon as possible.
45$ would be about 30 Euro, so you're looking for a room for 15 to 25 Euro a person. Not completely impossible, but very hard to find, especially during the CEBIT.

Travel Tips for Hannover

Hannover, formaly the...

by Juliet67

Hannover, formaly the residence of a king and today the City of Trade Fairs will be the venue of the first world EXPO 2000 in Germany in the year 2000.

During the time of the Expo from 1 June to 31 October 2000 the capital of Niedersachsen will welcome 20 million visitors from all over the world.

The Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen, interesting and historic sights, as well as unique events, will make Hannover the destination of tourists for the whole of the year 2000. - MASCHSEE
- HERRENHÄUSER GÄRTEN
- OLD TOWN
- EILENRIEDE
- FLEA MARKE

EXPO 2000 Mongolia

by ATLC

Mongolia represented itself with a Jurt village. These are big round tents.
I entered one and found a photographer and a rack full of Mongolian clothes. There was nobody around save the photographer and a few other Mongolians.
I paid 5 DM and got into a costume to be photographed. My friends came in after me and decided to do the same.
By the time we had finished dressing up, being photographed and laughing our heads off, the whole tent was full with people wanting to have their picture taken too!

Hannover Airport for Handicapped People

by nepalgoods

There are many facilities for handicapped people on Hannover Airport. Of course you get all the informations you need from your airline. But you can also inform yourself on the following webiste. It is not all in English.

Hannover Airport Informations for Handicapped People

Best cake in Hannover

by sabsi about Cafe Konrad

A gay cafe in Hannover's old town. Open for everyone and really friendly atmosphere. The waiters are all incredibly funny and nice!! In summer you can sit outside in the lovely backyard!!!
I think this cafe was named after one of the main characters out of my favourite gay comics by Ralf König. Everything looks really tasty here (even the waiters ;) The homemade cakes are wonderful and so is the pasta, the sandwiches and the aioli with bread. Prices are ok, not too cheap though.

NaNas and Niki de St. Phalle

by elgin99

Creator of the world-famous Nanas, Niki de Saint Phalle, born 29th of October 1930 in Paris, died 21st of May 2002 in San Diego, was the first and so far only woman to receive the Freedom of the City of Hannover and a friend of the town on the River Leine for thirty years.

The appearance of three brightly-coloured, amply-proportioned polyester Nanas beside the River Leine in 1974 raised a storm of protest from some Hanoverians and sparked off the city's first partisan and far-reaching debate about art in public urban spaces. Today the Nanas, who quickly became a symbol of the EXPO City, have a firm place in the affections of local people.

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