The Breslauer Hof is right at the train station, maybe one minute to walk, but still very quiet. I was expecting to hear the trains, but we didn't hear anything. The windows effectively shut out any noise.
We had a nice double.The bathroom must have been made for very tall people, the sink was very high and I had to stand on tiptoes to see myself in the mirror. Breakfast was included in the price, it was a buffet with the usual jam, cheese etc. Surprisingly there were no fresh rolls,only the ones you buy in a supermarket and bake them in the oven - this was strange as I'm sure Cologne has some good bakeries.
Before we went I had read about the elevator being very narrow, that's certainly true. One person and a small bag, or one large person and no bag, I don't think there's room for anything else. Luckily our room was on second floor, so we simply walked.
By far the best about the Breslauer Hof is the location, excellent when you arrive by train, excellent for coming back late at night on public transport, as the train station is easily reached from anywhere in Cologne.
Directions: Leave the train station through the back entrance - not the entrance facing the cathedral -, cross the street, turn left and you're there.
I have used this place a number of times.
Very Central - by the station.
Clean and friendly.
Free Internet in lobby - hot spot for free wi fi
Unique Quality: Free internet
See the picture taken from the platform you arrive at from the airport.
It is the thin (three windows across) building in the centre of the picture.
Directions: Station - take Brelauer exit - sideways on across the road opposite the four seasons
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Address: Johannisstrasse 56, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50668, Germany