Terminus Hotel

Alicenstrasse 4, Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, 55116, Germany
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Is Gunnewig Hotel Bristol a good place to stay for a family?

by Wandawits

Does anyone know where is Gunnewig Hotel Bristol located? Any feedback?
Is there a park or a place near the hotel where kids can play around during the day?

Re: Is Gunnewig Hotel Bristol a good place to stay for a family?

by abalada

In Mainz-Weisenau.
Using Google Maps there is a sports field and a few tennis fields close to the hotel. Otherwise a residential area.

Next park is the Volkspark. Approx. 1-5-2 km from the hotel.

As a family you could also stay in the Mainz youth hostel in a family room. This hostel borders the Volkspark directly. Family friendly hostel. All rooms have ensuite shower/WC.
http://www.diejugendherbergen.de/die-jugendherbergen-auf-einen-blick/mainz/portrait

Re: Is Gunnewig Hotel Bristol a good place to stay for a family?

by Wandawits

Thanks abalada. As usual, we're having difficulty booking for good & affordable hotels.

Re: Is Gunnewig Hotel Bristol a good place to stay for a family?

by moitrayee

I stayed at the Hotel Bristol for about two weeks in June of last year. It's located on Friedrich-Ebert Strasse, in Mainz Weisenau. I really liked the hotel - it's got a nicely homely atmosphere, the staff at the reception were very helpful and knew English. And there's a big park right opposite the hotel. It is quite a distance from the city centre though - a 20-30 minute bus ride away, but the bus stop is also right next to the hotel, and the bus service is excellent.

Travel Tips for Mainz

The Old University

by yooperprof

Mainz's University was founded in 1477 by Archbishop Dieter von Isenburg, who had been involved in a long and protracted struggle over leadership in the electoral state.

Under the Archbishop's guidance, the University quickly became a center for humanism and scholarship - of course, it helped to have a good printer nearby!

The area around Mainz is a...

by Kristina1701

The area around Mainz is a wine-growing area, so if you're intrested why not drive into the 'Hinterland' in order to have a look at all the vineyards or even to try and buy some wines.
I guess for someone who's never seen something like this (a wine-grwoing area) it must be just fantastic.

when you're in Mainz, don't...

by Kristina1701

when you're in Mainz, don't forget to visit Wiesbaden, the capital of the state of Hessen, as well which lies just on the other side of the Rhine. In my opinion Wiesbaden is even much nicer than Mainz. What you can see in the picture is the so-called: 'Staatstheater'

Eisenturm

by Ewingjr98

For many centuries, Mainz has been surrounded by a city wall. Along the wall are several guard towers, some with foundations dating from Roman times. The Eisenturn is one of these guard towers along the city wall, however, it is a little more modern... it was constructed in the Middle Ages, during the 13th Century.

The tower was badly damaged during WWII, but was repaired and restored in the 1970s. During this time, the city wall on either side of the tower was removed.

Theodor Heuss Bridge

by ellyse

Mainz sits at the confluence of the Rhine and Main rivers. There're actually 3 bridges with the same name on the Rhine river. This particular one links Mainz (capital of the Rheinland-Pfalz state) with the Mainz-Kastel district, traditionally a part of Mainz, but now administered by Wiesbaden (capital of the state of Hessen).
Boats ply on the Rhine all the way up to Dusseldorf, stopping enroute at places such as Koln and Bonn; and downriver to Frankfurt.

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