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Beautiful and bold, today's Germany is an economic powerhouse with progressive culture. Many visitors are also interested in the Germany of old - dark forests, fairytale castles, friendly beer gardens, alpine pastures, and, of course, the two World Wars.

Whatever your reasons for visiting Germany, you are bound to find surprises, the same can be said for many of the best places to stay in Germany.

Notable Spots

Berlin is exciting. It's one of the most fascinating world capitals, now a glamorous financial and cultural powerhouse, but in recent memory a gritty and dangerously divided city. There are iconic sights everywhere you look, both old and new. Even the communist ruins have been attacked with colour by street artists and are now strange galleries to the dramatic changes this city has seen in the last few decades. You can still walk along the Berlin Wall, past Checkpoint Charlie, or see the many monuments to WWII, but look further back and you'll see the grandeur of the Prussians. Or instead choose to live in the artsy, foodie, lively present where Hollywood blockbusters are filmed and the most forward-thinking international artists call home.

Munich, Frankfurt and Hamburg vie with each other to be the second city. Of these three, Munich is probably the city more visitors are interested in - with a beautiful location on a river plain in Upper Bavaria. Carefully restored Bavarian architecture, beer, sausage and a reputation for very high standards of living. The city's charming motto: ‘München mag dich’ (Munich Loves You) probably helps people feel welcome even before they hit the friendly pubs. Munich is definitely the centre of Germany during Octoberfest, but throughout the rest of the year it gives Berlin a run for its Euro with a collection of museums and galleries, but still retains a charming nationalistic provincialism that makes it feel somehow more German.

As Germany's largest port, Hamburg has always been an open, cosmopolitan city and these days it is also the wealthiest, rich on media as well as the shipping trade. It doesn't have the international kudos of Berlin or Munich, but it's a vibrant place to visit, home to a wonderful blend of cultures, trends and traditions. There's plenty of development going on as well as plenty of fun to be had! Meanwhile, there's also Frankfurt, Germany's business capital - with glistening skyscrapers and industrious bustle. It's not the most obvious destination for a city break, but there are some really beautiful buildings around Römer Square and Frankfurt's museum scene is second only to Berlin's. This is also Germany's fashion capital.

If you have time to get away from the cities then you'll love the fairytale beauty of Bavaria and the Black Forest, or you can head off exploring the wonderful traditions of the Rhineland and see something of 'old Germany'. Enjoy a spa break in Baden Baden, visit Cologne's amazing cathedral, or swoon at the beauty of Heidelberg: timbered, Baroque Germany at its best, the inspiration for many a song, poem, story or painting.

If you know which part of Germany you'll be exploring skip through to our German Destination Guides:

What Not To Miss

  • Hamburg's Miniatur Wunderland is a spot that the whole family will love. The world's largest model train exhibit, it covers not only Germany's landscape but also those of a number of European countries, as well as having a WWII exhibit. A delightful visit!
  • Europa-Park is one of the world's most popular theme parks - drawing in over 5 million visitors a year. There are lots of different areas, offering plenty of rides as well as restaurants, focussing on a variety of cultural themes. You'll be pleased to hear that the waiting times are not nearly as bad as Disneyland.
  • Cologne's Cathedral is stunning - and you'd hope so, as it has been under construction for over 500 years! This magnificent Gothic structure features stunning architecture as well as boasting superb views of the city.
  • Head around Stuttgart's Mercedes-Benz Museum with an audio guide and marvel at the collection of automobiles on display. This is so much more than just a car museum though, as they intersperse world history with that of their company to great effect.
  • The architecture of Rothenburg's charming Old Town is as quintessentially German as it gets. Wander around for a few hours and feel transported back in time to the Middle Ages.

As alway, to be sure of booking one of the best places to stay in Germany then plan ahead.

Weekend City Break

  • The Regent is a sophisticated hotel in the heart of Berlin, favoured by the glitterati for its traditional elegance and two Michelin stars. Expect panels, marble, Victorian landscapes and chandeliers.
  • Lux 11 is just north-west of Alexanderplatz, not the prettiest of areas, but definitely where 'it's at'. Converted from an apartment block, what you get is pretty much a designer studio apartment with a kitchenette and rain shower. Downstairs is the Aveda Spa and Japanese/ Italian fusion restaurant, where you'll find some of the 'cool kids' hanging out.
  • If you want to meet people stay at the Hotel Art Nouveau - a modern style pension located on the 4th floor of a beautiful Art Nouveau building in a nice part of Charlottenburg. There are 22 rooms, each with quirky, uber-modern design touches and a communal salon with plenty of excellent books and an honesty bar.
  • Berlin's Casa Camper is popular and central, with a small gym, lively restaurant (that's also beloved by locals), and within striking distance of the trendiest areas.
  • Scandi style comes to Berlin in the form of Ellington Hotel, a cool, all-white-and-natural-fibres style hotel behind a fabulous 1920s facade.
  • More elegant than opulent, Munich's Charles Hotel is a contemporary five star property offering great views from private balconies, an extensive spa and a fantastic Italian restaurant.
  • Hamburg's Gastwerk Hotel has been converted from a late 1890s industrial building and now offers character-filled, loft style rooms. Decor is all about the contrasts; rich wood and fabrics vie for space with stark metal and concrete. There is a bar and restaurant, plus spa if the stresses of the city get too much.
  • Frankfurt's Villa Kennedy just oozes glamour... even the spa looks like a ballroom from the Titanic! Most of the decor is neutral, 1950s-ish, and while it's a business hotel, it doesn't really feel like one - though the business centre is quite something.

Special Occasion

  • The Hotel Adlon Kempinski is one of Berlin's grand dames, rebuilt on its old site directly opposite the Brandenburg Gate. The choice of many heads of state, this is traditional luxury at its best. The buffet breakfast is a pleasant surprise - excellent value and highly recommended.
  • If you're looking for something a bit fresher, try Schlosshotel im Grunewald, converted by Karl Largerfeld, from a courtier's palace built in 1912. You are in the leafy suburbs outside Berlin, but as well as peace, you're surrounded by opulence and grandeur - marble, mahogany, velvet, parquet and rich oils.
  • The Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski offers a truly five star Munich experience, complete with a private butler, personal shoppers and use of their hotel limousine, if you so wish.
  • The Bayerischer Hof Munich is one of Europe's finest hotels. Luxurious on a grand scale, boasting sumptuous accommodation, an iconic 13,000 square foot rooftop spa, private cinema, nightclub, bars and six restaurants - one with a Michelin star.
  • The Belle Epoque is one of the few grand hotels in Baden Baden without a spa - but the Caracella thermal baths are just next door. This hotel is all about elegant decor, with rooms furnished in different styles such as Empire, Louis XIV, Biedermeier, Victorian and Art Deco.
  • Built in 1472, the Hotel die Hirschgasse Heidelberg is the oldest hotel in Heidelberg and the oldest student digs in Germany. Rooms and suites are traditional, yet luxurious, and there are great views of the castle. The restaurant also has a Michelin star.

To Relax and Rejuvenate

  • The Hotel Bachmair Weissach is a gorgeous Bavarian hotel right on the shores of Lake Tegernsee at the foot of the Alps. The Bavarian style isn't overdone; yes, there's plenty of wood beams on display, but it's elegant. The excellent Bavarian style gastro-pub is a great place to sample the local delicacies and there's a surprisingly excellent spa.
  • Just north of Frankfurt, Schloss Hotel Kronberg is a wonderful castle which once belonged to an Empress. Converted into a 62-room hotel and surrounded by an 18 hole golf course, the castle has kept many of the antiques and artworks of its previous life - including some originals by Rubens, Titian and Gainsborough!
  • Brenners Park Hotel & Spa in Baden Baden is considered one of Europe's best spa hotels. They've been refining their service and treatments for 140 years, so they really do know what they're doing. They're also doing it in charming surrounds, with Black Forest views and every luxury.

For Fresh Design

  • Berlin's Arte Luise Kunsthotel has 49 rooms each of which were designed by a different artist. Some are more wacky or eclectic than others and themes jump from time, to space, to travel. This is basically an art gallery with the guests forming part of the installation.
  • Brandenburger Hof caters to a design crowd with slightly deeper pockets, offering 72 rooms starting from £209 per night. Converted from a beautiful mansion block built around 1900, this hotel fuses the old and new in design with success. There's Bauhaus furniture, Japanese flower arrangements and Prussian handicrafts. Plus, each room comes with a copy of Architectural Digest. The restaurant has two Michelin stars and over 850 German wines!
  • Das Stue is a 67-room hotel converted from a 1930s embassy building, situated right next to Tiergarten Park and the Berlin Zoo. Stylish with a contemporary twist, the building's age is well-respected, and augmented by the modern art chosen to decorate. The kitchen has a Michelin star.
  • nhow is apparently the first hotel in the world to have a recording studio. As well as two of those, it has a spa, hip restaurant and futuristic rooms in bubble gum colours. Expect space age and giant plastic bean-bag chairs.
  • If you're looking for something a bit funky but still sophisticated, you'll want Munich's Cortiina Hotel. It's has everything you need but with more style and the bar is one of Munich's hotspots.
  • The Anna Hotel is another hotel with design flair in Munich. The style is sleek and contemporary with interesting modern paintings, sculptures and jazzy coloured lights and details. The location is an easy stroll from the station and most of the major attractions.
  • Although it might look like a throwback to the 60s or 70s, undoubtedly one of the best places to stay in Hamburg is the boutique 25 Hours. The rooftop terrace is perfect for hot summer days, and rooms are stylish if not a little futuristic. It's great value, too.
  • If you're ever dreamed of sleeping in a 'chill out room', Frankfurt's The Pure has got to be on your list! It's ALL white. Really. Almost EVERYTHING is white. Not just the linen and the staff uniforms, also the sofas and beanbags, the bar, stools, and even a lot of the art is white with a bit of black.

To Explore

  • Welcoming guests since 1937, Laimer Hof is a charming 19th century villa turned B&B in the heart of a quiet residential district of Munich. Family run, it offers twenty-three fresh, simply decorated bedrooms, each slightly different.
  • The Heidelberg Suites have grown-up class. The decor is modern but elegant, and there's plenty of noteworthy art. Centrally located, right by the 'Old Bridge', it boasts stunning views across the river to the old town and the castle. The hotel's restaurant is on a boat, so the views as you dine - and float - are an ever-changing pleasure. There's also a rooftop bar, which thankfully stays on the rooftop.
  • The Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg is a spectacular Baroque castle with views over Cologne. As well as the beautiful building and views, guests benefit from a three Michelin-starred restaurant, a golf course, a top of the range spa, and some really magnificent public spaces.

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Travel Information

  • There's never really a bad time to come to Germany, though the weather's obviously nicest in the summer months. Wander around open-air festivals and relax with a refreshing couple of pints in a biergarten.
  • Spring and autumn are great times to come if you want to avoid the crowds and pay less for accommodation. The nature turns a series of wonderful colours - perfect if you're looking for a country escape with plenty of hiking.
  • In winter the temperature plummets, though Germany's many Christmas Markets and generally festive spirit makes it a superb time to visit. Enjoy a warming cup of Glüwhein as you wander around the eclectic variety of stalls.
  • Germany boasts a number of international airports such as: Berlin Tegel Airport, Munich Airport, Düsseldorf Airport, Frankfurt Airport, Cologne Bonn Airport and Stuttgart Airport.
  • The airports are all well served by public transport links to their respective cities and surrounding areas.
  • For car hire prices, we recommend you visit our online partner Rentalcars.

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    • Hotel Laimer Hof 23 rooms from $74

      Munich (Nymphenburg)

      Warm and personal service at this cosy 19th-century villa B&B. A hideaway from the bustle with bright, fresh rooms - white washed walls, wooden furniture, brass bedsteads. A great choice for families and those on a budget.

      Value chic
      City Style
      Families
      Sights nearby  -  A short walk from the Nymphenburg Palace
      Recommended by  -  Frommers
      Check prices
    • Villa Ludwig Suite Hotel 18 rooms from $193

      Fussen

      An excellent hotel set in the small Bavarian town of Hohenschwangau. The comfortable rooms are spacious and light with many affording views of Neuschwanstein Castle. Relax at the on site spa, and enjoy afternoon tea on the in the gardens. Historians will love the surrounding castle country.

      Local exploring  -  Perfectly placed for exploring this stunning countryside, and visiting the incredible Neuschwanstein Castle.
      Total relaxation  -  An enchanting mountainside retreat with Finnish sauna, massage treatments, and a hot tub with castle views.
      Sights nearby  -  Castle Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein Castle are both less than twenty minutes walk from the hotel.
      Great walks  -  There are lovely walks and trails on the nearby Romantic Road.
      Check prices

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    • Weinmeister 84 rooms from $151

      Berlin

      A hip destination for movers and shakers in the revellers' district, Mitte. Urban-chic contemporary rooms with white washed walls and designer bed pods. Fantastic roof top bar, lots of parties, restaurant, and excellent spa.

      City Style
      Roof terrace
      Sights nearby  -  Plenty of major attractions can be reached on foot.
      Lively  -  Hip and happening.
      Recommended by  -  Tablet
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    • Lux 11 Hotel 72 rooms from $238

      Berlin

      Cool, easy-going designer hotel in a lively part of East Berlin. White on white studio rooms with magenta throws, kitchenettes and rain showers. A unique Aveda HairSpa and excellent Japanese/Italian fusion restaurant. A fashionable spot on the doorstep of galleries, restaurants, and shops.

      City Style  -  Designer-architects Claudio Silverstein and Giulana Salmaso have crafted a sleek space unique in this edgy trendy part of town.
      Great walks  -  Alexanderplatz is one of the most famous squares of Berlin.
      Lively  -  Hip and happening.
      Full of character
      Recommended by  -  Tablet, Fodors, Frommers
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    • Schlosshotel Munchhausen 68 rooms from $257

      Aerzen, Lower Saxony

      Restored 16th century castle turned luxury hotel just outside Hamelin. Individually designed, elegant rooms with parquet flooring & luxurious fabrics. Fabulous facilities including Michelin starred dining, two golf courses, pool, spa & free bikes for exploring. A sophisticated, romantic haven.

      Castle  -  A fairy-tale castle dating back to the 16th century, filled with original artworks and framed by stunning parkland.
      Golf  -  Two 18-hole courses and a driving range are onsite, with many more courses on offer throughout the region.
      Foodies  -  With both gourmet Michelin starred dining and the more relaxed Shlosskeller this is foodie heaven!
      Spa  -  18m pool, herbal and aroma baths, a sauna and a large indoor and outdoor relaxation area!
      Check prices
    • Hotel Amadeus, Hanover 129 rooms from $103

      Hanover

      A contemporary hotel boasting an excellent city location. Individually styled rooms are minimalist with splashes of colour coming from feature walls, and modern bathrooms. The restaurant serves up excellent regional dishes. Very good transport links for city exploring. A chic choice.

      Local exploring  -  A well positioned hotel with easy access to the city centre making this a great choice for exploring the city.
      Sights nearby  -  Marvel at the opulent architectire of the New Town Hall.
      Great walks  -  Take a stroll around the regal Herrenhausen Gardens.
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    • Hotel Concorde 45 rooms from $144

      Frankfurt

      A contemporary hotel with a central location. Hotel Concorde boasts modern minimalist rooms with all the needed mod cons. Its ideal for those in Frankfurt on business, especially those in the financial services given its close proximity to Frankfurt's banking district. A grown up, no fuss choice.

      Business meetings  -  A convenient hotel, just minutes from the train station, with sleek modern rooms, business centre and hot breakfast buffet.
      Sights nearby  -  Alte Nikolaikirche is just fifteen minutes walk away.
      Check prices
    • Falkenstein Grand Kempinski 112 rooms from $320

      Frankfurt (Debusweg 6-18)

      Belonging to the Kempinski chain, this hotel is situated in a historic building with lovely views of Koenigstein Taunus. Rooms are spacious with balconies, high ceilings, arches, rich fabrics and antique furnishings. An outdoor pool, lavish spa and gourmet restaurant give added 5 star luxury.

      Total relaxation  -  Allow yourself to relax and unwind, the opulent suites, pampering spa and excellent service will put you at your ease.
      Country Escape  -  A serne and peaceful spot nestled in the woods of a historic nature park.
      Sights nearby  -  The hotel is located close to the Rhine-Main region with many tourist attractions.
      Great walks  -  Wander the lovely landscaped gardens and parklands that surround the hotel.
      Recommended by  -  Kiwi Collection
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    • Hotel Traube Tonbach 153 rooms from $446

      Baiersbronn, Baden-Wurttemberg

      A converted tavern, now five star hotel set in the stunning Black Forest. Contemporary design throughout with traditional influence. A gorgeous outdoor pool. A number of gourmet restaurants. Endless in house and outdoor activities makes this an excellent choice for families.

      Families  -  Family rooms, a kids club and playground plus plenty of space for little ones to run around.
      Active Holiday  -  The Black Forest provides endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits.
      Great walks  -  The challenging Nordic walking trail can be joined just outside the door.
      Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool.
      Recommended by  -  Kiwi Collection
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    • Vital Hotel Meiser 30 rooms from $250

      Fichtenau, Baden-Wurttemberg

      Designed in lieu of a German shooting lodge, Vital Hotel Meiser is distinctively Bavarian. Its rooms are light and spacious, appointed with warm brown toned furniture and carpets. Perfect for exploring Bavaria or simply relaxing in the extensive spa. Well equipped for business weekends.

      Total relaxation  -  An elegant hotel with extensive spa, indoor and outdoor pool, and comfortable suites- ideal for unwinding.
      Great walks  -  Take one of the hotels packed lunches and wander the old town of Dinkelsbühl.
      Spa  -  Extensive spa with focus on hydrotherapy.
      Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
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    • Hotel Schloss Waldeck 42 rooms from $185

      Waldeck

      A beautifully restored 11th century castle perched on a hill over Lake Edersee. The elegant boutique style bedrooms offer spectacular views of the lake and surrounding nature park. The fine dining restaurant and indulgent spa add a touch of luxury to proceedings. Perfect for a romantic retreat.

      Back to Nature  -  A picture perfect castle hotel, set in a stunning location overlooking Lake Edersee and the surrounding forests.
      Honeymoons  -  Stay in the beautiful bridal suite, enjoy romantic meals in the restaurant and soak up the gorgeous views.
      Great walks  -  Head out in the early morning and explore the stunning nature parks.
      Sailing  -  Charter a boat or hire a skipper and sail around Lake Edersee.
      Check prices
    • Hotel Die Sonne 60 rooms from $164

      Frankenberg

      A luxurious boutique hideaway with Michelin star restaurant, a top of the range spa, and sumptuous rooms and suites. Small and cosy, yet every bit as opulent as a grand hotel. Rooms and suites are elegant and traditional with contemporary flair. Cooking lessons, wine tasting, golf, museums.

      Restaurant  -  Four different restaurants to choose from.
      Spa breaks  -  Top of the range spa and indoor pool.
      Foodies  -  Michelin star restaurant.
      Luxury
      Recommended by  -  Kiwi Collection, Relais & Chateaux
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    • Hotel Laimer Hof 23 rooms from $74

      Munich (Nymphenburg)

      Warm and personal service at this cosy 19th-century villa B&B. A hideaway from the bustle with bright, fresh rooms - white washed walls, wooden furniture, brass bedsteads. A great choice for families and those on a budget.

      Value chic
      City Style
      Families
      Sights nearby  -  A short walk from the Nymphenburg Palace
      Recommended by  -  Frommers
      Check prices
    • Hotel La Maison from $129

      Munich

      A contemporary hotel with an excellent business centre in Northern Munich. Sophisticated rooms and suites in blacks, whites and chromes have all the mod cons. Cosy bar, conference facilities and well located to get to the attractions. A great choice for business visitors.

      Sights nearby  -  Muenchner Freiheit, English Garden, and Chinesischer Turm.
      Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
      Check prices

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    • Hotel Laimer Hof 23 rooms from $74

      Munich (Nymphenburg)

      Warm and personal service at this cosy 19th-century villa B&B. A hideaway from the bustle with bright, fresh rooms - white washed walls, wooden furniture, brass bedsteads. A great choice for families and those on a budget.

      Value chic
      City Style
      Families
      Sights nearby  -  A short walk from the Nymphenburg Palace
      Recommended by  -  Frommers
      Check prices
    • Villa Ludwig Suite Hotel 18 rooms from $193

      Fussen

      An excellent hotel set in the small Bavarian town of Hohenschwangau. The comfortable rooms are spacious and light with many affording views of Neuschwanstein Castle. Relax at the on site spa, and enjoy afternoon tea on the in the gardens. Historians will love the surrounding castle country.

      Local exploring  -  Perfectly placed for exploring this stunning countryside, and visiting the incredible Neuschwanstein Castle.
      Total relaxation  -  An enchanting mountainside retreat with Finnish sauna, massage treatments, and a hot tub with castle views.
      Sights nearby  -  Castle Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein Castle are both less than twenty minutes walk from the hotel.
      Great walks  -  There are lovely walks and trails on the nearby Romantic Road.
      Check prices

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    • Weinmeister 84 rooms from $151

      Berlin

      A hip destination for movers and shakers in the revellers' district, Mitte. Urban-chic contemporary rooms with white washed walls and designer bed pods. Fantastic roof top bar, lots of parties, restaurant, and excellent spa.

      City Style
      Roof terrace
      Sights nearby  -  Plenty of major attractions can be reached on foot.
      Lively  -  Hip and happening.
      Recommended by  -  Tablet
      Check prices
    • Lux 11 Hotel 72 rooms from $238

      Berlin

      Cool, easy-going designer hotel in a lively part of East Berlin. White on white studio rooms with magenta throws, kitchenettes and rain showers. A unique Aveda HairSpa and excellent Japanese/Italian fusion restaurant. A fashionable spot on the doorstep of galleries, restaurants, and shops.

      City Style  -  Designer-architects Claudio Silverstein and Giulana Salmaso have crafted a sleek space unique in this edgy trendy part of town.
      Great walks  -  Alexanderplatz is one of the most famous squares of Berlin.
      Lively  -  Hip and happening.
      Full of character
      Recommended by  -  Tablet, Fodors, Frommers
      Check prices

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    • Schlosshotel Munchhausen 68 rooms from $257

      Aerzen, Lower Saxony

      Restored 16th century castle turned luxury hotel just outside Hamelin. Individually designed, elegant rooms with parquet flooring & luxurious fabrics. Fabulous facilities including Michelin starred dining, two golf courses, pool, spa & free bikes for exploring. A sophisticated, romantic haven.

      Castle  -  A fairy-tale castle dating back to the 16th century, filled with original artworks and framed by stunning parkland.
      Golf  -  Two 18-hole courses and a driving range are onsite, with many more courses on offer throughout the region.
      Foodies  -  With both gourmet Michelin starred dining and the more relaxed Shlosskeller this is foodie heaven!
      Spa  -  18m pool, herbal and aroma baths, a sauna and a large indoor and outdoor relaxation area!
      Check prices
    • Hotel Amadeus, Hanover 129 rooms from $103

      Hanover

      A contemporary hotel boasting an excellent city location. Individually styled rooms are minimalist with splashes of colour coming from feature walls, and modern bathrooms. The restaurant serves up excellent regional dishes. Very good transport links for city exploring. A chic choice.

      Local exploring  -  A well positioned hotel with easy access to the city centre making this a great choice for exploring the city.
      Sights nearby  -  Marvel at the opulent architectire of the New Town Hall.
      Great walks  -  Take a stroll around the regal Herrenhausen Gardens.
      Check prices

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    • Hotel Concorde 45 rooms from $144

      Frankfurt

      A contemporary hotel with a central location. Hotel Concorde boasts modern minimalist rooms with all the needed mod cons. Its ideal for those in Frankfurt on business, especially those in the financial services given its close proximity to Frankfurt's banking district. A grown up, no fuss choice.

      Business meetings  -  A convenient hotel, just minutes from the train station, with sleek modern rooms, business centre and hot breakfast buffet.
      Sights nearby  -  Alte Nikolaikirche is just fifteen minutes walk away.
      Check prices
    • Falkenstein Grand Kempinski 112 rooms from $320

      Frankfurt (Debusweg 6-18)

      Belonging to the Kempinski chain, this hotel is situated in a historic building with lovely views of Koenigstein Taunus. Rooms are spacious with balconies, high ceilings, arches, rich fabrics and antique furnishings. An outdoor pool, lavish spa and gourmet restaurant give added 5 star luxury.

      Total relaxation  -  Allow yourself to relax and unwind, the opulent suites, pampering spa and excellent service will put you at your ease.
      Country Escape  -  A serne and peaceful spot nestled in the woods of a historic nature park.
      Sights nearby  -  The hotel is located close to the Rhine-Main region with many tourist attractions.
      Great walks  -  Wander the lovely landscaped gardens and parklands that surround the hotel.
      Recommended by  -  Kiwi Collection
      Check prices

    See all » 15 hotels in Baden-Wurttemberg

    • Hotel Traube Tonbach 153 rooms from $446

      Baiersbronn, Baden-Wurttemberg

      A converted tavern, now five star hotel set in the stunning Black Forest. Contemporary design throughout with traditional influence. A gorgeous outdoor pool. A number of gourmet restaurants. Endless in house and outdoor activities makes this an excellent choice for families.

      Families  -  Family rooms, a kids club and playground plus plenty of space for little ones to run around.
      Active Holiday  -  The Black Forest provides endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits.
      Great walks  -  The challenging Nordic walking trail can be joined just outside the door.
      Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor pool.
      Recommended by  -  Kiwi Collection
      Check prices
    • Vital Hotel Meiser 30 rooms from $250

      Fichtenau, Baden-Wurttemberg

      Designed in lieu of a German shooting lodge, Vital Hotel Meiser is distinctively Bavarian. Its rooms are light and spacious, appointed with warm brown toned furniture and carpets. Perfect for exploring Bavaria or simply relaxing in the extensive spa. Well equipped for business weekends.

      Total relaxation  -  An elegant hotel with extensive spa, indoor and outdoor pool, and comfortable suites- ideal for unwinding.
      Great walks  -  Take one of the hotels packed lunches and wander the old town of Dinkelsbühl.
      Spa  -  Extensive spa with focus on hydrotherapy.
      Secluded setting  -  For escaping.
      Check prices

    See all » 15 hotels in Hesse

    • Hotel Schloss Waldeck 42 rooms from $185

      Waldeck

      A beautifully restored 11th century castle perched on a hill over Lake Edersee. The elegant boutique style bedrooms offer spectacular views of the lake and surrounding nature park. The fine dining restaurant and indulgent spa add a touch of luxury to proceedings. Perfect for a romantic retreat.

      Back to Nature  -  A picture perfect castle hotel, set in a stunning location overlooking Lake Edersee and the surrounding forests.
      Honeymoons  -  Stay in the beautiful bridal suite, enjoy romantic meals in the restaurant and soak up the gorgeous views.
      Great walks  -  Head out in the early morning and explore the stunning nature parks.
      Sailing  -  Charter a boat or hire a skipper and sail around Lake Edersee.
      Check prices
    • Hotel Die Sonne 60 rooms from $164

      Frankenberg

      A luxurious boutique hideaway with Michelin star restaurant, a top of the range spa, and sumptuous rooms and suites. Small and cosy, yet every bit as opulent as a grand hotel. Rooms and suites are elegant and traditional with contemporary flair. Cooking lessons, wine tasting, golf, museums.

      Restaurant  -  Four different restaurants to choose from.
      Spa breaks  -  Top of the range spa and indoor pool.
      Foodies  -  Michelin star restaurant.
      Luxury
      Recommended by  -  Kiwi Collection, Relais & Chateaux
      Check prices

    See all » 15 hotels in Munich

    • Hotel Laimer Hof 23 rooms from $74

      Munich (Nymphenburg)

      Warm and personal service at this cosy 19th-century villa B&B. A hideaway from the bustle with bright, fresh rooms - white washed walls, wooden furniture, brass bedsteads. A great choice for families and those on a budget.

      Value chic
      City Style
      Families
      Sights nearby  -  A short walk from the Nymphenburg Palace
      Recommended by  -  Frommers
      Check prices
    • Hotel La Maison from $129

      Munich

      A contemporary hotel with an excellent business centre in Northern Munich. Sophisticated rooms and suites in blacks, whites and chromes have all the mod cons. Cosy bar, conference facilities and well located to get to the attractions. A great choice for business visitors.

      Sights nearby  -  Muenchner Freiheit, English Garden, and Chinesischer Turm.
      Local markets  -  Good for local colour.
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