Welcome to Heidelberg
The Hotel Heidelberg is located in the district of Kircheim. To visit the old town you can park your car in the free parking in the hotel park, as the Heidelberg’s pedestrian zone within easy reach and easily in just 14 minutes by train. The bus stop is a few steps from the hotel.
The hotel offers a restaurant. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas and an Internet point is located on site. Business amenities at this 3-star property include small meeting rooms and secretarial services. The staff can provide concierge services,business services, and tour assistance. Additional amenities include a sauna, a terrace, and laundry facilities. Onsite parking is complimentary. This is a smoke-free property.
NH Heidelberg is located in the center of Heidelberg, perfect for getting to know one of Germany’s most lovely and romantic cities and the Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region. Heidelberg is famous for its science and research activities, history, high-profile companies, and elite universities.
The historical area is a short seven-minute walk from the four-star NH Heidelberg hotel, with its 174 rooms occupying both the modern part premises and the historical part of a former brewery dating back to 1907. Most superior rooms, junior suites and suites, and the Bräustüberl restaurant and fitness area, are located in the tastefully renovated historical building. The modern section of the NH Heidelberg contains 101 rooms, mostly standard, as well as the main restaurant and conference rooms. Traditional decor merges with modern design to create a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Conference facilities include 16 multi-purpose rooms for up to 120 people. All rooms benefit from natural daylight, air-conditioning, soundproofing and all the latest conference equipment.
Our Bräustüberl restaurant, with its large summer patio and beer-garden, offers many regional dishes. A delicious breakfast buffet is served in the hotel’s modern restaurant. Hot and cold drinks are served throughout the day at the lobby bar and cafe, which also offers an Internet terminal. The spacious well-being area includes a steam-bath, dry sauna, relaxation area with thermal chair and a fitness area, free of charge.
This Heidelberg hotel offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas and an Internet point is located on site. There is a business center on site. Additional amenities include a sauna, tour/ticket assistance, andlaundry facilities. Guest parking is available for a surcharge.
This modern hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Heidelberg’s historic Old Town and scenic pedestrian area. It offers a modern interior, breakfast each morning and regional and international cuisine. All spacious, air-conditioned rooms at the Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg feature cable and satellite TV, a minibar and bright, cheerful colours. The private bathrooms include a bath, shower and hairdryer. Guests can dine by candlelight in the elegant Badisch Stub restaurant with fine wooden panelling and outside terrace. In the evenings, visitors can relax with a glass of regional wine in the hotel bar. The romantic Neckar River is an 8-minute walk from the Leonardo. Heidelberg Castle is 2.5 km away, and the surrounding Odenwald Valley woodlands are ideal for relaxing walks and hiking.
This Heidelberg hotel offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Wireless Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply). Business amenities at this 4-star property include small meeting rooms, limo/town car service, and technology support staff. The staff can provide business services, tour assistance, and currency exchange. Additional amenities include multilingual staff, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, androom service (during limited hours).
Heidelberg’s baroque old town, lively university atmosphere, excellent pubs and evocative half-ruined castle make it hugely popular with visitors, 3.5 million of whom flock here each year. They are following in the footsteps of the 19th-century romantics, most notably the poet Goethe. Britain’s William Turner also loved the city, which inspired him to paint some of his greatest landscapes.
Less starry eyed was Mark Twain, who in 1878 began his European travels with a three-month stay in Heidelberg, recounting his bemused observations in A Tramp Abroad. There is speculation that the writer’s attraction to the city may have something to do with the fact that the name Heidelberg is derived from Heidelbeerenberg (Huckleberry Hill).
Heidelberg, Germany’s oldest and most famous university town, has a red-roofed townscape of remarkable architectural unity. It was created in the 18th century after it had been devastated during the Thirty Years’ War and then all but destroyed by invading French troops under Louis XIV. Today the city has a student population of 32,000 (including lots of foreign students), heaps of tradition and nightlife that makes it outstanding for a pub crawl. The city also serves as an important NATO headquarters.