Cheap Hotels in Heidelberg
Just 800 metres from the main train station, this hotel is close to city center and offers well-equipped rooms and free Wi-Fi. Heidelberg Castle is less than 10 minutes away by car or using public transport. All of the modern rooms at the hotelo Heidelberg have a flat-screen TV with cable channels, and a private bathroom. Toiletries and a hairdryer are provided in every room. A continental breakfast buffet can be ordered each morning at the hotelo Heidelberg for an additional fee. Guests can buy various snacks and drinks at the hotelo's reception. Private parking is available upon request. Both the the A5 and A6 motorways can be reached in less than 10 minutes' drive.
These attractively equipped studio apartments are set in the heart of Heidelberg, just a short walk from the historic town centre, university, Stadthalle congress centre, and railway station. GuestHouse Heidelberg offers spacious, brightly furnished studios for travellers on a budget. Look forward to a modern design, bright colour schemes and refined materials. You can access the internet for free. Thanks to your central location, you can easily explore attractions including the famous Heidelberg castle, Peterskirche church, botanical garden, and zoo. Filled rolls and coffee are provided free of charge at GuestHouse Heidelberg.
This boutique design hotel in Heidelberg features modern accommodation behind a historic façade. It is located beside the university in the Old Town. Schloss Heidelberg castle is 800 metres away. The rooms and suites of the Arthotel Heidelberg feature wooden flooring, a flat-screen TV and a bath tub. Free sparkling water is provided on arrival. A rich breakfast buffet is available each morning in the Romer Restaurant. Regional and international cuisine is served here for lunch and dinner. Guests are welcome to relax with a cocktail in the Romer Lounge. During the summer, meals and drinks can be served on the roof terrace or courtyard terrace. On-site parking is provided for an extra fee.
Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg Hotel
Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg offers contemporary accommodation in southern Heidelberg within easy reach of the A5, the Hockenheimring Formula 1 race track and Heidelberg Zoo. After a comfortable night’s rest, re-energise with the hotel’s nutritious buffet breakfast, unwind in the fitness centre and sauna and choose from freshly prepared dishes in Galerie Restaurant. Each modern room is equipped with free Wi-Fi, HD TV, coffee and tea maker and en suite bathroom stocked with Sea of Spa products.
Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg City Center Hotel
Located in the heart of Heidelberg, visit the Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg City Center for easy access to the main train station, the old town and Heidelberg Castle. Enjoy a stroll along Europe’s longest pedestrian street, then head back to the hotel to relax with a drink in the bar. Each modern room is equipped with free Wi-Fi, HD flat-screen TV and en suite bathroom stocked with Sea of Spa products. The hotel also features three conference rooms.
NinetyNine Heidelberg City Hotel
Hotels in Heidelberg
Heidelberg was all but destroyed by Louis XIV in the late 17th century but happily the town was lovingly rebuilt, taking inspiration from the German Romantic Movement. Fortunately Heidelberg managed to survive WWII with barely a scratch. Book a Heidelberg hotel with us and discover this picturesque university town that sits on the River Neckar in the state of Baden-Württemberg.
The Altstadt (Old Town) is the historic quarter of the city that runs along the river's south side for about a mile. Moving from west to east you'll find Alte Universität (Old University) and the Universitätsbibliothek (University Library) which contains manuscripts from the Middle Ages. Nearby Studentenkarzer (Student Jail) was used for recalcitrant undergraduates from the 16th century to the start of the 1900s. In the centre of Marktplatz (Market Square) is the late Gothic Heiliggeistkirche (Church of the Holy Ghost) which lies in the shadow of Schloss Heidelberg (Heidelberg Castle). This splendid Renaissance fortress contains the Deutsches Apotheken-Museum (German Pharmacy Museum).
North of the river
Cross the river via Alte Brücke (Old Bridge) and you'll find Philosophenweg (Philosopher's Way) which provides terrific views of Altstadt. A 20-minute walk north brings you to Thingstätte, a relic of Nazi Germany. This amphitheatre was specially created to rally people to the cause but now it's a haunting reminder of Germany's dark past.
Eating and drinking
In the heart of the Altstadt is Schnitzelbank which was once a cooperage but is now a wine bar. This little eatery serves authentic German cuisine, including Badische Schäufele and Wiener schnitzel, and good beer and fine wines, in an environment that appears to encourage complete strangers to talk to one another. Herrenmühle is located in a delightful old building and offers a small menu that delivers great quality. Close to the Alt Brücke, Wirtshaus zum Nepomuk has a menu of traditional regional dishes with a contemporary twist. This 18th-century town house provides a relaxed environment, whether eating in its dining room, parlour, courtyard or terrace.
Unsurprisingly for a city with a large student population, Heidelberg is a lively place, particularly in the evenings. The Untere Straße (or Pub Mile) has a good selection of pubs. Marktplatz has Max Bar, popular with academics, artists and artisans. You'll hear DJ-spun sounds at Nachtschicht, which is popular with the bright young things of the city. Tangente is a small club in the Altstadt that has a good line in house music. For something a little more traditional, Cave 54 is where you'll hear big classic jazz and big band swing, as well as programmes of live jazz performances.
The mile-long, pedestrianised stretch from Bismarckplatz to Marktplatz is a delightful destination in its own right and offers famous brands and chic boutiques. For quirky indie shops, try the Altstadt and the Bergheim and Neuenheim areas. Heumarkt and Untere Straße have a good selection of speciality shops. And for high-end boutiques selling fabulous fashion, furniture and the like, try Sofienstraße, which is between Bismarckplatz and the main street.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Heidelberg
What are the best hotels to stay in Heidelberg?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Heidelberg are EMBL - Hotel ISG, Serviced Apartments Kurpfalzhof and Arthotel Heidelberg.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Heidelberg?The lowest price for a double room in Heidelberg is £60.
What hotels are in the central Heidelberg neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Heidelberg, you can consider staying at hotelo Heidelberg, Hotel Central Heidelberg and NH Hotel Heidelberg.
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