Hotels Near Altenhof Waldgastst.

Hotels Near Altenhof Waldgastst. In Trier

4.3/5Excellent47 Reviews
0.76km from downtown
This historic 3-star in the north of Trier offers scenic views, high-speed internet, and easy access to the A64 motorway. Trier's city centre is about 4 kilometres away.The Berghotel Kockelsberg is set in the forested hills surrounding Trier. Its bright, spacious rooms provide Wi-Fi for an extra fee. Free Wi-Fi is available in the lobby and restaurant.The Berghotel Kockelsberg's restaurant serves food from the Rhineland-Palatinate region and international dishes. A varied breakfast buffet is on offer in the mornings.The Berghotel's car park can be used at no extra cost. The A64 motorway junction is just 1 kilometre away.
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4.4/5Excellent15 Reviews
2.01km from downtown
With a stay at Limehome Trier Nikolaus-Leis-Strasse in Trier, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Porta Nigra and Arena Trier. This apartment is 1.2 mi (2 km) from Saar-Hunsrueck Nature Park and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Karl Marx House.Make yourself at home in one of the 16 guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and ovens. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment.
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4.9/5Perfect49 Reviews
2.03km from downtown
The Holiday Inn Express in Trier is a newer hotel in a city without a lot of hotels. It's an easy walk (about 15 minutes) from the historic city center with most of the tourist attractions. If I had to guess I would say the hotel has been open for about a year. There is still a fresh paint smell. Some of the walls by the front desk are also missing paint as if construction or decorating isn't done yet. There's a lot to like about the hotel, including a full bar, fast and free wifi, a good TV, and huge walk-in showers. However, there are some big issues. The hotel advertises free parking. While parking is free, there are NOT enough spaces for all guests. I was told to park in a muddy, dirty field between the parking lot and main road. I had to make an illegal turn from the road, drive over the sidewalk and risk damage to my car and tires. Why was this hotel allowed to build a parking lot that did not have one space for every room? The breakfast is typical by German continental breakfast standards. However, Holiday Inn Express advertises a hot breakfast. There were no hot eggs or anything that adhered to the hot breakfast standard. There is no gym. I have never stayed at a Holiday Inn Express anywhere without a gym, even a small gym. Why does a newly built not have a gym? Guest rooms are very, very small with nothing but a closet, small table and shelve. I had a king-sized room. It would be very crowded if there were two people in the room. My room did not feature the usual Holiday Inn Express amenities. No lotion, no bar of soap, no shampoo, no conditioner and no body wash. Instead, there was one dispenser of Dove soap and one dispenser of Dove shampoo-conditioner. That's it. That is not consistent with my experience at Holiday Inn Express hotels everywhere else. Also, there was no clock, no refrigerator and no coffeemaker, despite coffeemakers being advertised. I did get a kettle with tea and instant coffee. My IHG Spire status recognition at check-in consisted of getting a voucher for a free drink. When I redeemed the voucher at the full bar I was told it didn't cover the cost of a glass of wine. What's the point of the voucher? The bar has several regional wines, but the bartender did not speak English beyond basic words. It was difficult to confirm what wines were dry. Staff were few and far between. On a Saturday night when the hotel seemed 100% sold-out, there was only one front desk employee and one bartender. When issue arose the front desk employee had to leave and go to guest rooms, forcing the bartender who didn't speak fluent English to work both the bar and the front desk. This resulted in wait times of 10 minutes for a drink. After a week of staying in local German hotels I was really looking forward to the consistent chain experience of a Holiday Inn Express. Next time I'm in Trier, I will book the Mercure instead.
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4.2/5Very Good38 Reviews
2.63km from downtown
This is a very well-located hotel, 15 min to the train station, 10 min to the river or porta nigra. Easy to reach the hiking point for a great panoramic view (35 min). The room was fine, even big, for one person - the bathroom felt small, but the shower was powerful and temperature was great. I was cold, in spite of the functioning heater, and could have used another blanket (I procured some extra towels instead). Love the fact that there’s a mini fridge - would have preferred it to be empty. Reception is not manned 24/7 but they usually seem to be happy to keep luggage and be helpful. I wasn’t too happy that my emails were not responded to, and my calls kept going to voicemail, which is why I didn’t give 5 stars. Didn’t try breakfast, but there are lots of eateries nearby.
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4.5/5Excellent48 Reviews
2.75km from downtown
Just a 5-minute walk from the famous Porta Nigra gate, this 3-star hotel in Trier offers non-smoking rooms with free broadband internet, varied breakfast buffets, and private parking.Each of the modern, brightly decorated rooms at the ante porta features a desk and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some rooms have a balcony.Free Wi-Fi access is available in all of the ante porta’s public areas.The historic Trier Cathedral is less than 1 km away from the hotel. Trier Train Station is only a 10-minute walk away.
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3.5/567 Reviews
2.82km from downtown
Arrived at Trier by train from Luxembourg for our one night stay in the town. The hotel is about a 1000 yard walk from the station, straight out the station straight down the main road and the hotel is on the right: simple. The booking in was straight forward and the staff helpful enough and the Privilege room that we booked was both clean and tidy and had an excellent view over the Porta Nigra. (There's a supermarket just through the gates and on the left.) For some unknown reason Accor hotels only supply one bathrobe even though two persons are booked for the room, not that we ever use them just curious. The town has ample sights to see and its worth a walk to both former Roman bridges that cross the Mosel river here, although the original bridges were both destroyed in the war. Karl Marks house is not that far away nor is his statue and the Roman baths (now under repair) is worth the walk. The helpful staff at reception will supply you with a map. We did not dine at the hotel as we prefer to eat locally nor do we pass comment on the sleep quality as you either have good night sleep or you don't, can't blame the hotel: simple really. The town and the hotel was worth a one day stop overt. Good hotel, in a good location, with good staff and booked at a good price: what more do you want. Bon journey
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5/5Perfect42 Reviews
2.85km from downtown
Hotel Porta Nigra has a great location very close to the famous Roman gate and the old city. Unfortunately, if you book on Expedia you are told that the hotel has parking, but not that you have to book it separately. So we arrived and were told there was no hotel parking available and that we would have to pay Euro 15 per night to use the public parking at the Mercure nearby. I don't blame the hotel, but this should have been clear on the Expedia site. Be prepared and contact the hotel in advance if you want to use their parking facilities. We had a spacious family apartment on the ground floor - large and spacious with a kitchenette and dining table, fridge. Great. Unfortunately the hotel Wifi only extends one metre inside the room, so you can only access it from the bathroom or from the coat cupboard. This is rather annoying as you can imagine Breakfast was fine but the coffee maker used powdered milk rather than fresh so you are better off avoidingh the cappuccino and latte options from the machine. Housekeeping service was minimal. Front desk staff are friendly.
FromUS$93
4/5Very Good15 Reviews
2.9km from downtown
This historic hotel in central Trier is located between the Porta Nigra and Trier Cathedral. It offers modern rooms and free WiFi. Trier Train Station is a 10-minute walk away.All rooms at Hotel zum Christophel are comfortably furnished and come with satellite TV. Some rooms have views of the Porta Nigra gate.Th hotel offers a rich breakfast each morning. Guests are welcome to enjoy the breakfast and relax on the terrace during the summer. The on-site café is open daily between 07:00 and 20:00.Paid private parking is available 250 metres from the property.
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4.2/5Very Good64 Reviews
2.96km from downtown
The staff are great here - upon checkin the Manger helped contact Enterprise for our rental car pickup. This was so helpful. we chose the hotel to be close to the rental car. The hotel feels modern and room were a pretty good size. Only drawback is the hotel is far into town. We did walk it - took about 20 minutes one way. so good to get exercise, but a little far. but it is easy to navigate - down one street to Porta Nigra. The hotel was great for one night, but if you want to spend more time in old town Trier, this might be a bit far.
FromUS$75
4/5Very Good28 Reviews
2.97km from downtown
With a stay at Ricks City Hotel 2 in Trier (Mitte), you'll be a 2-minute drive from Porta Nigra and 6 minutes from Arena Trier. This hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Saar-Hunsrueck Nature Park and 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Karl Marx House.Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.Stay in one of 13 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers. Housekeeping is provided daily, and cribs/infant beds (complimentary) can be requested.
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5/5Perfect70 Reviews
3km from downtown
Since all the attractions were closed the day before yesterday, I didn't see the former residence of Marx, who had the highest expectations for the trip to Germany. I was not reconciled and returned! The hotel’s breakfast is good and rich, as well as instant noodles. When checking in, the front desk asked the hotel to email the reservation form received when booking the hotel, and emphasized the importance. This 20-day trip to Germany is the only one that needs to send a reservation form to the hotel. Please pay attention to check-in
FromUS$136
5/5Perfect57 Reviews
3.04km from downtown
The location of the hotel right in the middle of the old town can't be beaten. Ideal if you want to visit Trier. But the trainstation is also not far - 800 meters - if you want to visit other towns/sights like Luxembourg or Schloss Eltz. I had a comfortable room with a sitting corner and desk. And a good working airco, very useful in the summer! Very friendly staff. Nice touches like a welcome drink, fruit in your room and a jam jar as parting gift, add to the warm ambiance of this hotel.
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Hotels Near Altenhof Waldgastst. In Trier Review

4.9/549 Reviews
The Holiday Inn Express in Trier is a newer hotel in a city without a lot of hotels. It's an easy walk (about 15 minutes) from the historic city center with most of the tourist attractions. If I had to guess I would say the hotel has been open for about a year. There is still a fresh paint smell. Some of the walls by the front desk are also missing paint as if construction or decorating isn't done yet. There's a lot to like about the hotel, including a full bar, fast and free wifi, a good TV, and huge walk-in showers. However, there are some big issues. The hotel advertises free parking. While parking is free, there are NOT enough spaces for all guests. I was told to park in a muddy, dirty field between the parking lot and main road. I had to make an illegal turn from the road, drive over the sidewalk and risk damage to my car and tires. Why was this hotel allowed to build a parking lot that did not have one space for every room? The breakfast is typical by German continental breakfast standards. However, Holiday Inn Express advertises a hot breakfast. There were no hot eggs or anything that adhered to the hot breakfast standard. There is no gym. I have never stayed at a Holiday Inn Express anywhere without a gym, even a small gym. Why does a newly built not have a gym? Guest rooms are very, very small with nothing but a closet, small table and shelve. I had a king-sized room. It would be very crowded if there were two people in the room. My room did not feature the usual Holiday Inn Express amenities. No lotion, no bar of soap, no shampoo, no conditioner and no body wash. Instead, there was one dispenser of Dove soap and one dispenser of Dove shampoo-conditioner. That's it. That is not consistent with my experience at Holiday Inn Express hotels everywhere else. Also, there was no clock, no refrigerator and no coffeemaker, despite coffeemakers being advertised. I did get a kettle with tea and instant coffee. My IHG Spire status recognition at check-in consisted of getting a voucher for a free drink. When I redeemed the voucher at the full bar I was told it didn't cover the cost of a glass of wine. What's the point of the voucher? The bar has several regional wines, but the bartender did not speak English beyond basic words. It was difficult to confirm what wines were dry. Staff were few and far between. On a Saturday night when the hotel seemed 100% sold-out, there was only one front desk employee and one bartender. When issue arose the front desk employee had to leave and go to guest rooms, forcing the bartender who didn't speak fluent English to work both the bar and the front desk. This resulted in wait times of 10 minutes for a drink. After a week of staying in local German hotels I was really looking forward to the consistent chain experience of a Holiday Inn Express. Next time I'm in Trier, I will book the Mercure instead.
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FromUS$84
5/557 Reviews
The location of the hotel right in the middle of the old town can't be beaten. Ideal if you want to visit Trier. But the trainstation is also not far - 800 meters - if you want to visit other towns/sights like Luxembourg or Schloss Eltz. I had a comfortable room with a sitting corner and desk. And a good working airco, very useful in the summer! Very friendly staff. Nice touches like a welcome drink, fruit in your room and a jam jar as parting gift, add to the warm ambiance of this hotel.
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FromUS$157
5/542 Reviews
Hotel Porta Nigra has a great location very close to the famous Roman gate and the old city. Unfortunately, if you book on Expedia you are told that the hotel has parking, but not that you have to book it separately. So we arrived and were told there was no hotel parking available and that we would have to pay Euro 15 per night to use the public parking at the Mercure nearby. I don't blame the hotel, but this should have been clear on the Expedia site. Be prepared and contact the hotel in advance if you want to use their parking facilities. We had a spacious family apartment on the ground floor - large and spacious with a kitchenette and dining table, fridge. Great. Unfortunately the hotel Wifi only extends one metre inside the room, so you can only access it from the bathroom or from the coat cupboard. This is rather annoying as you can imagine Breakfast was fine but the coffee maker used powdered milk rather than fresh so you are better off avoidingh the cappuccino and latte options from the machine. Housekeeping service was minimal. Front desk staff are friendly.
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FromUS$93
4.2/564 Reviews
The staff are great here - upon checkin the Manger helped contact Enterprise for our rental car pickup. This was so helpful. we chose the hotel to be close to the rental car. The hotel feels modern and room were a pretty good size. Only drawback is the hotel is far into town. We did walk it - took about 20 minutes one way. so good to get exercise, but a little far. but it is easy to navigate - down one street to Porta Nigra. The hotel was great for one night, but if you want to spend more time in old town Trier, this might be a bit far.
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FromUS$75
4.4/564 Reviews
This is a mid size hotel that operates with the Professionalism, efficiency. and thoroughness of a grand hotel. The desk staff were uniformed and operate 24 hours a day and are helpful with any problem: directions, travel plans, tours etc... I loved the lobby holiday decor, free punch, and comfortable furnishings. The location of the hotel is in walking distance to all attractions.The Hotel Restaurant has excellent food at competitive prices. The room price was right at $485 dollars for 5 nights.The room was large and spacious. It was beautiful.They even had a vending machine in the hall that sold N?A Beer for 2 Euros. I appreciate the fact they don't have a "gotcha" attitude for items bought on premises. You don't find a Coffee pot in the room everywhere in Europe and its nice to have for hot drinks. I added Breakfast for $10US and it was worth the price. All sorts of Hot and Cold selections that included Bacon, Sausage, and fresh baked Christmas Stollen that was better than that found at the Christmas market.It was served in a NO-Rush restaurant setting that was spacious. I had a long stay (5 nights) and had one incident with extended stay contract workers who were returning to Poland and were up late doing the polka on my ceiling at 1am but I got the impression that this was an aberration from the norm here.
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FromUS$79
5/566 Reviews
This hotel is centrally located in the historic district of trier. 4 minutes to the Dom. 8 minutes to the Porta Negra. We walked to all the Roman sites, Our room was on the 3rd floor and high enough to be quiet with a nice view to the hills. No coffee or tea service in the room, and the two English cable channels did not work (BBC and CCN), that is a minor issue, Clean, Comfortable bed, nice bath, with wimpy shower flow. Staff extremely friendly and helpful. and like everyone we met in Trier spoke excellent English, The entrance is not easy to see as it's thru an arch into a courtyard. A huge white fountain out front is a good landmark. Traveling in the time of Covid in Germany, be prepared to show your Covid vaccination card prior to entering Museums and historic sites, also for all transportation and masks must worn on all transportation. 20 minute walk to the Viking and other river boat docks on the Mosel.
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FromUS$85
4.9/546 Reviews
The hotel is easy to find both from the south and the north near the Römerbrücke, and other main roads. The hotel looks a bit anonymous, but is nice and clean, the beds are good, you feel welcome, and the price is reasonable.The hotel has parking. It also has a large roof terrace with a good view. Breakfast was adequat, we found all we needed. It's only a 10min walk to the old town, marked and the Porte Negra, and other attractions. Trier has several good restautants from with excellant food. Trier is an old and facinanting town, worth a visit.
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FromUS$64
5/570 Reviews
Since all the attractions were closed the day before yesterday, I didn't see the former residence of Marx, who had the highest expectations for the trip to Germany. I was not reconciled and returned! The hotel’s breakfast is good and rich, as well as instant noodles. When checking in, the front desk asked the hotel to email the reservation form received when booking the hotel, and emphasized the importance. This 20-day trip to Germany is the only one that needs to send a reservation form to the hotel. Please pay attention to check-in
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FromUS$136
4.9/552 Reviews
Perfect locarion, very close to the city center and at the same time far away from the city noise. Very clean and cosy rooms, delicious breakfast and nice atmosphere. It feels really like a home. If I have a chance to go again to Trier, I would definitely book this hotel again.
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FromUS$82
3.5/567 Reviews
Arrived at Trier by train from Luxembourg for our one night stay in the town. The hotel is about a 1000 yard walk from the station, straight out the station straight down the main road and the hotel is on the right: simple. The booking in was straight forward and the staff helpful enough and the Privilege room that we booked was both clean and tidy and had an excellent view over the Porta Nigra. (There's a supermarket just through the gates and on the left.) For some unknown reason Accor hotels only supply one bathrobe even though two persons are booked for the room, not that we ever use them just curious. The town has ample sights to see and its worth a walk to both former Roman bridges that cross the Mosel river here, although the original bridges were both destroyed in the war. Karl Marks house is not that far away nor is his statue and the Roman baths (now under repair) is worth the walk. The helpful staff at reception will supply you with a map. We did not dine at the hotel as we prefer to eat locally nor do we pass comment on the sleep quality as you either have good night sleep or you don't, can't blame the hotel: simple really. The town and the hotel was worth a one day stop overt. Good hotel, in a good location, with good staff and booked at a good price: what more do you want. Bon journey
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FromUS$72
4.2/538 Reviews
This is a very well-located hotel, 15 min to the train station, 10 min to the river or porta nigra. Easy to reach the hiking point for a great panoramic view (35 min). The room was fine, even big, for one person - the bathroom felt small, but the shower was powerful and temperature was great. I was cold, in spite of the functioning heater, and could have used another blanket (I procured some extra towels instead). Love the fact that there’s a mini fridge - would have preferred it to be empty. Reception is not manned 24/7 but they usually seem to be happy to keep luggage and be helpful. I wasn’t too happy that my emails were not responded to, and my calls kept going to voicemail, which is why I didn’t give 5 stars. Didn’t try breakfast, but there are lots of eateries nearby.
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FromUS$64
2.9/527 Reviews
Very minimalist concept
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FromUS$64
4/54 Reviews
Small hotels in small towns, the whole town is within an hour’s walk, so even if the hotel is slightly remote (on the other side of the river), it does not affect too much. The heating in the room is relatively good, and the attitude of the waiter is the same as the arrogant German. Anyway, if the positioning is a budget hotel, the requirements are not particularly high, not bad.
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FromUS$87