Hotels Near Paradiesgarten In Speyer

4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.24km from Paradiesgarten
We enjoyed our stay at the Trutzpfaff Hotel in Speyer. The location was great - just a short walk to the Dom and great restaurants. The walk to the Rhine to watch the ships was very pleasant and the restauants there were very pleasant too. The hotel was very kind and we were able to have a room on the ground floor. Also, since we got there in the morning before our room was available, they not only kept our bags for us but also put them into our room. The beds were very comfortable and the room larger than expected.
FromUS$84.00
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.42km from Paradiesgarten
Why is it that so often, my husband chooses the better dish than me? That the people at the next table have ordered what seems to be sublime? When my selection arrives, looks horrible, tastes awful, costs terrible (for what it is). The descriptions sound wonderful, enticing, exciting. How do you choose? How do you know what's prepared well and is delicious, and what's not. Serves me right, I'm in Germany and I ordered a beefburger with avocado and Tex-Mex sauce with salad. But this was not minced beef, it was ground beef (as in ground almonds) and was as solid as a discus, and where was the avocado? I'm sure a decent burger is available in Germany, but not here. My husbands choice was superb, a schnitzel, melting like butter, with Blumenthal beating chips. This is why I must say that Maximilian is very good. It's a great place, full of atmosphere and buzz, the service is very good, the menu long (maybe too long), and prices only a little more than average, just don't order the beefburger.
FromUS$72.00
0/50 Reviews
0.52km from Paradiesgarten
FromUS$106.00
3.8/510 Reviews
0.66km from Paradiesgarten
Booked this hotel as we were going to the GP at Hockenheim. It was a good location. I reserver 2 rooms, at 99 Euros per night - ROOM ONLY. When we arrived, (as I had booked in August 2018), we asked if breakfast was included. We were advised it was NOT at it was 11 Euros per person, so as we were up and out early we opted to skip breakfast and get to the track. On check out, our bill had listed Breakfast per room at 22 Euros (which is 11 each), plus room rate of 77 Euros. Now I know this adds up to what we were expecting to pay, but we would have had the breakfast if we knew we were going to be charged. The hotel said, when we challenged it, that they had changed their pricing structure, and rooms were now 77 Euros, plus breakfast. If they had said, the rate you are paying includes your breakfast we would have had it. On our final day we decided as we had paid 88 Euros per couple for the breakfast for 4 days, we might as well have a croissant!!! The hotel refused to resolve and said it was Booking.coms responsibility, as we booked through them! Now have trouble with booking.com resolving this. We are still waiting on a refund on 66 Euros per room. 2) It was a warm weekend but even when the weather cooled, the rooms were so hot! No air con. We took a fan with us, and the hotel provided us with one.
FromUS$80.00
3.7/511 Reviews
0.9km from Paradiesgarten
This hotel is what it is, a hotel next to an attraction. I gave it 5 out of 5 stars because it is convenient to the Technik Museum Speyer (less than 5 minutes' walk), has an outstanding breakfast buffet, the staff is very professional, and the parking is free. I saw complaints about the bathroom being small. To me, that's average for a hotel in Germany, so it wasn't a big deal to me. The only thing I wish my room had was USB charging. I was expecting to have that and had to go out to an electronics store to find adaptors to charge our phones.
FromUS$68.00
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.9km from Paradiesgarten
Very nice hotel. Lovely dinner and breakfast. We stayed 1 night en route to Italy. We had a lovely 3 course meal for dinner. Staff were friendly and helpful. Buffet breakfast was amazing! They had lots of fresh fruit, yogurts, cereals, breads, rolls, cold meats, cheeses, jams etc. Teas and coffees were from a machine but still good. Also a selection of fruit juices. The rooms are a good size and very clean. The bathroom was lovely with a walk in shower. I would recommend this hotel.
FromUS$127.00
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.4km from Paradiesgarten
The Hotel Am Wartturm is a wonderful little hotel (only 17 rooms) a bit outside of Speyer. With bikes it takes about 10 minutes to cycle in to the city centre. Bikes can be rent at the hotel as well (only 4 bikes available though). There is also a bus stop just outside with busses going every 30 minutes. The hotel is freshly renovated, very stylish and comfortable. Our room was nice, quite big and spotless clean. The beds were very comfortable and for those with a light sleep, they even offered earplugs. We also highly recommend the breakfast buffet. There was everything you could ask for, all freshly made with lots of love and variety. Last not least the staff was very friendly and makes you feel welcome directly. All in all we can definately recommend the Hotel Am Wartturm if is not a problem that it is a bit outside the citycentre.
FromUS$89.00
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
2.46km from Paradiesgarten
This new hotel, situated on the north side of Speyer and just a few minutes’ walk from the Steinh?userwühlsee and Wammsee lakes, offers well-equipped rooms, furnished in a Mediterranean style.The quiet location of Hotel Sperling is convenient for visiting the nearby attractions of Speyer, as well as for day-trip destinations such as the Bavarian Spessart Nature Park.A particularly unique excursion is offered by the owner who can organise for you to accompany him on a short roundtrip in his gyrocopter, MT03. You can enjoy spectacular views over the cathedral city in this extraordinary machine.A buffet breakfast is served in the modern and welcoming hotel restaurant, supplying you with the energy you need to enjoy a full day of sightseeing or flying.
FromUS$94.00
4.2/5Very Good11 Reviews
5.05km from Paradiesgarten
This review is meant for Tourists visiting Lindner Hotel and Spa - locals seem to understand this place, so this review is not intended for you. I gave this review an overall 4-stars because they deserve it. The hotel and spa are beautiful and our stay was quite lovely. However, this resort did a truly terrible job of making tourists feel welcomed and a part of the experience. The management and staff should take note of the following to help future tourists who may visit. First - this was the only place we visited in Germany where English was an issue. Signs, guides, receipts and staff simply were all in German. When I checked in the employee spoke English very well, and asked me if it was my first time staying there. When I said yes, I guess I would have liked a little more details on the place and how it works, since I didn't know what questions to ask. She basically told me where the spa and restaurant were and that was it. The rooms are beautiful, lots of towels, robes and slippers included. We had a beautiful view of the pool area and it was great. The complex is divided into two areas - the Pool area and Spa. We were given a guide to the grounds when we arrived, but it was entirely in German. We had read that some areas were clothing optional - that is NOT THE CASE. The pool area requires a bathing suit, and the spa area requires you to be naked. We initially went swimming in the pool, it was beautiful. There was nice path to the sauna, but when we went there in our swim suits, a man yelled at us in German and pushed us away. It was very awkward and we didn't understand. We ultimately used Google translate to take a picture of a doorway to finally realize it was a clothes free area. Obviously this is well understood by locals, but as tourists it was a difficult experience. Later we enjoyed the spa area in the nude, but saw a spa employee being very aggressive about the "rules of the spa" to three other tourists. This could all be avoided with some explanation or a hotel guide in English. The employee literally made them leave the sauna, undress, and then return. There is only one option here for dinner - and we were fine with that. However you need to have a reservation which was not clear to us. When we went to the restaurant for dinner, we were made to feel quite stupid for not having a reservation, that the restaurant was completed booked (though less than half full) and that we would have only the option of dining in the lobby on couches and coffee tables. How embarrassing! And on top of that the food was quite mediocre and over priced So for you tourists - you can have a wonderful time here if you are ok with being naked in the spa area, and book reservations for dinner.
FromUS$127.00

Hotels Near Paradiesgarten In Speyer Review

3.7/511 Reviews
This hotel is what it is, a hotel next to an attraction. I gave it 5 out of 5 stars because it is convenient to the Technik Museum Speyer (less than 5 minutes' walk), has an outstanding breakfast buffet, the staff is very professional, and the parking is free. I saw complaints about the bathroom being small. To me, that's average for a hotel in Germany, so it wasn't a big deal to me. The only thing I wish my room had was USB charging. I was expecting to have that and had to go out to an electronics store to find adaptors to charge our phones.
Show more
FromUS$68.00
4.2/511 Reviews
This review is meant for Tourists visiting Lindner Hotel and Spa - locals seem to understand this place, so this review is not intended for you. I gave this review an overall 4-stars because they deserve it. The hotel and spa are beautiful and our stay was quite lovely. However, this resort did a truly terrible job of making tourists feel welcomed and a part of the experience. The management and staff should take note of the following to help future tourists who may visit. First - this was the only place we visited in Germany where English was an issue. Signs, guides, receipts and staff simply were all in German. When I checked in the employee spoke English very well, and asked me if it was my first time staying there. When I said yes, I guess I would have liked a little more details on the place and how it works, since I didn't know what questions to ask. She basically told me where the spa and restaurant were and that was it. The rooms are beautiful, lots of towels, robes and slippers included. We had a beautiful view of the pool area and it was great. The complex is divided into two areas - the Pool area and Spa. We were given a guide to the grounds when we arrived, but it was entirely in German. We had read that some areas were clothing optional - that is NOT THE CASE. The pool area requires a bathing suit, and the spa area requires you to be naked. We initially went swimming in the pool, it was beautiful. There was nice path to the sauna, but when we went there in our swim suits, a man yelled at us in German and pushed us away. It was very awkward and we didn't understand. We ultimately used Google translate to take a picture of a doorway to finally realize it was a clothes free area. Obviously this is well understood by locals, but as tourists it was a difficult experience. Later we enjoyed the spa area in the nude, but saw a spa employee being very aggressive about the "rules of the spa" to three other tourists. This could all be avoided with some explanation or a hotel guide in English. The employee literally made them leave the sauna, undress, and then return. There is only one option here for dinner - and we were fine with that. However you need to have a reservation which was not clear to us. When we went to the restaurant for dinner, we were made to feel quite stupid for not having a reservation, that the restaurant was completed booked (though less than half full) and that we would have only the option of dining in the lobby on couches and coffee tables. How embarrassing! And on top of that the food was quite mediocre and over priced So for you tourists - you can have a wonderful time here if you are ok with being naked in the spa area, and book reservations for dinner.
Show more
FromUS$127.00
4.2/510 Reviews
Very nice hotel. Lovely dinner and breakfast. We stayed 1 night en route to Italy. We had a lovely 3 course meal for dinner. Staff were friendly and helpful. Buffet breakfast was amazing! They had lots of fresh fruit, yogurts, cereals, breads, rolls, cold meats, cheeses, jams etc. Teas and coffees were from a machine but still good. Also a selection of fruit juices. The rooms are a good size and very clean. The bathroom was lovely with a walk in shower. I would recommend this hotel.
Show more
FromUS$127.00
3.8/510 Reviews
Booked this hotel as we were going to the GP at Hockenheim. It was a good location. I reserver 2 rooms, at 99 Euros per night - ROOM ONLY. When we arrived, (as I had booked in August 2018), we asked if breakfast was included. We were advised it was NOT at it was 11 Euros per person, so as we were up and out early we opted to skip breakfast and get to the track. On check out, our bill had listed Breakfast per room at 22 Euros (which is 11 each), plus room rate of 77 Euros. Now I know this adds up to what we were expecting to pay, but we would have had the breakfast if we knew we were going to be charged. The hotel said, when we challenged it, that they had changed their pricing structure, and rooms were now 77 Euros, plus breakfast. If they had said, the rate you are paying includes your breakfast we would have had it. On our final day we decided as we had paid 88 Euros per couple for the breakfast for 4 days, we might as well have a croissant!!! The hotel refused to resolve and said it was Booking.coms responsibility, as we booked through them! Now have trouble with booking.com resolving this. We are still waiting on a refund on 66 Euros per room. 2) It was a warm weekend but even when the weather cooled, the rooms were so hot! No air con. We took a fan with us, and the hotel provided us with one.
Show more
FromUS$80.00
4.2/510 Reviews
Why is it that so often, my husband chooses the better dish than me? That the people at the next table have ordered what seems to be sublime? When my selection arrives, looks horrible, tastes awful, costs terrible (for what it is). The descriptions sound wonderful, enticing, exciting. How do you choose? How do you know what's prepared well and is delicious, and what's not. Serves me right, I'm in Germany and I ordered a beefburger with avocado and Tex-Mex sauce with salad. But this was not minced beef, it was ground beef (as in ground almonds) and was as solid as a discus, and where was the avocado? I'm sure a decent burger is available in Germany, but not here. My husbands choice was superb, a schnitzel, melting like butter, with Blumenthal beating chips. This is why I must say that Maximilian is very good. It's a great place, full of atmosphere and buzz, the service is very good, the menu long (maybe too long), and prices only a little more than average, just don't order the beefburger.
Show more
FromUS$72.00
4.2/510 Reviews
Very nice hotel. Lovely dinner and breakfast. We stayed 1 night en route to Italy. We had a lovely 3 course meal for dinner. Staff were friendly and helpful. Buffet breakfast was amazing! They had lots of fresh fruit, yogurts, cereals, breads, rolls, cold meats, cheeses, jams etc. Teas and coffees were from a machine but still good. Also a selection of fruit juices. The rooms are a good size and very clean. The bathroom was lovely with a walk in shower. I would recommend this hotel.
Show more
FromUS$127.00
Brand of the Year Awards 2020, South Korea
Brand of the Year Awards 2020, South Korea
Google Material Design Awards 2019
Google Material Design Awards 2019
Asia eCommerce Awards 2019, Hong Kong
Asia eCommerce Awards 2019, Hong Kong