Untere Donaulände 4, Passau, Bavaria, Germany
"The Hotel is coveniently sited with the Reception Floor at street level in the centre of Passau, and the Rear Entrance 2 floors lower giving direct access to the Danube river. There is a lift and stairs to all floors, with a small roof terrace overlooking the Danube Our room on the 4th Floor overlooked the Danuble. Our room was spacious with Double Bed, settee which converted into a bed, desk and chair , Television, minibar, tray of assoted snacks to buy and most unusually a Kettle and tea making facilities. The bathroom was reasonably sized fully tiled with underfloor heating, there was a bath and overhead shower. A nice touch was different coloured towels on the bathroom radiator which stopped that "which (white) towel have you used " discussion. There was also an ample selection of toiletries including toothbrush and razor! Large wardrobes completed the deal. The hotel because of its locationin the centre of town, does not serve Dinners, but the buffet breakfast is excelllent, large selection, with everything fresh and relenished regularily by the two very efficient and helpful Staff. A nice touch is jugs of fresh coffee or pots of tea are served It was obvious that the whole hotel had been carefully desisugned and the theme of satin wood and teak on doors was carried through on wardrobes, Reception desk and even the Breakfast food Island Ther was also a small but comfortable bar, and also sauna facilities All in all I would recommend this hotel"
"The Hotel Passauer Wolf had an entrance off the Danube quay as well as an entrance off the Altstadt pedestrian zone. The hotel was a quick taxi ride from the station and very German, with efficiently designed, comfortable rooms. Towels were thick and luxurious. Though we did not specifically book a room with a Danube view, we nonetheless had a partial view of the river. The bed was comfortable with individual quilts. We slept well, even with the window open at night. The room had a fan, which we placed near the window. There was no air conditioning. Breakfast was EUR 9,--/day per person. What a superb value: huge buffet, wide variety of coffee, tea, and juices, even Easter eggs for the holiday, The hotel has a lift, but there are still partial stairways. The lift does not go to the top floor. My wife has trouble going up and down stairs and we were booked on the top floor. The hotel staff were extremely understanding, courteous, and accommodating and managed to rebook our room to a more accessible floor (even though there were still a few steps involved). This despite the hotel being completely booked over the Easter holiday. I can't overstate how grateful we were. We had a great stay at this very German hotel and would definitely stay here again. It was a true find and an excellent value. When it was time to take our luggage to the Viking River Ship, it was parked directly across the street from the hotel. What a great happenstance."
"Wonderful location for exploring the old city, going to restaurants, or biking along the Danube. Staff is very friendly and helpful, especially Frieda! The breakfast is well organized and well stocked with all types of foods in the large buffet. everything was clean and comfortable. The rooftop terrace and welcome drinks were added bonuses. We were on the top floor, so it was a bit warm if we kept the windows closed, but since school was not yet in session, noise was not an issue. I think that is the same for any hotel in the old city. It was nice to have a river view and a sky light, yet darken the room entirely with the blackout shades. A great value!"