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Ibis Essen Hauptbahnhof
3.7/536 Reviews
Ostviertel
If you have to go to Essen (and I'd not rush) then this hotel is a very good value choice. The rooms are Ibis-like as it is an Ibis and perfectly serviceable. The staff were friendly and helpful. The location is very near the station which is useful. The trains passing by are not annoying. I'd say this good location is tempered by the homeless people in between the hotel and the station. I do not mean that their presence is wrong, but some are a bit rude/aggressive, shouting if you do not acquiesce to their requests. That should not put someone off but it is better to be forewarned.
Ramada by Wyndham Essen
4.1/579 Reviews
Ostviertel
Old hotel, old beds, no gardens in the room, but lame lame that don't close anymore. Very hearing, much traffic noise, also with the window closed.
Holiday Inn Essen - City Centre
3.9/544 Reviews
Westviertel
I stayed here for a month whilst working in Essen. Receptionist friendly helpful and spoke excellent English. I was upgraded to an executive room, which was dated but clean and spacious and included a fridge. I was thankful for the air conditioning as the weather was hot at the time of my stay but would have preferred a sheet instead of the thick quilt. Breakfast was the standard offering but a rip off at €21 - you get a far better and cheaper breakfast at similar hotels. There’s a bar and an evening menu but this wasn’t always open however when it was the barman was great to have a chat with and get some local knowledge. There’s power sockets by the bedsides and WiFi was good. Location is good being just a 5 min walk to the underwhelming and disappointing city centre. It’s also only a 5 min walk to the metro which offers great value and for a fee of €9, gets you anywhere, although this was during a summer promotion. As a resident you get access to a gym across the road. The house keeping was at times quite poor with surfaces not wiped down. Overall a convenient place to stay but in need of modernisation which I think is a possibility in the future.
Premier Inn Essen City
4.1/520 Reviews
Westviertel
The hotel still needs to walk for ten minutes from bp, the location is ok. There are no toiletries slippers in the room, but you can go to the front desk on the first floor if you need them. German accommodation is more expensive than domestic, but it is worth the price.
Hotel Essener Hof, Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western
4.3/539 Reviews
Stadtkern
The rooms are well furnished also a little away from the typical room. My room had separate toilet and shower, very pleasant. Small Manco, an unforgettable object 4 hours after the CA, was allegedly not found in the room, which is bad. So small he wasn't. Beds are also very comfortable, everything in all very good hotel.
Premier Inn Essen City Centre
4.1/531 Reviews
Stadtkern
Have spent more nights in premier inns that I can remember. Have used them in the UK for years. They're all pretty much the same (Zip and Hub aside of course) both of which I also like. The German offering is either aimed at a slightly higher niceness or are maybe just newer. Anyhoo, the rooms are nice. But. I've stayed at the Essen hotel before and the beds weren't great then and don't seem to have been replaced in the last year. The result is (my 2p) that the beds are too soft and when I sit on them, the springs bottom out and I can feel the base. It's not much better when trying to sleep. This is a bit weird as the ones in premier inns in the UK are excellent, to the point where I considered buying one of same type of mattresses/beds for home. This last weekend, the TV was Broken in the first room, so asked to move because the bed was rubbish. Bed also rubbish in second room. By the time I got to the third room I was too embarrassed to ask to move again but the bed thing isn't restricted to one room. Staff were good, the lady on reception was excellent even when facing an avalanche of customers as six pm approached. Overall, an average stay but the beds would mean I'll probably head to Dortmund and the Mercure next time.

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