Category Archives: Bremen

Stylish hotel centrally located in Bremen! – 5 star

With extensive leisure facilities including a steam bath, gym, sauna and massage this five star stylish hotel, centrally located in Bremen, welcomes families, business guests, couples and groups of friends looking to explore this delightful city. Guest rooms have connecting rooms for those travelling in groups, as well as plush duvets, high speed internet connection and cable television. The property offers city tours, theatre reservations, bicycle rental and an airport shuttle service whilst those needing to work will be well catered for in the onsite business centre complete with all the necessary facilities and services such as meeting rooms, sound equipment and an exhibition room. Just a five minute walk away from the market square, the sights and attractions of Bremen are within easy reach, and should you wish to explore surrounding towns and villages, the bus and tram both stop outside the hotel.

For the ultimate dining experience, whether celebrating an occasion or for romance, head to Bremer Ratskeller located beneath the beautiful town hall in the market square. As you step into this vaulted cellar you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time, complete with stone columns and wine barrels-a motif of the cask wines that mature here, including the country’s oldest wine dating back to 1653. Expect local specialities, German beer, an extensive wine list and private booths for those after something more intimate.

Spend the day wandering around this historic city and don’t miss a tour of St. Peter’s Cathedral, an impressive building in the market square dating back to 789. The Cathedral is perhaps most famous for its mummies in the crypt, but it also contains five organs from famous merchants and beautiful carvings and decorative facades depicting the Passion and Crucifixion of Christ. In the winter, the market place is transformed into a festive feast for the eyes! If you’re visiting during this period, be sure to stock up on stocking fillers. The prettiest shopping experience however has to be in the charming Art Nouveau street of Böttcherstraße.

If you’re visiting Bremen with children, take a boat trip up the River Weser for a unique tour through this part of Germany. If you’d prefer to stay on dry land, Bremen’s House of History is a fun history tour of the city with actors playing some of the city’s most famous residents and stock characters- an interactive experience to keep all ages entertained.

Enjoy your stay in the traditional city of Bremen!