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5 star

3.5/576 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.73km from downtown
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
4.4/5Excellent102 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.81km from downtown
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
3/5103 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.59km from downtown
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
4.2/5Very Good24 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.7km from downtown
Providing free WiFi, RheinCity Hotel & Boardinghouse is located in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, within 1.7 km of Feierabendhaus der BASF. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Guest rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. All rooms have a kitchenette with a microwave, stovetop, toaster and electric kettle. All guest rooms at RheinCity Hotel feature air conditioning and a desk. A continental breakfast is offered daily. Guests can enjoy free coffee and tea throughout the day.
4.5/5Excellent23 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|2.99km from downtown
This family friendly hotel is centrally located just 3 km from the city centre of Ludwigshafen and Mannheim. Guests at Gartenstadt Hotel have free access to the on-site sauna. The air-conditioned bedrooms feature a minibar, and cable TV. Bathrooms are en-suite and a hairdryer is supplied. The restaurant serves a rich breakfast buffet each morning and snacks throughout the day. Internet connection free of charge in the restaurant. Free parking is available and the A650 motorway is 2 km away. Ludwigshafen-Mundenheim Train Station is an 8-minute walk away with direct connections to Heidelberg
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.77km from downtown
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.

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Business travel

4.4/5Excellent102 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.81km from downtown
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
3.5/576 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.73km from downtown
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
3/5103 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.59km from downtown
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
4.2/5Very Good24 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.7km from downtown
Providing free WiFi, RheinCity Hotel & Boardinghouse is located in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, within 1.7 km of Feierabendhaus der BASF. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Guest rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. All rooms have a kitchenette with a microwave, stovetop, toaster and electric kettle. All guest rooms at RheinCity Hotel feature air conditioning and a desk. A continental breakfast is offered daily. Guests can enjoy free coffee and tea throughout the day.
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.77km from downtown
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.
4.5/5Excellent23 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|2.99km from downtown
This family friendly hotel is centrally located just 3 km from the city centre of Ludwigshafen and Mannheim. Guests at Gartenstadt Hotel have free access to the on-site sauna. The air-conditioned bedrooms feature a minibar, and cable TV. Bathrooms are en-suite and a hairdryer is supplied. The restaurant serves a rich breakfast buffet each morning and snacks throughout the day. Internet connection free of charge in the restaurant. Free parking is available and the A650 motorway is 2 km away. Ludwigshafen-Mundenheim Train Station is an 8-minute walk away with direct connections to Heidelberg

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Breakfast

4.4/5Excellent102 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.81km from downtown
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
3.5/576 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.73km from downtown
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
3/5103 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.59km from downtown
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
4.2/5Very Good24 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.7km from downtown
Providing free WiFi, RheinCity Hotel & Boardinghouse is located in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, within 1.7 km of Feierabendhaus der BASF. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Guest rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. All rooms have a kitchenette with a microwave, stovetop, toaster and electric kettle. All guest rooms at RheinCity Hotel feature air conditioning and a desk. A continental breakfast is offered daily. Guests can enjoy free coffee and tea throughout the day.
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.77km from downtown
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.
4.5/5Excellent23 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|2.99km from downtown
This family friendly hotel is centrally located just 3 km from the city centre of Ludwigshafen and Mannheim. Guests at Gartenstadt Hotel have free access to the on-site sauna. The air-conditioned bedrooms feature a minibar, and cable TV. Bathrooms are en-suite and a hairdryer is supplied. The restaurant serves a rich breakfast buffet each morning and snacks throughout the day. Internet connection free of charge in the restaurant. Free parking is available and the A650 motorway is 2 km away. Ludwigshafen-Mundenheim Train Station is an 8-minute walk away with direct connections to Heidelberg

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Family friendly

4.4/5Excellent102 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.81km from downtown
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
3.5/576 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.73km from downtown
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
3/5103 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.59km from downtown
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
4.2/5Very Good24 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.7km from downtown
Providing free WiFi, RheinCity Hotel & Boardinghouse is located in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, within 1.7 km of Feierabendhaus der BASF. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Guest rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. All rooms have a kitchenette with a microwave, stovetop, toaster and electric kettle. All guest rooms at RheinCity Hotel feature air conditioning and a desk. A continental breakfast is offered daily. Guests can enjoy free coffee and tea throughout the day.
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.77km from downtown
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.
4.5/5Excellent23 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|2.99km from downtown
This family friendly hotel is centrally located just 3 km from the city centre of Ludwigshafen and Mannheim. Guests at Gartenstadt Hotel have free access to the on-site sauna. The air-conditioned bedrooms feature a minibar, and cable TV. Bathrooms are en-suite and a hairdryer is supplied. The restaurant serves a rich breakfast buffet each morning and snacks throughout the day. Internet connection free of charge in the restaurant. Free parking is available and the A650 motorway is 2 km away. Ludwigshafen-Mundenheim Train Station is an 8-minute walk away with direct connections to Heidelberg

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Hotels near Popular Attractions in Ludwigshafen am Rhein

Wilhelm-Hack-Museum

4.2/5Very Good24 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.5km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
Providing free WiFi, RheinCity Hotel & Boardinghouse is located in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, within 1.7 km of Feierabendhaus der BASF. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Guest rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. All rooms have a kitchenette with a microwave, stovetop, toaster and electric kettle. All guest rooms at RheinCity Hotel feature air conditioning and a desk. A continental breakfast is offered daily. Guests can enjoy free coffee and tea throughout the day.
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.53km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.
3/5103 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.54km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
4.4/5Excellent102 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.59km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
3.5/576 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.65km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
3.9/5117 Reviews
Mannheim|1.47km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
All in all, the hotel seems like one that should have been closed a long time ago ! The staff talked ugly about us to other customers in front of us as he thought we did not understand German. It was really uncomfortable. The rooms were dirty and it did not seem as if had been cleaned for a long time, very reassuring in these covid-19 times. The elevator did not work In the evening when we went to bed, another team of guests entered the room, as they too had been assigned the room, again very uncomfortable and not very reassuring. and the guy at the front desk did not even say sorry, he seemed more angry that he had to work When we got home in the evening our access card did not work so we had to stand in line for 20 minutes to get help twice !! The room was not cleaned either!! The restaurant was also closed! There was nothing working! Very rude staff!
4.4/5Excellent101 Reviews
Mannheim|1.77km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
we are visiting Mannheim severll times in the year for family reasons, aiiways stsying at this hotel , it is very goog located for tranpottation reasons and for shoping as well. the staff all overe the hotel loves and is willing to help with and need
4.7/5Outstanding64 Reviews
Mannheim|1.74km from Wilhelm-Hack-Museum
The hotel is very quiet, no hear of the train traffic in the rooms. The hotel and the equipment are quite new. We have been there three times and will book it again. Free parking is difficult to find and the crew of security and order is very active in Mannheim. Parking in unpermitted places can be expensive quickly. However, there are also enough parking houses directly next to or nearby. The reception hall is beautifully designed and there is also a friendly reception, but it is not free of charge. The reception staff is very friendly and will be happy to continue to help as far as possible. The train station is in the immediate vicinity. A walk to the Rhine takes only 10 to 15 minutes and is in any case worth the effort.

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Kulturzentrum dasHaus

4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.43km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.
4.2/5Very Good24 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.45km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
Providing free WiFi, RheinCity Hotel & Boardinghouse is located in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, within 1.7 km of Feierabendhaus der BASF. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Guest rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. All rooms have a kitchenette with a microwave, stovetop, toaster and electric kettle. All guest rooms at RheinCity Hotel feature air conditioning and a desk. A continental breakfast is offered daily. Guests can enjoy free coffee and tea throughout the day.
4.4/5Excellent102 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.51km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
3/5103 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.59km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
3.5/576 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|0.68km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
3.9/5117 Reviews
Mannheim|1.39km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
All in all, the hotel seems like one that should have been closed a long time ago ! The staff talked ugly about us to other customers in front of us as he thought we did not understand German. It was really uncomfortable. The rooms were dirty and it did not seem as if had been cleaned for a long time, very reassuring in these covid-19 times. The elevator did not work In the evening when we went to bed, another team of guests entered the room, as they too had been assigned the room, again very uncomfortable and not very reassuring. and the guy at the front desk did not even say sorry, he seemed more angry that he had to work When we got home in the evening our access card did not work so we had to stand in line for 20 minutes to get help twice !! The room was not cleaned either!! The restaurant was also closed! There was nothing working! Very rude staff!
4.4/5Excellent101 Reviews
Mannheim|1.69km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
we are visiting Mannheim severll times in the year for family reasons, aiiways stsying at this hotel , it is very goog located for tranpottation reasons and for shoping as well. the staff all overe the hotel loves and is willing to help with and need
4/5Very Good109 Reviews
Mannheim|1.8km from Kulturzentrum dasHaus
There is a coffee machine in the room, but no kettle, nor at the front desk. No extra bed possible. The location of the hotel is OK, the city is not big. The breakfast is very good. The first class of service staff is English, and the communication is mainly in German. Small snacks and lemonade are provided in the lobby. There is parking lot.

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Stadtarchiv

4.2/5Very Good24 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|1.03km from Stadtarchiv
Providing free WiFi, RheinCity Hotel & Boardinghouse is located in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, within 1.7 km of Feierabendhaus der BASF. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Guest rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area. All rooms have a kitchenette with a microwave, stovetop, toaster and electric kettle. All guest rooms at RheinCity Hotel feature air conditioning and a desk. A continental breakfast is offered daily. Guests can enjoy free coffee and tea throughout the day.
4.4/5Excellent102 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|1.14km from Stadtarchiv
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|1.16km from Stadtarchiv
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.
3/5103 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|1.2km from Stadtarchiv
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
4.7/5Outstanding64 Reviews
Mannheim|1.21km from Stadtarchiv
The hotel is very quiet, no hear of the train traffic in the rooms. The hotel and the equipment are quite new. We have been there three times and will book it again. Free parking is difficult to find and the crew of security and order is very active in Mannheim. Parking in unpermitted places can be expensive quickly. However, there are also enough parking houses directly next to or nearby. The reception hall is beautifully designed and there is also a friendly reception, but it is not free of charge. The reception staff is very friendly and will be happy to continue to help as far as possible. The train station is in the immediate vicinity. A walk to the Rhine takes only 10 to 15 minutes and is in any case worth the effort.
3.5/576 Reviews
Ludwigshafen am Rhein|1.33km from Stadtarchiv
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
4.3/5Excellent106 Reviews
Mannheim|1.4km from Stadtarchiv
Booked this hotel on a business trip, the environment is very good, the location is good, the transportation is convenient, the service is warm and thoughtful, the room is clean and tidy, very satisfied.
4.2/5Very Good50 Reviews
Mannheim|1.46km from Stadtarchiv
Just a 5-minute walk from Mannheim Central Station and close to the city center, the LanzCarré Hotel Mannheim, a member of Radisson Individuals offers a convenient location with stand-out 4-star service. Situated in front of the idyllic Hanns-Glückstein Park and close to the Rhine, you can easily reach the city center to check out the fascinating sights or shopping opportunities in Mannheim.

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Stadtpark

4.2/5Very Good50 Reviews
Mannheim|1.32km from Stadtpark
Just a 5-minute walk from Mannheim Central Station and close to the city center, the LanzCarré Hotel Mannheim, a member of Radisson Individuals offers a convenient location with stand-out 4-star service. Situated in front of the idyllic Hanns-Glückstein Park and close to the Rhine, you can easily reach the city center to check out the fascinating sights or shopping opportunities in Mannheim.
4.7/5Outstanding64 Reviews
Mannheim|1.42km from Stadtpark
The hotel is very quiet, no hear of the train traffic in the rooms. The hotel and the equipment are quite new. We have been there three times and will book it again. Free parking is difficult to find and the crew of security and order is very active in Mannheim. Parking in unpermitted places can be expensive quickly. However, there are also enough parking houses directly next to or nearby. The reception hall is beautifully designed and there is also a friendly reception, but it is not free of charge. The reception staff is very friendly and will be happy to continue to help as far as possible. The train station is in the immediate vicinity. A walk to the Rhine takes only 10 to 15 minutes and is in any case worth the effort.
4.6/5Outstanding101 Reviews
Mannheim|1.67km from Stadtpark
We had an amazing stay at Hilton Garden Inn Mannheim and I will definitely book again next time I return to the city! I had booked a couple of nights for my mum and her partner after their wedding and had contacted the hotel with quite a short notice to organize a little surprise amenity in their room. Reservations Agent Katrin responded very quickly kindly answering a number of questions and put me in touch with Front Office Manager Jessica who then organized an incredible amenity which was above and beyond my expectations. My mum and her partner where blown away by the setup they found in their room and every staff member we encountered was aware they got married and congratulated them which made their evening even more special! They also loved the restaurant Mister Postman so we went there for dinner on both days we stayed at the hotel. Service and food were brilliant and the kitchen team went out of their way to create another vegan dish for me in addition to what they already had on the menu. Rooms are beautiful and stylish as well as perfectly clean, location is great just next to the station but I am most impressed by the outstanding team as every single staff member we met was professional, friendly, helpful and went the extra mile! Thank you to the team of Hilton Garden Inn Mannheim and see you soon!
4.3/5Excellent106 Reviews
Mannheim|1.68km from Stadtpark
Booked this hotel on a business trip, the environment is very good, the location is good, the transportation is convenient, the service is warm and thoughtful, the room is clean and tidy, very satisfied.
5/5Perfect3 Reviews
Mannheim|1.68km from Stadtpark
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4.2/5Very Good100 Reviews
Mannheim|1.7km from Stadtpark
It depends on the type of trip. If you book a trip that is delaying, creative, raised, you are here goldright. Perfectly located to the HBF and thus center, great equipment (ground, bath, bed), wrong good Italian breakfast buffet. There is no better way to make a boutique hotel. When you make a hectic business trip, you should know what to get on. No hacks in the bathroom for bath bags, no sticks in the bed for mobile loading, hardly soundproofing, which disturbs the neighbor's shoes, rather bright, no parking, breakfast 2 houses further, i.e. weather, Win and switch Wi-Fi if you are in a call). Wi-Fi ... yes ...Very very complicated. However, personally I always prefer other hotels in Mannheim !
4.5/5Excellent101 Reviews
Mannheim|1.71km from Stadtpark
The Syte Hotel is a boutique hotel in the heart of Mannheim. You are welcomed by charming staff and a unique flair near the main station. Each room is designed individually.... Therefore this time, my wish was to the street side with balcony. My wish room 35 in the 3rd floor exactly corresponded to my idea. Thank you for this. At Silvester the restaurant shined in a celebrated glance to Silvester Galadiner. The bar and the restaurant are, for the rest, always worth a visit. And also breakfast should not remain un mentioned....... Thanks for the nice stay!
3.7/5101 Reviews
Mannheim|1.85km from Stadtpark
The interior decoration is relatively old, the traditional German home furniture is the visual sense, the breakfast is so-so, can fill the stomach. If you book on Ctrip, it is recommended to let Ctrip confirm with the hotel before you come. Otherwise, it is easy to see the situation where you can't find your information. It is good to say that it may not even have room in the evening.

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Hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein Reviews

3.5/576 Reviews
As always, it was a pleasant holiday. The service is friendly and polite. forever happy. From the second visit, I will speak by name.
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4.2/510 Reviews
I stayed in this hotel for two nights. I requested a quiet room that was not looking over the road, so to avoid noise, and they gave me one that was looking at an internal patio, extremly calm (windows are also soundproof). The room had 4 beds. It was quite clean. Very few shelves, in case this room was occupied by 4 people. The bathroom had enough towels, excellent liquid soap and hairdryer. No shampoo, no shower cap, just the basics. Good duvet blanket. There was also cable TV. As I arrived late in the night, I did the check in the automatic machine without having trouble. You enter the room using a code, so no need to manage keys. My only concern with the hotel: the security. I arrived at 12am and the two entrance doors were opened. Anybody could enter and climb to the rooms... Few staff in the reception and in the breakfast room. I was wondering that perhaps a little bit too expensive, taking into account that they have few staff and they provide just basic service. The rooms have no electric kettle nor fridge.
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3/5103 Reviews
We travelled to Ludwigshafen for business and looked for hotels near to the work premises, unfortunately the 'Excelsior Hotel' was first in the list. At only 90 euros a night (including breakfast) it is no doubt a 'budget' option, but it isn't budget in the respect of a Travelodge or Premier Inn, instead it's a lost hotel in a pretty unpleasant area which has been left to decay. The hotel is a short walk from the railway station, graffiti-covered walls surround the hotel, and the first impression of the hotel visually is not a positive one, it's hard to even find the way in, amongst scaffolding and concrete jungle. At night, it's a fairly unsafe-feeling area, with people 'hangin around' looking suspicious. The one positive aspect upon booking was the 'Skybar', however digging deeper into reviews, it's clear that it's been closed long before the 'pandemic', infact 4 years ago, and upon arrival we were informed that it's still closed with no future planned. There is no restaurant onsite, nor bar besides a mini-fridge sat on the reception desk with a few bottles of beer available. Upon check-in, I was also asked for my 'date of birth' and home address, which often feels irrelevant, I refused to give such details. Once in the room, via the lift which takes about 5 minutes to arrive and to move, there's no air conditioning which during 32c weather was painful, but fortunately there was a fan. The room size isn't bad at all and the bed was comfortable, but the presentation of the room, as a new guest, wasn't considerate. A pile of electrical extension and cables was next to my bed, not tucked away out of sight. The internet connection was virtually useless in the afternoon/evenings after guests start to utilise it, I resorted to using mobile data instead. There are balconies, but they're just concrete and far from cosy, although the view over the city isn't at all bad. There is no furniture and in addition from a security aspect someone could easily go from their balcony to yours, therefore always be sure to lock and chain the balcony door when not in the room, or at night. At night, you can hear noise from neighbouring rooms, above, below and to the sides, I am also fairly sure that I had 3 'bed-bug' bites from my two night stay at the hotel. Breakfast was included in my 90 euro rate and the breakfast restaurant isn't bad, the service is friendly but the choice is limited, a few cold options and minimal hot options, no bacon or sausages unfortunately. It was a little off-putting to see mouse-traps being laid around the restaurant while I was sat trying to enjoy my meal. While away from the hotel, I left the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the door, despite this upon return later that afternoon the cleaner had been into the room and cleaned, this is not acceptable when the message is clearly made that the room should not be disturbed. Overall, were it not for the price, I'd mark this as 'Terrible', but the price has to be considered, although the fu
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4.4/5102 Reviews
If you’ve stayed at a Moxy before, you know to expect a tiny bare-bones room. Not outfitted for business travel (desk is only good for holding a couple items), but your basic amenities are present. Eco-friendly soap and shower gel, small but functional shower unit. Get an odd-numbered room for a great view of the Rhein River. The Rhein Galerie with shops is across the plaza. As for arrival, there’s no place to pull in to unload luggage. Instead, park in the narrow-space garage directly above the gas station to the south of the hotel. You need a tiny car for this garage. 7 euro overnight and a bl GK walk dragging your bags. You can also park in the underground Rhein Galerie garage for 15 euro. For dinner, try Pizzeria la Torre da Angelo a few blocks away. Great neighborhood spot.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Which hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein are suitable for families or travelers with kids?

    Many people who travel with families or kids to Ludwigshafen am Rhein choose to stay at Tulip Inn Ludwigshafen City, Hotel Newton Ludwigshafen and B&B Hotel Ludwigshafen . These hotels are also priced inexpensively.

  • Of all the hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, which hotels have the highest user ratings?

    When traveling to Ludwigshafen am Rhein for the first time, many travelers find it difficult to choose a hotel to stay in. According to Trip.com data, Hotel Newton Ludwigshafen, Hotel Excelsior Ludwigshafen and Tulip Inn Ludwigshafen City are popular hotels with high ratings, making them good choices for your trip.

  • What popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein have parking?

    If you're planning on driving to Ludwigshafen am Rhein, why not stay at René Bohn, Hotel Newton Ludwigshafen or Pension Lu ? These are all popular hotels with parking lots.

  • What hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein are suitable for couples?

    Whether you're going on a honeymoon or a vacation with your partner, Moxy Ludwigshafen, Gartenstadt Hotel and René Bohn are some of the top hotels chosen by couples.

  • At what hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein can I try local breakfast foods?

    A delicious breakfast is a great way to kick start your day. At Gartenstadt Hotel, Tulip Inn Ludwigshafen City and Leoso Hotel Ludwigshafen , guests can enjoy Ludwigshafen am Rhein-style breakfasts.

  • At which popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein can I try local foods?

    Those who like trying local foods might want to consider staying at René Bohn, Hotel Excelsior Ludwigshafen or Moxy Ludwigshafen . There are lots of famous restaurants serving local dishes near these hotels.

  • When traveling to Ludwigshafen am Rhein, which hotels have pools?

    Summer is a great season to take your kids or family on a trip to Ludwigshafen am Rhein. Gartenstadt Hotel, Leoso Hotel Ludwigshafen and Tulip Inn Ludwigshafen City are popular hotels with pools.

  • When going on a business trip to Ludwigshafen am Rhein, which hotels are the most popular with business travelers?

    When it comes to business trips, choosing a hotel with convenient transportation links is important to many guests. Tulip Inn Ludwigshafen City has convenient transportation links and an inexpensive price. Consider staying here during your trip.

  • What popular hotels have non-smoking rooms in Ludwigshafen am Rhein?

    Many guests care about the quality of the rooms they stay in and want to ensure that their rooms have fresh, clean air. Hotel Excelsior Ludwigshafen, Gartenstadt Hotel and Tulip Inn Ludwigshafen City are all popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein with non-smoking rooms.

  • How much do hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein cost?

    Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night for hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein is SGD 251. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

  • What popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein have free Wi-Fi?

    When staying at a hotel, internet access is important for both vacationers and business travelers. RheinCity Hotel, Heinrich Pesch Hotel and Hotel Excelsior Ludwigshafen are all popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein with free Wi-Fi.

  • How much do hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein cost on the weekend?

    Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night on the weekend for hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein is SGD 149. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

  • What are the most popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein?

    Whether you're traveling for business or going on vacation, there are many popular hotels to choose from in Ludwigshafen am Rhein. Hotel Excelsior Ludwigshafen, B&B Hotel Ludwigshafen and René Bohn are all popular hotels to stay at.

  • What are some popular economy hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein?

    B&B Hotel Ludwigshafen is a popular economy hotel with good ratings.

  • Which hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein have barrier-free access?

    Gartenstadt Hotel, Moxy Ludwigshafen and Tulip Inn Ludwigshafen City are popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein with barrier-free access.

  • In Ludwigshafen am Rhein, which popular hotels have gyms?

    Based on Trip.com user ratings, René Bohn, Leoso Hotel Ludwigshafen and Gartenstadt Hotel are highly rated hotels with gyms.

Guide for Travelling in Ludwigshafen am Rhein

On Trip.com, it's easy to search for hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein. Book hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein via the Trip.com website or app, it's easy and hassle-free. Ludwigshafen am Rhein may not be a metropolis, but there are still great hotel options on Trip.com. You can plan a day tour in Ludwigshafen am Rhein.

Ludwigshafen am Rhein does not have civilian airport. You can fly into a nearby city and come here using another method of transportation. It's easy to travel by bus in Ludwigshafen am Rhein. There are buses to surrounding cities available every day.

Ludwigshafen am Rhein is not a tourist city, so the hospitality industry there isn't very well-developed. Many hotels can only be booked on location. When looking for hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, there are likely good options at a nightly budget of just 115 SGD. There are 3 four-star hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein at an average price of 168 SGD per night. There are 4 three-star hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein at an average price of 117 SGD per night. Unique local hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein provide guests a unique and fresh feeling. Hotels under the Best Western brand are a good choice. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, such as hotels under the Best Western brand. René Bohn is one of the most popular hotels in Ludwigshafen am Rhein. Many tourists also stay at B&B Hotel Ludwigshafen.

If you stay at a hotel in downtown Ludwigshafen am Rhein, nearby attractions like Wilhelm-Hack-Museum can be your first stop. You can also visit top-rated attractions like Stadtarchiv, Kulturzentrum dasHaus.

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