If you’re looking for a charming hotel in Rostock, look no further than Hotel GreifenNest.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Rostock, Hotel GreifenNest is located a short distance from Das Kropeliner Tor (0.2 mi) and Standehaus (0.5 mi).
The hotel features newspaper and a sun terrace, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel GreifenNest offers guests free wifi. Plus, Hotel GreifenNest offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the pubs, including Tamarinde Oriental Cuisine, Cafe a Rebours, and Rost Dock, all of which are a short distance from Hotel GreifenNest.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Sankt Marien Kirche (0.5 mi), Das Kulturhistorische Museum (0.2 mi), and Brunnen der Lebensfreude (0.3 mi), which are some popular Rostock attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Hotel GreifenNest looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Very nice hotel in central Rostock. Good service. Clean and fresh in our room. Furnishing in older and slightly odd style. Comfortable beds but thin walls to the other guests. Different breakfast with homemade stuff with unusual taste. (Our 10-year-old son did not like the breakfast buffet at all.) The hotel had reserved parking for us, which we appreciated. Shopping streets are only 10 min walk away.
The staff at the hotel make your stay so pleasant because of their enthusiasm and care for your comfort. The hotel feels informal but it is actually very well managed and efficient. We had a large, light room which was clean, comfortable and quiet. Breakfast was superb. The location is great too!
Stayed here for a conference with colleagues and very much enjoyed the hotel. The rooms were clean and comfortable, with good showers in the bathroom. The bed was warm, and one could hear very little from the outside world, so a good night's sleep is possible. The staff were friendly and helpful when I interacted with them. The guinea pigs at the entrance welcoming you to the hotel are a nice touch as well! In terms of location, the hotel is only a 15 min walk from the train station, and less than a 5 min walk from the city centre. I would happily stay here Again!
Hotel Greifennest in Rostock is my home everytime I visit the city. Greifennest is a "backpacker" friendly hotel, so don't expect roomservice or a fancy restaurent. What is does have is the best owners and staff, who makes this hotel a home for all the guests. If you need anything, just ask and they will do their best to help you. The interior basic with a lot at input from the owners travels around the world. Some room have hammocks in addition to the beds. Try them and also note the photos of barbacue just above the guinea pigs home. (my kind of humor) I have been staying at Greifennest every time I'm in Rostock for about ten years and I will be back as long as I'm welcome.
A really nice place to stay, large, spacious room and even though it's a hotel there's a cozy feeling of hostel about it. A common area to relax in, including a terrace in summer. Friendly, helpful staff.
It's been a year since I stayed at GreifenNest but I just needed to write a review because this place and the guy working February 22nd 2016 are amazing, and saved me from bursting into tears. I had arrived from Manchester, England into Rostock to start a work placement at the Marine Science Center in nearby Warnemunde. My phone wasn't working and nowhere had wifi, my only contact in Rostock was a girl who I'd never met and so I was literally stuck in the train station for 2 hours with all my luggage until past 10pm. I was close to tears when I decided to leave and asked the taxi man to take me to a nearby hostel or hotel, I thought Id have to pay about 100 euros for somewhere last minute, and was dreading being taken miles and miles away from the station. Luckily the taxi man dropped me off at GreifenNest. The guy working, I think the manager, was so nice, he was in the middle of closing up and still let me stay and I'm sure I only paid around 40 euros. He showed me around and gave me wifi details to get in touch with home, he offered me cake, helped me up the stairs with my case, and helped me call my contact in Germany on the office phone to arrange meeting the next day. If I wasn't so tired and emotionally drained I'd have hugged him! Thank you GreifenNest, I was maybe the most scared I'd ever been and you helped me so much!…
For what it is, Hotel GreifenNest is really good. That is, an inexpensive, "backpacker" style hotel with clean rooms, friendly helpful staff, laundry service, a decent breakfast (for a reasonable additional charge), and a convenient location. Definitely recommended! "Family room" is really two separate rooms with a shared bath between them - convenient for our family of two parents and two teen-agers. Each room was a bit small, with limited storage space, but adequate.
The Hotel Greifennest is on a great place to visit Rostock. The daily changing breakfast surprises you during your stay - positivly. Everyday new things are prepared so that their offer never becomes boring. The Team was friendly and gave us good recommendations for the city and surroundings. A good place to be if you visit Rostock.
Very qwerky hotel, everywhere you looked there was something odd, for example a suitcase stuck to the ceiling, hats as lampshades, old vacumcleaner as a planter etc etc. Guinea pigs in reception very cute. The staff are very helpful and they have secure private parking. The breakfast though was a bit expensive.
I stayed here with my boyfriend over a weekend in mid-September as we explored Rostock and Warnemuende. The hotel is super easy to get to from the main station and the bus station, and we were welcomed very warmly by the reception staff. There were even mini muffins for guests on the desk, which was a great start! The whole place is decorated a little bit nautically, and is very brightly coloured and light. Our room was apparently the 'often requested' 107 and we were shown around it by a lovely lady from reception. We had our own bathroom, more than enough towels and even a spare sofa in addition to the double bed. It wasn't the plushest hotel room we've ever stayed in, but for the price and the location, it was more than good enough! My personal highlight, though, was the breakfast: there was homemade jams, pesto, porridge and so much more in abundance! The coffee was great, there was tonnes of cereal and bread and it was just delightful! My carnivorous boyfriend could have perhaps done with some more meat or eggs but for €7 it was pretty great I thought! All in all, a very pleasant stay :)…