Stayed here for two nights. It is a very well run hotel in the heart of Heidelberg. The building, after being twice rebuilt from destruction by French campaigns and a fire in 1689, the building now standing was once a brewery, a mechanical factory with workshops and served since 1926 besides as Guild house for the Bake masters of Heidelberg .
The room, a triple, was large and inviting with the windows on the inner courtyard. The room came with a telephone, radio, cable tv, and a very large ensuite bathroom.
The hotel has 26 rooms ranging from 105 euro for a single to 165 euro for a triple.
The restaurant is nice and accommodating with good food to be had.
The breakfast buffet is the typical fare (cold cuts, bread, cereal...) but there is plenty to be had and you can fill up nicely for a day full of exploring.
I'd stay here again if I found myself back in Heidelberg again.More
- Free Wifi