Family owned and managed for four generations, hotel Kluth offers 15 rooms and radiates an outdated fifties atmosphere. The building dates from 1798, yet the hotel clearly is rebuild shortly after WW2. It is a basic establishment. Staffs are friendly.
The hotel is located in Duisdorf at an pedestrian street filled with uninspiring shops. Bonn centre is at 5kms. You find Duisdorf railway station at walking distance.
Our single room had the size of a monastery cell. Jammed into 9 square meters: chair & tiny desk, wardrobe, suitcase rack, washbasin, TV high up the wall, shower cubicle in the corner and a reasonable single bed. No separate bathroom, toilet is outside the room. Walls are thin. All was clean.
Windows can be opened. As a result you enjoy, besides fresh air, distance traffic noise. The hourly sound of the church tower bell leaves the impression of a countryside village.
Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet & daily papers and a free hotel parking near the property. The hotel owner is serving an OK German breakfast.
The atmosphere in the hotel is not inspiring. At €47 for a claustrophobic room plus breakfast, hotel Kluth is overpriced for what it offers.More
- Free Wifi