Unrivalled views from hotel’s position in Erfurt city centre
The second-tallest building in Erfurt, the hotel’s preeminence in Erfurt city centre means you’ll enjoy a bird's-eye view of the "Thuringian Rome’s" storied cathedrals and half-timbered houses. The proximity to history blends beautifully with easy access to the trains of central station and the important A4 and A71 motorways. A 10-minute drive takes you to and from the airport.
Erfurt Central Station is within one kilometre of the hotel and provides hourly ICE rail service to all major German cities. Find taxi and tram service near the hotel, as well.
Driving directions from Erfurt Airport (eight kilometres):
Drive along Bindeslebener Landstrasse and follow signs toward Altstadt/Zentrum to the Juri-Gagarin-Ring. The hotel is the second-tallest building in the city.
Driving directions from Dresden, Munich, Berlin or Frankfurt, Bad Hersfeld and Eisenach:
Take motorway A4 to exit Erfurt Ost. Follow signs toward Altstadt/Zentrum to the Juri-Gagarin-Ring. The hotel is the second-tallest building in the city.
Recognised as a strikingly beautiful and historically important European city, Erfurt is the famed green heart of Germany. Rich with an almost 1,300-year culture, the city was home to Martin Luther, Adam Ries, Goethe, Schiller, Bach, Tzar Alexander and Napoleon. Rich patrician houses, charming half-timbered buildings and a monumental ensemble of cathedrals and churches have earned Erfurt its nickname “the Thuringian Rome.” Be sure to visit the St. Severus Church with its 500-year-old Gloriosa Bell. Unique to Europe is the Krämerbrücke, a 120-metre bridge fully lined with inhabited half-timbered houses.