Enjoy some of the best views among hotels in Erfurt city centre
Standing out among hotels in Erfurt city centre, the hotel's rank as the second-tallest building in Erfurt means guests enjoy a bird's-eye view of the famous historic cathedrals and half-timbered houses responsible for the city's nickname as the "Thuringian Rome." Guests at the hotel enjoy a convenient city centre location within walking distance to popular attractions and easy access to the A4 and A71 motorways and Erfurt Central Station.
Just a short walk away, Erfurt Central Station is located within one kilometre from the hotel and provides hourly ICE rail service to all major cities in Germany. Taxi and tram service is also available near the hotel.
Driving directions to the hotel from Erfurt Airport:
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.
Erfurt is famous for being the green city at the heart of Germany and has been recognised as one of the most important and beautiful cities in Europe. The city is rich in culture and has a long history spanning over 1260 years. The monumental ensemble of cathedrals and churches, including the Serveri church with the renowned 500-year-old, sonorous Gloriosa bell, combine with the rich patrician houses and charming half-timbered buildings to give the city its nickname as the "Thuringian Rome." Unique to Erfurt (and to Europe) is the Krämerbrücke, a 120-metre bridge lined with inhabited half-timbered houses from one end to the other. As the economic, intellectual, cultural and political centre of Thuringia, Erfurt has been home to important figures, such as Martin Luther, Adam Ries, Goethe, Schiller, Bach, Tzar Alexander and Napoleon.