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Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg

Rogaetzer Str. 5a, 39106 Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt Germany
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#12 of 24 hotels in Magdeburg

Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Magdeburg, Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg makes it easy to enjoy the best of Magdeburg.

Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg features express check-in and check-out. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.

Close to some of Magdeburg's most popular landmarks, such as Faunenbrunnen (1.4 mi) and Die Gruene Zitadelle von Magdeburg (1.4 mi), Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg is a great destination for tourists.

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the delis, including Mademoiselle Cupcake, Flying Fish, and Herzstuck Das Kuchenatelier, all of which are a short distance from Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg.

During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Jahrtausendturm im Elbauenpark (0.9 mi), Alter Markt Magdeburg (1.0 mi), and Elbauenpark Magdeburg (0.9 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.

Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg is sure to make your visit to Magdeburg one worth remembering.

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bicycle rental
Golf course
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Express check-in / check-out
Room features
Allergy-free room
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Languages Spoken
English, Russian, German
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F_S wrote a review Dec 2018
58 contributions100 helpful votes
The first impression (especially if you arrive after dark) is terrible. The place is deserted. The reception managed by a single person. Unimpressive entrance. The check in is fairly quick. They speak basic English. You are given a key card. You get to your floor and follow the signs of “hotel”, to another door, in a small area, and another door that opens in a long corridor. And then finally room. There is no manual lock behind the door. The rooms are big. Very basic. Some have balconies, mine didn’t. The bathroom is small and clean. The built-in-the-wall single beds are not the most comfortable but not bad either. Pillows too soft. The window opened to the fire brigade station but is not noisy. There is a good desk. The tv is too small. The heating works to keep the Temperature managed even in winters. You can request for a electric jug n mug. But will have to get the tea etc yourself. That’s where the market downstairs really helps. The breakfast is basically cold stuff, fair selection of jams and jellies and spreads, bread basket, juices, cereal and granola etc. You can make tea or coffee. There are no mugs. I had a fairly long stay there. The location, access to the super market, and the cleanliness of the place grows on you. I had one incident of finding my rooms door open when I returned one evening - but nothing was missing. Unfortunately the lady at the desk at that hour was not even sympathetic or concerned. She just said that was not possible. The front desk is managed kn a rotational basis by 3 ladies and a gentleman. I had fairly good experience with the other 3. And even though due to the continuing nature of my reservation, there were times I had to pack up and bring my luggage to the reception. But was told I could have the same room in the evening - inconvenient, but given my rather stuck situation, I took it. In hindsight, I should have taken a hotel in the city but if you are traveling by car and just want a clean place to crash, then this hotel is good.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
3 Helpful votes
andysutherland2018 wrote a review Jun 2018
Barnet, United Kingdom27 contributions
Great little hotel, easy reach of two good restaurants and a bar, there is a supermarket next door The staff are very helpful and friendly. Rooms are surprisingly large and kept very clean Breakfast is simple but more than ample.
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Date of stay: April 2018
Trip type: Travelled on business
Cashorcredit wrote a review May 2018
Ottawa, Canada188 contributions83 helpful votes
There were several positive things I liked about this hotel, but the hotel lost big points because there was no hot water in the shower at 8 AM! The water ranged from freezing cold to tepid, almost lukewarm. I would have been happy with warm, and in this day and age you should be able to get a warm shower at even a cheap hotel in Germany! Now for the good: the room was quite large with two decent twin beds and lots of room in between them. There was a wall full of windows which opened, including a door onto a balcony. This was great because there had been a heatwave for a week and a thunderstorm hit just after we arrived, meaning we could cool off the room by opening all the windows. There is no AC in the room, this is a budget hotel after all. Unlike most budget hotels, though, there were 4 towels plus a bathmat, so I was happy with that. There was a desk and chair and lots of space to put your luggage. There is free parking around the back, and although the hotel is not on the outskirts it’s a little bit too far from the centre to walk unless you have lots of time and energy. I have not read any other reviews of people complaining about a lack of hot water, so maybe it was a one-off thing. For the price, I would have given five stars if the shower had had warm water!!!
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
simono1958 wrote a review May 2017
Stevenage, UK282 contributions192 helpful votes
From the main rail station a short walk plus Tram 5 (to Askanischerplatz) or 2 (to University library - n.b. be careful when alighting here as you do so into the carriageway not pavement)) plus a short walk from tram stop suitable for wheeled luggage. Total transfer time 30-40 mins at the time of writing due to extensive building near the station. Tram stops are announced and tickets can be bought on the tram, as part of a Magdeburg card from the tourist information centre by your starting tram stop, or as a 'plus bus' type ticket from the rail station. Our room had 4 single beds, TV, TV guide, visitor info, free WiFi, clean bathroom (no toiletries) no kettle or iron, large window, some noise from outside. Reception very helpful and English spoken. Breakfast reasonable value continental style (packets of cheese etc) although I take the point there is a café next door in the supermarket. Sign suggests washing machines available. Pizzerias nearby but we ate at the superb Qilin in town. Take time to read the info they provide in the room and ask questions at reception. This isn't a stylish hotel but they have made a good job of a budget offering.
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Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Leytonstonecrop wrote a review Nov 2016
London, United Kingdom70 contributions43 helpful votes
well out from the middle and I got no advice beforehand as to how to get there, although once I had arrived there was guidance (in German) about tram routes and it is about 5 minutes to a tram to and from the centre. Large room, not expensive, but a humming sound at night got on my nerves a little. Breakfast OK. Staff generally helpful in a brusque sort of way, and were willing for me to leave my bag after I checked out (I had taken care to check before booking that this would be allowed) but when I went back to pick up my bag and asked if there was a toilet I could use, I was told that there was not.
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Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg
Which popular attractions are close to Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg?
Nearby attractions include Theater Magdeburg (1.2 km), Otto-von-Guericke-Museum in der Lukasklause (0.8 km), and Katholische Universitaetskirche Sankt Petri (1.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and a golf course.
Is parking available at Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg?
Conveniently located restaurants include Da Nino Dolce Vita, Lago di Garda, and Daniel's.
Are pets allowed at Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Russian.
Are there any historical sites close to Sleep & Go Hotel Magdeburg?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Rathaus (1.6 km), Historische Schiffsmühle (1.3 km), and Bärbogen (2.0 km).