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Reviewed 28 February 2015 via mobile

We were 2 adults and a child of 3,5 yr old. This hotel is very clean. Friendly and secure. Arrived in Bremen and got a taxi to the Hotel which cost 12.50 Euro from the airport.
When you arrive , you pick up the phone located outside (if no one is to answer the door) and wait for an answer. They'll give you a code over the phone for a safe which is located in the porch. The code opens the safety and you get your room key out the safe. Brilliant idea !
Rooms are dated but hey you'll be out exploring so it doesn't matter.
Come out the hotel and turn right , follow the road and that'll take you to town in 10min(walk)... Bremen Cathedral is breath taking, old town/little houses fabulous things to see.
Of course don't miss the musicians of Bremen statue (donkey,dog,cat,hen).
If you come out the hotel and turn left and left again, in 5 min you'll reach the main shops for food, clothes, coffee shops, bars, theatre, cinema , park etc.
This hotel is bang in the middle of it all. However , if you have a child younger than 4 yrs old, fo take your slim stroller just to give their little legs a break and most importantly give yourself a break as our 3,5 yr old walked everywhere but did want to be picked up time to time.
Food is cheap but beer is expensive we thought...
Just explore the town and don't hesitate to get lost as everyone seems to be sp helpful and try their hardest to communicate.
I can hear some of you saying why didn't we learn/speak few words of German . When you are staying in different cities for short break , it seems impossible to learn every countries languages however English is an international language and everyone seemed happy speaking it ...
So this beautiful magical city is full of magical music, art, history, food, drink and of course people.
Hope you have a fab time cause we did.
Special thanks to Ryanair for flying in to this beautiful city and making it all possible for us.
Thank you Turmhotel Weserblick for your hospitality.xxx

Stayed: February 2015, travelled with family
Thank Sam Q
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Reviewed 27 January 2015 via mobile

Came for a business trip with colleague, old building but my room was clean and ok. Some problems to find parking. My room was facing the road and so a little noisy. Not far from city center and with a nice walking track on the side of the river. Price is OK

Stayed: January 2015, travelled on business
Thank Cenobita
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Reviewed 19 August 2014 via mobile

Found this hotel at random whilst looking for a place to stay on Sunday night. Great place to stay. Lovely clean rooms of real character at moderate price. The real thing. Close to a couple of gd bars as well.

  • Stayed: August 2014
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Thank xj28
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Reviewed 29 November 2010

Hotel location is pretty good, around 5 minutes walk from the Seilwall tram stop and 15 minutes walk along the river front to the Schlacte area. The Sielwal tram stop is only 4 stops and no more than 5 minutes from the city centre Domsheide stop. It should take you more than 20 minutes from the airport to the hotel.

Although the hotel room was a good size and reasonably decorated, the hotel common areas could do with a lick of paint. Hotel was very quiet and attracts an older clientelle and therefore no problem with noise. The room has no coffee or tea facilities in the room.

Only attempted to have the breakfast once but didn't succeed as the dining room is vey small and all the tables were occupied when we tried to get in. There is however a very good coffee house - "the coffee corner" in Sielwal.

I would stay at the hotel again but as I paid 170 euros for 2 nights I may try and find a more central hotel for around the same price.

  • Stayed: November 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank Dont_Like_Work
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Reviewed 15 October 2009

We were interested in the great location and excellent price this hotel offered. Unfortunately we were the last to arrive our first night and were assigned the dungeon room. My wife did not like that room at all. The next morning during their excellent breakfast we asked for a room change and were accomdodated. A quick walk gets you into the old city, parking is a minor issue but it worked out fine.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank alandmim
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