Hannover’s three-star hotels offer quality, affordable bases all over the city. Options include three-star hotels in the central Mitte district, which is home to many of historic Hannover’s main sights and attractions. Use Expedia’s Hannover hotel map and search filters to find your ideal three-star accommodation in Hannover.
3 Star Hotels Near Hannover’s Top Attractions
Choose three-star accommodation south of Hannover city centre to be near the scenic Maschpark and the impressive New Town Hall, whose dome offers superb panoramic views. After visiting the town hall, head to the nearby Maschsee lake to go boating or cycle around the lake shore.
Explore Hannover’s Urban Forest
Look in Hannover’s Oststadt district for three-star hotels close to the Eilenreide, one of the world’s largest urban forests. Spend an afternoon exploring its walking trails and open spaces, and look out for hares, foxes and deer. Younger nature lovers will enjoy the neighbouring Hannover Zoo, whose themed zones offer rides, animal encounters, interactive exhibits, live shows and more.
Shopping and Dining on Georgstrasse
Running between the Hannover Opera House and the Aegidientorplatz, Georgstrasse is Hannover’s main shopping boulevard. The pedestrianised street has a lively mix of local retailers, German brands and international names. It’s ideal for bagging fashion bargains or souvenir-hunting, and there are plenty of cafés, bar and bistros for a pit stop between boutiques.
Hannover’s Old Town
For a backdrop of historic market squares and traditional half-timbered buildings, book into a three-star hotel in Hannover’s Old Town. This is also the epicentre of Hannover’s dining scene – you’ll find most global cuisines represented here, but do seek out some characteristically Saxon dishes such as Fischbrötchen and Schlachteplatte. Book your Hannover hotel during the festive season to see the Old Town transformed into a string of fairy-tale Christmas markets.
Day Trips from Your Hannover Hotel
Hannover’s road and rail systems make it easy to strike out from the city centre to the surrounding Lower Saxony region. Head south to the Hildesheim area to see St. Mary’s Cathedral and the Church of St. Michael, two of Germany’s finest medieval churches, and Marienburg Castle, an imposing 19th century fortress.