Overall very good, after a slightly frustrating start. The hotel has two locked doors which requires the receptionist to open. I buzzed many times and called reception twice. Wasn’t happy standing in the rain, but that’s the way it is. Also not happy with the price. The Messe is experiencing much ...
Very clean and friendly place to stay. Parking available against a reasonable price of 9€ makes life easier. I rented a bicycle from the hotel to visit the area and go out for dinner . Great breakfast , simple by rich . Homemade marmalade are very tasteful .
We booked this place for a big group of people for a wedding and had a great time. its in a really funky neighbourhood and is in a private enclosed courtyard off the main street. Really nice big space ideal for big groups of friends or families with a fantastic separate large dining area, lounge ...
Parking garage is at a nearby location so make sure to call the hotel to check how to access the parking garage if this is your first stay at the hotel.
Great, good location in a clean facility
Very nice, large room, BUT NO AIR CONDITIONING. Had to open door to let fresh air in, then had bugs fly in.
Perfect for the price. Didn’t need frills like a mini bar. The room was warm enough. (Maybe it’ll get too warm in summer. But there was a fan in the room ready for that). The WiFi was good. The bed was comfortable. Booked for my next business trip.
Very central, good connection to local and long distance public transportation is
Hannover’s Grosser Garten, or Great Garden, is part of the Herrenhausen Gardens complex, located in central Hannover close to the Hauptbahnhof and Nordstadt train stations. There is a wide range of hotels, hostels and B&Bs near Grosser Garten, many within walking distance – use Expedia’s search filters help you find the perfect Grosser Garten accommodation for your stay in Hannover.
For the nearest hotels to Grosser Garten, look along Herrenhauser Strasse and Nienburger Strasse, which run into central Hannover. Choosing Grosser Garten accommodation in the city centre will give you a wider range of options, and it’s easy to reach the gardens themselves – they have their own U-Bahn station, called Herrenhauser Garten.
The Herrenhausen Gardens are a group of four gardens in Hannover’s Herrenhausen district. A legacy of the Kings of Hanover, they consist of the Grosser Garten and the smaller Berggarten, Georgengarten and Welfengarten.
Choose a hotel near Grosser Garten and you’ll be close to one of Hannover’s most impressive and most historic open spaces. Grosser Garten dates back to the 17th century, and blends French, Dutch and German Baroque influences. Today the Grosser Garten is an impressive space of formal lawns, parterres, lakes and statues. At the northern end lies the recently rebuilt Herrenhausen Castle – the original was destroyed in World War Two.
Grosser Garten and the Herrenhausen Gardens aren’t just pleasant to visit. They also host a varied calendar of events, from open air theatre performances to dance, music, cultural festivals, fairs, markets and children’s days. Ask staff at your Grosser Garten hotel what’s on during your stay.
To the east of the Grosser Garten is the Georgengarten, an informal landscape garden in the English style. Stroll down the Herrenhäuser Allee, an impressive avenue of lime trees, visit the Leibnitz Temple, dedicated to the great scientist Gottfried Liebnitz. Over in the Berggarten, you’ll find a former vegetable garden transformed into a botanical garden – there are glasshouses dedicated to orchids, tropical species, cacti, and flora from the Canary Islands.
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