Looking for more independence or accommodation for a longer stay? Use Expedia’s search filters to explore the range of apartment hotels in Hannover, giving you all the convenience of a hotel with the freedom of self-contained and self-catered accommodation. There are several apartment hotels in Hannover city centre and the surrounding districts, including options close to the airport and to highway links.
Why Choose an Apartment Hotel in Hannover?
Apartment hotels are aimed at travellers on extended business trips, or families looking for a spacious environment with kitchen facilities. And if you enjoy cooking, remember that Hannover has an excellent indoor market right in the heart of the city – so apartment hotels also make a great choice for visitors who want to get to grips with local produce.
Apartment Hotels for Business Visitors
Hannover is one of the most business-friendly cities in Germany, with several major conference and event venues. The huge Hannover Fairground hosts a busy calendar of business and cultural functions, and the elegant dome of the Hannover Congress Centrum houses another set of adaptable spaces, matched by state-of-the-art facilities and friendly, English-speaking staff. To top it all off, the city’s excellent transport network makes it easy to get from your apartment hotel to your next meeting or event.
Family Fun in Hannover
A Hannover apartment hotel makes an ideal base for family visits. From your apartment accommodation you’ll be able to explore Hannover’s many family-friendly attractions, including the immersive Hannover Zoo and the fascinating SEA LIFE Aquarium. The city is also ideal for outdoor fun in the summer months – take the kids on walks in the Eilenriede, an expansive, forested urban park, or take them boating on the scenic Maschsee lake.
Hannover for Foodies
Keen to get to work in your apartment hotel’s kitchen? Typical Hannoverian and Saxon produce includes sausages such as Braunschweiger, Kohlwurst and Pinkelwurst, and river fish such as trout and eel. Kale and asparagus are prized crops in the region, and it’s also worth keeping an eye out for popular Saxon beers such as Brunswick Mum and Goslarer Gose.