There are well over a hundred independent hotels in Hannover, offering a wide choice of distinctive, independent hotels. Whether you want to stay in the city centre, an outer district or a satellite town, you will find an independent Hannover hotel that’s perfect for you. Use Expedia’s search filters to find your ideal independent accommodation in Hannover.
What to Expect from an Independent Hotel in Hannover
Independent hotels in Hannover vary hugely – and that’s what makes them special. They might be family-run operations, promising the best in regional family cooking, or they might be boutique hotels offering a distinctive design style. They may be large, but are more likely to have 40 rooms or less. Expedia’s detailed hotel information can help you find the independent hotel with the location, room type and features that will make your Hannover stay a memorable one.
Service with a Personal Touch
Hannover’s independent hotels pride themselves on treating every guest as a friend, and going that extra mile to help you make the most of the property and of your time in Hannover. Use Expedia’s hotel pages to see exactly what services and amenities each hotel offers.
Why Book a Hotel in Hannover?
Hannover is a city with a population of half a million and a history stretching back at least 750 years. The capital of Lower Saxony in north-central Germany, it is a city rich in royal history –Hannover’s monarchs were at one time also the monarchs of England. If you’re looking for quintessentially German market squares and Gothic buildings, you’ve come to the right place. But Hannover is also a modern metropolis, with transport, shopping and amenities to rival any city in Germany.
What to See and Do in Hannover
Hannover’s must-sees include the New City Hall, a magnificent building that offers panoramic views from its dome, and the fine collection of parks grouped around the Herrenhäuser Gärten. For a relaxing afternoon, head to the Maschsee, Hannover’s great recreational lake, where you can stroll, swim, hire a bike or charter a boat; or soak up some culture at the Lower Saxony State Museum and the Sprengel Museum.