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Only negative was finding hairs in the bed. I am sure it was clean, but a little strange to find them there.
Pleasant reception, nice size, well equipped rooms with all mod cons except hot drink making equipment and supplies, but there are facilities in the bar area. There is a nice size pool which has to be said was cold. Breakfast is the best.
Used the hotel as a base for lower Niedersachsen and Hannover itself. Its location near the outstanding facilities of the Hannover main train station made it perfect for this purpose; yet it was also an easy walk to the city centre and its main sites. The hotel reception staff were all friendly and ...
Germany is a very pet-friendly country – dogs are generally welcome on public transport, and it’s common to see pubs and restaurants provide water bowls. If you’re travelling to Hannover with a pet, use Expedia’s Hannover hotel map and search filters to explore a range of pet-friendly hotels in Hannover, from simple two-star options to luxurious five-star hotels in the city centre.
Pet-friendly accommodation can be found all over Hannover. There are plenty of options in the heart of the city, putting you within walking distance of some of Hannover’s top sights and attractions. Further afield, there is a small choice of pet-friendly hotels near Hannover International Airport, and plenty of options in the surrounding countryside, particularly to the south and east.
You don’t have to leave Hannover to find open space. Hannover is blessed with a fine collection of parks and gardens, especially the network of former royal parks centred on the Herrenhäuser Gardens. These are dog-friendly and give your companion ample opportunity to run around and explore. The formal Herrenhäuser Gardens are flanked to the north by the Berggarten, which is home to a fine botanical collection and an aquarium, and to the east by the rolling landscapes of the Georgengarten. A little further east lie the equally pleasant Hermann-Loens Park and Tiergarten.
Hannover’s efficient road and rail system makes it easy to strike out and do some rambling in the Lower Saxony region. Head to the Harz Mountains National Park, which has a well-developed network of hiking trails interspersed with visitor centres and cafes, and even a narrow gauge steam train that carries you to the panoramic views atop Mount Brocken. Northwest of Hannover lies the Stainhuder Meer Nature Park, boasting Germany’s largest inland lake and a choice of splendid woodland and waterscape rambles for two feet and four.