Ringhotels is a group of independent and family-run hotels with some 150 properties across Germany. Each Ringhotels hotel offers the visitor something a little different from the big chains, be it an unusual location, a unique building, a distinctive interior style, or the best in German home cooking. Use Expedia’s search filters to explore our range of Ringhotels hotels in Hannover.
Where to Find Ringhotels Accommodation in Hannover
You’ll find Ringhotels hotels in Bad Nenndorf, a small spa town to the west of Hannover. With quick access to the autobahn, it’s a good location for business visitors who need to travel around the region, or tourists looking to explore Saxony by car.
What to Expect from Your Ringhotel Hotel
Every Ringhotel property is an individual, but they tend to be smaller establishments, with 40 or fewer rooms. At Hannover’s Ringhotel hotels you can expect a flatscreen TV and WiFi in your room, and a range of hotel facilities that includes a pool, a health club, conference space and an on-site bar and restaurant.
Ringhotel customer service is intimate and individual, with friendly, English-speaking staff available to advise you on the best of Hannover’s sightseeing, shopping and dining, as well as help you to book restaurant tables and event tickets. The personal touch extends to the cuisine, with Ringhotels often serving unique family recipes or local delicacies.
Hannover: A Historic City in Northern Germany
Hannover stands on the River Leine, in the Lower Saxony region of northern Germany. A city rich in history and culture, it can boast one of the world’s largest trade fair sites, Germany’s second-largest Oktoberfest, and a wealth of historic buildings. Hannover also boasts world-class museums, scenic parks, prime shopping precincts and a cosmopolitan food scene which never forgets its Saxon roots.
Hannover’s Historic Heart
Hannover’s city centre is a mix of quaint markets and busy shopping streets, surrounded by characteristically German architecture. The central market square is flanked by the Marktkirche, a towering Gothic structure which serves as the city’s main Lutheran church. The Markthalle Hannover is around the corner, offering the best in local fresh produce and Saxon delicacies.