Starwood runs over 1,000 properties worldwide, under brands that include Sheraton, Westin, St. Regis, Le Méridien and Design Hotels. Use Expedia’s search filters to explore our range of Starwood hotels in Hannover, including stylish design hotels near the Hannover fairground exhibition area.
Where to Find Starwood Hotels in Hannover
Starwood’s Hannover accommodation is a short distance from the city centre, in the Vahrenwald-List district. It’s a good location for both business and leisure visitors – you’ll be close to Hannover fairground, which regularly hosts major trade fairs, and to all the attractions of the central Mitte district, just 10 minutes away on the U-Bahn metro service.
What to Expect from Your Starwood Hotel
Most of Starwood’s hotels in Hannover are under the Sheraton brand. Placed at the luxury end of the market, Sheraton hotels offer a wide range of room categories, from classic doubles to multi-room suites. All rooms have premium bedding, a pillow menu, free WiFi, and a large screen TV. Leisure facilities include a health club, restaurant and bar, while business guests have access to computer stations and a 24-hour business centre.
Hannover Tips from Starwood’s Experts
With a 24-hour front desk and multilingual staff, Starwood’s Hannover hotels help you make the most of your stay in the city. Speak to your Starwood hotel staff for advice on getting around and sightseeing, as well as assistance booking restaurant tables and event tickets.
Hannover’s Mitte district is a mix of historic buildings, buzzing city squares, big-name shops and independent boutiques. Step off the train and head straight to Ernst August Galerie, a modern shopping mall showcasing the best German and international brands. From there it’s a short stroll to the Market Square, flanked by the Gothic grandeur of the Marktkirche and the food stalls of the Markthalle Hannover.
Hannover is blessed with a number of beautiful green spaces. Visit the eclectic group of parks grouped around the formal 17th century Herrenhäuser Gärten, or head to the east side of the city to explore the wilder Hermann-Loens Park, which incorporates a stretch of idealised Lower Saxon landscape featuring a windmill, dairy farm and granary.