Very nice, i would probably stay in the future . .
Under construction during our stay which caused minor inconvenience. Will make things better. Good front desk and great breakfast. Room size was a little small.
Very central, good connection to local and long distance public transportation is
Great location in center near main train station. Rooms have good sound proofing— quiet & restful hotel close to shopping and night life.
The location is excellent and staff are friendly..
Lovely hotel, with spacious rooms and a great buffet breakfast. However, our 'Queen ' bed was just two single beds pushed together, and while this is not unusual, they were made up separately (with separate duvets!) and just moved apart during the night, creating an uncomfortable gap!! Not ...
The room was spacious and clean. However I would like to make the following suggestions. 1- provided bar soaps and shampoo iso of liquid soap dispensers. I doubt the two dispenser bottles were recently cleaned by the staff especially the one above the sink. 2- Also noticed the hair dryer had not ...
Great location, great staff and best breakfast buffet I’ve ever seen. Only issue was air conditioning wasn’t as cool asI would have liked and bed was a little hard. Overall a great stay.
Lovely clean hotel, staff very helpful and happy. Just a 10 min walk to the city centre. Train and bus station close by. Room very spacious and nice and clean
Hannover’s Marktkirche is situated in the city centre, close to the Hauptbahnhof or main railway station. As well as being a major Hannover landmark it is one of Germany’s most impressive churches, and an essential stop for Hannover visitors interested in religious architecture.
The Marktkirche, or Market Church, was built in the mid 14th century and is one of the most southerly examples of the Brick Gothic style popular across northern Germany. Its wooden altar depicts the Passion of Christ on the front, and the stories of the two patron saints, St. George and St. James, on the reverse. Heavily damaged in the War, the Marktkirche was restored to its former glory by 1952.
There is a wide range of Hannover accommodation near the Marktkirche, from budget hostels to luxurious five-star properties. You’ll find some mid-range hotels and affordable two-star options a stone’s throw from the Marktkirche, but for more upmarket four and five-star properties try looking a little way northeast, around the Hauptbahnhof. The Marktkirche will still be well within walking distance.
Hannover’s Marktkirche is one of the city’s cultural highlights, with an imposing façade and an airy, peaceful interior. Inside, be sure to see the Marktkirche’s main altar and grand organ, which was installed in 1893. Visiting the church while the organ is playing is a truly memorable experience, so check the Marktkirche’s website for details of recitals.
Guided tours of the Marktkirche run every Saturday from January to November, and are available in a variety of languages, including English. The tours will also show you around the tower and the vault. Tower-only tours are also available on some Fridays.
Hannover’s Marktkirche offers a calendar of liturgical, musical and sightseeing events throughout the year. Prayers and devotions are scheduled during the week, and Sundays usually provide two Worships with Holy Communion. There are regular organ concerts featuring distinguished guest players, art exhibitions and other special events.
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