Very nice, i would probably stay in the future . .
Excellent location for the Altstadt (5-10mins), Rathause, Machsee plus U-Bahn links. Staff were extremely friendly and efficient (permitted an early check in - very grateful !)
The property has a great location next to the lake with good views. The rooms are comfortable and quiet. The staff are very helpful and assisted with any special requests we had (twin beds, local recommendations).
comfortable friendly enjoyable stay great location just missed tea coffee in room excellent choice of foods for breakfast
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.
Excellent and very clean and very central location
Great location in center near main train station. Rooms have good sound proofing— quiet & restful hotel close to shopping and night life.
Very central, good connection to local and long distance public transportation is
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 ...
Hannover’s New Town Hall is one of the city’s most impressive buildings, and has a grand interior to match. It sits before a lake in the expansive Maschpark, with its large central dome dominating the neighbourhood’s skyline.
The New Town Hall is conveniently situated in Hannover’s town centre, within easy reach of the Hauptbahnhof, the central train station. Thanks to the central location there is a wide choice of Hannover accommodation near the New Town Hall, including budget hostels, mid-range hotels and luxurious five-star properties.
Highlights inside the New Town Hall include the Hodler Hall, which is dominated by the grand mural, ‘Unanimity’, painted by the Swiss artist Ferdinand Hodler. Beneath the building’s central dome you’ll find four scale models of Hannover through the ages, depicting the city in the Middle Ages, before and after the War, and today. The unique lift is another must-see – originally designed in 1913, it was replaced in 2008, and now carries you 43 metres up, at an angle of 15 degrees, to the dome’s upper gallery.
The New Town Hall’s central dome is nearly 100 metres high. Board its unusual diagonal lift to reach the hall’s observation gallery. From here you can enjoy splendid views across Hannover’s terracotta rooftops, parks and lakes. On a clear day you can see all the way to the Harz mountains.
After exploring the New Town Hall, stay for a meal at the Gartensaal restaurant. It overlooks the Maschteich lake and offers a menu of fine regional and international cuisine.
Hannover’s ‘Roter Faden’ (Red Thread) is a walking route of the Old Town marked by a red line on the pavement. The route takes in buildings that were rebuilt after the Second World War, leading visitors past the New Town Hall and the Maschpark to the Maschsee, Hannover’s large central lake.
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