You can start your sightseeing tour of the Hanseatic city from the hotel. You could begin with a walk along the bank of the River Weser and a visit to the cathedral. Bremen is located right by the North Sea and has an international port. You can watch the arrival and departure of the ferries and take a trip round the harbour. Various restaurants offer specialities from the sea and good wines. If you are interested in history, be sure to pay a visit to the Übersee-Museum. The Kunsthalle Bremen art museum also offers plenty to see. Thanks to the advantageous location of our hotel right in the centre of the Hanseatic city, you do not need a car to get to know the city. Why not round off the evening in one of the many restaurants and bars? Bremen's Cathedral of St. Peter is the oldest church in the Hanseatic city and was built with two towers in late Gothic style. The Kunsthalle Bremen, one of Germany's most important art museums, displays renowned collections from the 14th to the 21st century.
A stylish ambienceCentrally located between Marktplatz, Böttcherstraße and the banks of the Weser, the H+ Hotel Bremen is easily reached by public transport from the “Domsheide” transport hub. For those arriving by car, there are 200 car parking spaces available in the adjacent underground garage.131 rooms in four categories are equipped with premium facilities, including a desk, flat screen TV with Sky Sports TV included, and inclusive Wifi Internet access. All rooms also benefit from a tea and coffee station and safe. The Deluxe rooms are also suitable for families. All rooms are non-smoking.In the H+ Hotel Bremen, you can help yourself to your choice of dishes from the extensive breakfast buffet. This allows you to put together exactly the breakfast you need to ensure a good start to the day. Or take a seat in the comfortably furnished foyer.Thanks to its central location, the H+ Hotel Bremen is an excellent starting point for sightseeing or excursions. Take a leaf out of the locals' book and get on your bike - along the Weser or through the city. Bikes can be hired directly from the hotel.Location - In Bremen's “living room”Bremen's Marktplatz and the surrounding streets are lovingly known by locals as “die gute Stube”, or the city's “living room”, and it is exactly here that the H+ Hotel Bremen is located. The banks of the Weser lie just one hundred metres away. The main train station is just a fifteen-minute walk away, or five minutes by train. The Kunsthalle, the theatre on Goetheplatz and the Schauspielhaus are all within five to ten minutes' walk of the hotel. The nearest public transport stop is “Domsheide”, approximately 150 metres from the hotel, where six S-Bahn lines and 2 bus routes offer convenient transportation throughout the city.Why not start your tour of the city at Marktplatz, just one hundred metres from the H+ Hotel Bremen. The City Hall (Rathaus), an example of the Weser Renaissance, and the “Roland” statue directly in front of it are both UNESCO World Heritage sites. St. Peter's Cathedral (St.-Petri-Dom) is an impressive Romanesque-Gothic sandstone building with two crypts, a cathedral museum, and the “Bleikeller”, as the eastern crypt is known. On the west side of the City Hall is the “Bremen Town Musicians” statue - the legend goes that if you grab the donkey by the leg, you are granted a wish. After this, head to the eastern corner of the square and look for the “Bremen hole”: throw in a coin to hear the voices of the town musicians.The passage on the left next to the Schütting, (the merchants' guild house dating back to 1538) leads directly from Markplatz to Böttcherstraße. Almost all the buildings on this approximately 100-metre street were designed and built by Bernhard Hoetger (1874 to 1949) between 1922 and 1931, and are a rare example of Expressionist architecture. In 1937, the street was placed under a conservation order by the Nazis as a negative example of the “degenerate art of the Weimar period”. Today it is regarded an architectural work of art which houses, among others, the Paula Modersohn Becker Museum, craft studios, shops and restaurants.The H+ Hotel Bremen is only a hundred metres or so from the banks of the Weser. Take a stroll and let the city's maritime side work its magic on you, or head to Martinianleger for a harbour cruise or a boat trip downriver to North Bremen. The “Schlachte” is filled with restaurants, and every Saturday there is a large flea market on the promenade below the Kajenmarkt, where northern German specialities and live music are the order of the day. Opposite the “Schlachte” and its boats, and reached via a footbridge is the “Teerhof”, which houses the Weserburg Museum of Modern Art. Take the pedestrian tunnel from the banks of the Weser to reach the “Schnoor”, which is also just five minutes' walk from the H+ Hotel Bremen. This medieval pedestrian district is probably the oldest settlement in the city, and gets its name from its “main street”, where the houses are lined up as if they're on a string, or “Schnur”. The area is a picturesque mix of narrow alleys, miniature houses, tiny gardens, romantic squares, quaint shops, various restaurants, art galleries and craft studios. Bremen's “House of History" (“Bremer Geschichtenhaus”) is a living history museum where costumed actors perform scenes offering an insight into the history of the Hanseatic city, while the Packhaustheater promises cultural enjoyment. A trip to the “Universum” science museum offers an experience of a different kind. It's just a quarter of an hour by bike from the H+ Hotel Bremen, via the green city ramparts and the Bürgerpark. In the museum's interactive exhibition, visitors can try out most of the more than 300 exhibits on the laws of physics, natural phenomena and their own perception for themselves, and learn astonishing facts about people, technology and nature. Outside, a “playground” invites old and young alike to make further discoveries while in tunnels or using water, light and air.
Details / Other Expenses
|Check In: ||3:00 PM |
|Check Out: ||12:00 AM |
|Year of Last Renovation: ||2019 |
|Floors: ||4 |
|Rooms: ||131 |
|Corridors: ||All Rooms Have Interior Hallways |
|Non Smoking Rooms: ||131 |
|Handicap Rooms: ||0 |
|Rooms with 2 Beds: ||131 |
|Suites: ||0 |
|Room Windows: ||Windows Do Open |
|Cleaning Frequency: ||Daily |
|Meeting Rooms: ||0 |
|Ownership: ||H-Hotels AG | Policies / Expenses
Individual: 6:00 PM on arrival day except trade fair days or special eventsGroups: 6 weeks prior to arrival except trade fair days or special events
|Nightly Parking: ||€ 25 |
|Typical Group Deposit: ||100% |
|Total Taxes: || 7.00% |
|Total Misc Fees: ||$4.00 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
|VAT: Value Added Tax: ||19.00 VAT % Inclusive |
Amenities / Features
Airport & Shuttle Information
airport Bremen (BRE) in about 3km distance
Local Shuttle Info: taxi rank right in front of the hotel
In the H+ Hotel Bremen, you can help yourself to your choice of dishes from the extensive breakfast buffet. This allows you to put together exactly the breakfast you need to ensure a good start to the day. Or take a seat in the comfortably furnished foyer.
Yes! Pets are allowed.
Small pets are allowed and will be charged with 15,00 Euro per night and pet. Please note that pets are not allowed in the gastronomic outlets.
Our guests can leave their car during their stay in the underground car park of the directly adjacent hotel. The parking fees there are 25 euros per 24 hours. In the immediate vicinity are also several underground garages that can be approached. Please note that parking is not guaranteed and as such it is not possible to reserve in advance.
Internet / WiFI
High-speed Internet (Wi-Fi) inclusive