'He who has no opinion of his own, but depends upon the opinion and taste of others, is a slave.' - Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock.
Those were the famous words of the renowned German poet from the charming city of quaint old buildings and natural beauty, Quedlinburg. Located in the northern part of the beautiful Harz mountains, the place was added to the list of UNESCO world heritage in the year 1994. The Quedlinburg town is historically known to exist ever since the early 9th century. Even today, the inner parts of the city include various half-timbered houses that were believed to be constructed in the 14th century. Quedlinburg is a charming city, full of placid restaurants and brightly colored ancient streets. The town is best explored through a wide selection of local luxury and cheap hotels, befitting every traveler's taste and preferences.
Budget Hotels in Quedlinburg
Hotel Dorothea Christiane Erxleben, Hotel Zum BÃ¤r, Hotel am Hoken, Hotel garni Am Dippeplatz, Hotel Zum Brauhaus bei, and Fachwerkhotel Vorhof Zur HÃ¶lle are all great choices of cheap hotels to marvellously mark your stay in the city at affordable prices. These traditional and family style hotels hold an unadulterated sense of history. Incorporated in the personal environment, these half-timbered hotels in Quedlinburg are located right in the middle of the city. With close proximity to major tourist attractions and landmarks, the properties can guarantee an unforgettable holiday experience to its guests. From business stays to leisure holidays, everyone is sure to have a relaxed stopover in this real old world of magic.
What Are The Luxury Stay Options in Quedlinburg?
Housed in the fascinating castle construction of the 16th century, Wyndham Garden Quedlinburg Stadtschloss is indeed one of the best luxury hotels in Quedlinburg that offers contemporary guestrooms with top quality amenities and personal service. This re-constructed boutique hotel nestled in the UNESCO's world heritage city is known for its extravagance and glory. The property is positioned close to an array of recreational and outdoor opportunities, such as hiking, skiing, rock climbing, and mountain biking. Besides, there are multiple restaurants, shops, and top-class tourist spots that are easily accessible from the place. BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel SchlossmÃ¼hle is also counted amongst the exclusive Quedlinburg hotels, located at the foot of the Harz Mountains. Being one of the classy properties in the city, the facility overlooks the university church. It is closely placed to the famous Feininger Gallery and within its walking distance are located historic winding streets, small squares, and half-timbered medieval buildings. Ranked amongst the largest surfaced monuments and Quedlinburg hotels in the entire Europe, this former imperial residence is always a valuable starting point to have an unforgettable stay in the town.
What to Do/See in Quedlinburg?
As the town is the birthplace of King Heinrich I - King of Germany in 1919 A.D., it holds Norbertinerkirche church that was built around the same time. In addition, there are gothic refurbished buildings from the late Middle Ages, crowded Market Square, famous Heinrich der Vogler, Quedlinburg Castle constructed by Heinrich I, unique and cosy 17th century Glasspainting Museum, and St. Servatius Cathedral '• all reflecting historical significance of Quedlinburg.