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Earlier part of Hamburg, the North Sea city lies along the Elbe River and is a popular tourist resort founded in 1816 as a seaside port. It is primarily known as Cuxland's holiday region. Hotels in Cuxhaven are well-organized within Germany's largest seaside resort with capacity to manage approximately 3 million bookings every year. Tourists can gather great views of passing ships from the tower Alte Liebe or visit the geographical landmark Kugelbake at the mouth of the river Elbe. The beach areas are interesting with visitors able to cite crabs and build sand dunes until the next high tide arrives. Safe areas are clearly marked. Daily ship trips are available to the nearby Neuwerk Island.
3 Basic Hotels for Short Visits
Cheap hotels around the tourist resort provide excellent amenities at budget prices. Hotel Neuhaus/Oste - The old hotel does give the impression it's ideal for overnight stays. However, interiors are very comfortable with adjustable beds and modern television. A small cafeteria provides drinks at the entrance. Breakfasts are charged extra. Wi-Fi is also available. Hotel am Konigshof - This is another order that is ideally suited for short stays. Visitors arriving in self-driven vehicles are offered parking space. Breakfast buffets are served, and rooms are quite clean. Hotel Pflug - Different sized rooms are offered to guests. Parking space is allotted at the back. The budget hotel offers cheap accommodation, but guests do have reservations about the cleanliness. Guests usually arrive in self-driven vehicles, crossover to the island, and stay back in cheap hotels to pitch too late to drive.
2 5-Star Hotels Right on The Beach
A few Cuxhaven hotels have ideal beachside locations with luxury amenities. Hotel Strandperle - The five-star hotel is at Duhnen, which is just a short drive away from Cuxhaven and offers spacious suites and rooms. Quality wood furnishings are used. Rooms facing the North Sea offer clear views of Neuwerk Island. Wonderful regional food is offered at the specialty restaurants Le Jardin and Strandperle Stutzi. Guess can move around the area on bicycles. The promenade has quite a few interesting sights. Badhotel Sternhagen - With a quiet location amidst picturesque surroundings, the luxury hotel offers traditional German food and has its own wine cellar. The popular Nordsee-Thalasso Spa is inviting special beauty treatments. Guests can relax in the sun terrace close to sea waters.
3 Independent Hotels With Good Sea Views
Independent hotels in Cuxhaven have found good locations with excellent views of the North Sea. Hotel Strandperle - The decent hotel accommodates guests with early checkouts. Taxis are organized by the staff. A large and spacious pool area is kept very well. It has a smoking room at the entrance. Strandhotel Duhnen/Aparthotel Kamp - Visitors on short business trips find your hotel ideal with good Wi-Fi and clean staying quarters. Good views are offered from room balconies. Dose - Guests have to walk less than 600 yards to reach the beach. The hotel is in a quiet neighborhood and top-floor views are really good. It serves excellent breakfast and provides a small kitchen in the room as well. Cuxhaven hotels are meant for quiet and to relax along the seaside.