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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Dec 8, 2012
The hotel was away from the centre but easily reached by tram. The staff were very pleasant and helpful, and we had a room at the back, so were not disturbed by road noise. The meals in the restaurant were delicious, though quite expensive. The room with breakfast included was very good value for money.
"Simple, clean and efficient"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 17, 2012
Arrived at 2am and used the automatic machine to get my key using my booking code. Breakfast was nice if a little too artistic rather than filling. Wi-fi is not free, the best I could work out from the sign is it's a daily charge - can't comment on the quality of this as I didn't use it.
"Hotel zur alten brucke Heidleberg"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Dec 5, 2011
Perfect position for old town and christmas markets.
The hotel just meets 3star standard. We were in a room on the first floor which was very noisey because the partition walls are paper thin; we could plainly hear people snoring next-door.
O.K. if on limited budget and a sightseer.
"A pleasant stopover"
Reviewed by Kevin H of "Milton Keynes, UK" on
Apr 12, 2011
This hotel doesn't pretend to be 5-star, but compares well to many of the 3-star establishments I have stayed in throughout Europe. It is conveniently located near the train station, but far enough away to avoid the noise of the trains. While there may be some traffic noise from the front rooms, those at the side are relatively quiet. The windows that open fully were much appreciated, as the rooms can get warm without air-conditioning. The hotel has been renovated, so the bathroom and rooms themselves are of a decent standard, although small. The beds are comfortable enough, but the feather pillow supplied is useless. The wireless internet worked well and at only 5 Euro per 24-hour period, was a bargain.
Value for money is excellent for an hotel in the heart of Heidelberg. A major supermarket is located in the immediate vicinity, and the Rhine is a within ten minutes' walk of the hotel. Breakfast is basic continental fare - cold meats, rolls and coffee, but quite adequate for the price. However, the dining area is tiny, so guests are advised to arrive early to get a table.
I am fussy about the hotels that I stay in, but this hotel met all my criteria and I would happily recommend it to friends and colleagues.
Reviewed by Melissa G of "American living in France" on
Jul 21, 2010
The hotel itself was clean and nice. The breakfast was adequate but nothing fancy. However, there were two problems. One was the noise level. Since it was hot outside, we had to leave the windows open. It was hard to sleep because of the continuous banging of doors, throwing away of glass bottles, traffic, early morning garbage trucks, etc. which turned out to be frustrating when we were trying to sleep. The other problem was the woman on duty in the morning. She was very grouchy and didn't seem to care when we told her the hotel was quite noisy. She could have at least showed some concern. Also, she was somewhat annoyed that we asked to leave our car parked in the courtyard until early afternoon. We were gone well before other guests were to check in, and there was only one other car there when we left. Friendliness and professionalism can go a long way with regards to hotel satisfaction.