Perfect location for our stay. We just got in from Prague and the hotel is right across from the bus/train station. It is located right across from one of the old town Nuremburg gates and close to the market stalls and a short walk to the castle. Room was a very nice blend of old world flavor and modern touches. A very nice combination. The bar was very cozy and a nice place to end the night. Hotel front staff was very nice and very helpful
Traveller from portland
Situated at the entrance to the historic city center, this renovated 19th-century hotel is across from the main railway …More
The staff at Hotel Drei Raben literally take you under their wing and offer so many recommendations to enjoy Nuremberg. The hotel's breakfast, happy hour and nightcaps in the lobby afford a home away from home. Comfortable room are full of character.
Located in Nuremberg Old Town, this boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Handwerkerhof and St. Lorenz Church. German …More
I had just spent 5 days in Berlin when I drove down to Nuremburg. I already had reservations for the next day, so I only stayed here for one night. After all of the driving and walking, I just wanted to lay down and rest. The hotel was clean and quiet. There is nothing bad I can say about the hotel, but there isn't anything spectacular either.
Traveller from Nuremburg
Located in Weststadt, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Children's and Young People's Museum and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
We booked hotel primarily due to ease of access to the main station and have to say that it is indeed the best-located hotel for those walking with luggage from Nuremberg station! It is only about 100m from the underground walkway exit. Note: when arriving from Munich (or the south) disembark and walk westward on the platform until you reach the lifts and go down to the lower level and upon exiting the lift, turn right along the underground walkway, hotel is literally to right in front of you. NOTE: hotel is OPPOSITE side of the station from the old city area! This hotel is clean and tidy, however as the rooms occupy 5 separate (but inter-connecting buildings), rooms vary in size and features. The first room we were shown had no air-con, despite being recently renovated (had heater, but no cooler!) and as we arrived in a heatwave (35oC to 38oC) this was unacceptable. After discussing this with the duty manager and her junior clerk, we were very kindly given an air-conditioned room: THANKYOU!
Traveller from Adelaide, Australia
Located in Suedstadt, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of New Museum and German National Railway Museum. German National …More
Thick walls with 80 towers enclose Nuremberg’s old quarter. Kaiserburg Castle, the city’s most famous landmark, dates from the 11th century and was home to Germany’s kings and emperors for 500 years. In the 20th century, Nuremberg was the site of three of Hitler’s biggest rallies, as well as the post-war trials of Nazi leaders. Today, Nuremberg is a major tourism and business destination.