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Language: German | Currency: Euros (€) | Local time: UTC | Avg. Flight time: 2.0 hrs
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Looking for a boutique B&B with a friendly owner who’ll serve homemade preserves? No problem. Hoping for a luxurious romantic spa getaway with your loved one? Germany’s five-star hotel options are plentiful. Heading to a theme park and need to find family-friendly accommodation nearby? Germany has the hotel for you.
No matter your taste or reason for visiting, you won’t be disappointed with the choice on offer.
If you’d rather spend your pennies on having fun as opposed to spending a small fortune on somewhere to rest your head, there are plenty of budget hotels in Germany.
International chain brands often own hotels close to Germany’s train stations and airports; they offer discounts throughout the year.
City-centre hostels are among some of the nicest (and tidiest) across Europe. And, because German hospitality is considered among the best in the world, even budget accommodation providers will sometimes throw a breakfast buffet into the price.
On the other end of the spectrum are Germany’s five-star hotels, which exude class and style.
Luxury accommodation in urban destinations often occupies sleek, high-rise towers, but head out into the German countryside and you could stay in a converted castle, complete with manicured grounds and dramatic spires.
Spas, pools and gourmet restaurants are pretty standard among the swankiest hotels in Berlin and Munich and you should expect nothing less than a gasp-inducing view of the skyline in Frankfurt and Hamburg.
A handful of Germany’s best hotels are located among the peaks of the Alps, where guests are treated to mountain views with their morning coffee.
When it comes to family holidays, Germany really knows how to cater for the little ones.
Many of the best hotels in Germany are family friendly, with some even going as far as to offer in-house childcare – and a spa, so that parents can also have some ‘me time’. Some of the most child-friendly hotels in Germany are located near the country’s many theme parks, making them a great base for little kids and big kids alike.
Whatever your budget, you can’t go wrong with one of Germany’s all-inclusive hotels.
Offering the ultimate peace of mind with none of those pesky dining decisions, this type of accommodation is most often found in mountain towns and is perfect for skiers or adventure-sports enthusiasts who spend most of their days seeking out thrills.
With a great range of food and drinks available, as well as amenities such as outdoor pools, all-inclusive hotels in Germany offer great value for money.
Germany is peppered with castles, rivers and stunning mountain backdrops, so why not make the most of that awe-inspiring scenery by staying in a hotel that offers great views or a picture-perfect location?
Some of Germany’s finest five-star hotels, such as Castlehotel Schönburg and Burg Colmberg Hotel, are located in or near castles.
For rooms with jaw-dropping views, look for hotels in the Rhine Valley and Bavaria.