Heidelberg: Neckarstaden 66,
Phone 49-6221-60500; fax 49 6221 605060
Our hotel Hollander Hof in Heidelberg finds itself in a unique location in downtown Heidelberg directly at the Old Bridge and offers a spectacular view to the Neckar River and the famous Philosopher’s Walk.
The Market Square with the Church of the Holy Spirit is only a few minutes to walk, as well as the University, the Theatre and the Cable-car station, which brings you up to the world-famous Heidelberg castle.
In the romantic atmosphere of our hotel with its 39 comfortable rooms – equipped with direct dial telephone, wireless Internet access, TV-set and radio, safety boxes (for depositing your laptop as well), hairdryer, minibar and shower/bathroom, W-Lan Internet access, you will enjoy our traditional style combined with the modern spirit of the age.
Our courteous service and the unique atmosphere of Heidelberg will surely aim to make a memorable experience of your stay.
A lift and rooms for the disabled are part of the hotels offer. Some of our rooms have air-conditioning. The in-house restaurant offers regional specialties as well as international dishes. We offer a substantial breakfast buffet and a smaller business breakfast. You can use the business corner with wireless LAN access to the Internet in the lobby.
Munich: Hotterstraße 4
Tel.: +49 89 - 23259 0
Fax: +49 89 - 23259 127
The Mercure München Altstadt is a fully air-conditioned facility in the heart of the Bavarian capital, just two minute’s walk to the famous Marienplatz. All 75 of our suites and rooms have modern furnishings with cost-effective Wi-Fi access to the Internet. Soft drinks from the mini-bar are free of charge. Our lobby offers a beverage/coffee bar, an Internet terminal and a shoeshine machine for a polished appearance. Our fax and copy service is of course free of charge.
Our hotel was renovated in April 2011. We laid new carpets and put fresh paint on all of the walls. The number of smoking rooms was reduced by half to just nine. The rooms were all equipped with new flat screen TVs and the suites were given a second flat screen for the bedroom area. Free SKY TV was also added so you could enjoy watching sports and movies. Our minibar with welcome drink is still free, of course. Coffee and tea are also made available to you.
New curtains in the breakfast room provide you with an even brighter and friendlier atmosphere. And new cutlery and dishes give the breakfast experience a new flair. Our breakfast buffet is not only popular among guests because of the high-quality food and beverages but also because of the variety of healthy, refreshing and delicious selections available. In addition to the various cold cuts and cheese types, we also offer a range of rolls, bread and sweet pastries. Marmalade and honey will help keep you sweet. A range of cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruit salad and fresh fruits will ensure you get a healthy start to the day. For a heartier breakfast we have boiled eggs, bacon, mini meatballs, sausages and scrambled eggs. One of the most popular features is our orange juice machine, where you can make as much fresh juice as you want. Of course there are also loads of tidbits to discover as well. Comes spoil yourself at our breakfast buffet…
Salzburg: Getreidegasse 37, 5020
Tel.: +43 662 8084 - 887 | Fax: +43 662 843349
Situated on the renowned Getreidegasse road, the five-star hotel introduces guests to the city’s captivating character. Across from the Festival Hall and down the street from Mozart’s house, we are just a short walk from designer boutiques and the Salzach River. The Hotel Goldener Hirsch is Salzburg’s premier host for both a stay in the city and unforgettable, authentic Austrian meals.
The historical Hotel Goldener Hirsch building, first documented in 1407, assumed a public role when it opened as an inn, the Güldener Hirsch in 1564—a time when the Salzburg’s population numbered just 5,000. The city began its ascend with the rise of Mozart, who was born a minute's walk from the Hotel Goldener Hirsch in 1756. In 1920, it declared itself a leader of the international music and drama scene by introducing the Salzburg Festival, which has become a city institution and global attraction.
The Hotel Goldener Hirsch was established as the festival’s premier residence following its purchase in 1939 by Countess Harriet Walderdorff. After World War II, Countess Walderdorff began her quest to refurbish the interior with simple and contemporary décor, creating a country residence in the city center. Boasting a new pink exterior, the hotel re-opened on April 29, 1948. Its casual yet sophisticated style soon became the model for Western Austrian hotels.
Little has changed since Countess Walderdorff purchased the hotel; the facades of the original and adjoining building—acquired in the 1970s—remain simple and the interior elegantly eclectic. Guests marvel at the carefully acquired décor: a painting, a wooden sculpture, a bar constructed from an antique trunk. The original antiques, handmade furniture, and native rag rugs are opulent and discreet, and honor 600 years of hotel history.
Vienna: Petersplatz 9
phone 43-1-534 55-0; fax 43-1-534 5577
The Hotel is located in the center of Vienna 200 m from St. Stephans Square. Hotel Wandl is surely part of Viennese tradition. Situated in the heart of Vienna, the hotel dates back to 1700, when Court Chamber Counsellor and Laxenburg Palace Govenor, Jakob Metz, built this house.
Joseph Georg Daum bought the house in 1851 and converted it to a hotel. He installed all items of comfort according to Parisian models. In 1854, Johann Wandl whose name it carries to this day, bought the hotel. Later he had an elevator installed, as well as bathrooms - this made the hotel the most elegant of this times.
An uncountable member of guests have since then enjoyed the harmony of traditional Viennese hospitality and modern comfort.
The guest is confronted with the history of this house - still owned by the same family - with its flair, its warmth and conviction which Hotel Wandl endearment to keep against all fashions and short-lived currents. The Wandl is a traditional family-run hotel.
Budapest: Apáczai Cs. J. u. 4.
phone +36 1 235-4829
Fax: +36 1 266-8426
Discover Budapest, the enchanting city of vibrant contrasts, while staying at the Budapest Marriott Hotel. Located in the Budapest city center, on the bank of the Danube, just minutes away from Budapest attractions like the Parliament or Buda Castle, the Budapest Marriott Hotel brings the city to your door.
Uniquely in Budapest all guestrooms of the hotel have spectacular Danube view, a view that is part of the World Heritage. All rooms sparkle with fresh look, luxurious Revive® bedding, inviting design, and smartly shaped work areas. The hotel was completely closed for renovation for an entire year, and now everything is brand new inside this deluxe five-star hotel.
Unwind with a cocktail or espresso in our contemporary AQVA Lounge Bar before dining at our stylish Peppers! Mediterranean Grill restaurant, where you will find a mix of artfully prepared Hungarian-Mediterranean flavor. Such a central location makes this Budapest hotel perfect for the visitor.
phone 420-2-240-93111; fax 420-224-221240
The luxury 5-star hotel is located directly in the historical and vibrant city center of Prague, just a few steps from Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square. All the major historical sightseeing attractions of the Czech Republic, as well as Prague´s business, shopping and entertainment areas, are within walking distance of the hotel.
This architectural landmark has been a symbol of hospitality and luxury life style since 1909. The new Executive Rooms & Suites with a view of Prague Castle and the State Opera fulfil all the requirements of pure luxury accommodation.
The hotel, built in the Viennese Art Nouveau style, was opened on 21 April in 1909. Things were to change in 1924, when the new owner, Emanuel Oppel, made a point of turning the facility into a competitive 5-star hotel. Soon after, the Palace Hotel became a center of Prague's social and cultural life. Josephine Baker was one of the hotel´s first prominent guests. Even the great opera voice Emma Destinová and her professional partner Enrico Caruso dwelled here on several occasions. Two of the function rooms were named after them.
Hotel Palace Praha´s first era of long duration came to an end when it was closed on 1 January 1986 for a "sensitive" renovation. Its original character has been preserved thanks to the "house-in-a-house" renovation approach, i.e. leaving the outer walling untouched.
The hotel reopened in 1989, and has been providing top-class service ever since, making many a world's celebrity feel at home once again. The last renovation of the Hotel Palace Praha was during the years 2006 and 2007.
Frankfurt: Terminal 1, phone 49-69-69-770; fax 69-69-77-22-09
A warm welcome and total convenience awaits you at the Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel and Conference Center. This luxurious hotel is conveniently situated within walking distance of Terminal 1, just a few minutes away on foot.
Fresh and bright, our 1,008 guest rooms are a great place to relax and unwind. With a spacious layout, warm maple furniture, and lots of little extras, you'll find space to spread out and enjoy a quiet evening.
Our service team is reassuringly discreet and always on hand to make sure you feel at home when you stay at the Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel. Room service, reception, a concierge service and Link@Sheraton are on hand around the clock.
To round off your day, share a delicious meal and casual conversation in our restaurants and bars. Bring everyone together for typical German specialties in the rustic, cozy atmosphere of Taverne, indulge in international culinary delicacies at Flavors or chat away late into the night at our bars Lemons & Limes. Next morning enjoy a buffet breakfast before easily walking in a few minutes to your airline check-in counter.