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Kapuzinergasse 6, 86150 Augsburg, Germany – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 9.50 per day.
Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 10 per person per night for extra beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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On Königsplatz square in Augsburg, this 3-star-superior hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free use of the new sauna and relaxation area. Breakfast buffets are available daily until 12 pm.
Score from 974 reviews Very good
This 3-star Superior hotel in Augsburg lies just a 2-minute walk from the picturesque Old Town. It offers modern rooms, 24-hour reception and a sauna and fitness area.
Score from 436 reviews Very good
Offering a central yet quiet location, this hotel lies in the cathedral district of Augsburg. It features a spa area with indoor pool and gym.
Score from 611 reviews Wonderful
Featuring free Wi-Fi and modern-style rooms, this 4-star hotel is in the southwest of Augsburg. It is near Augsburg University, Augsburg Main Station and the Congress Hall.
Score from 266 reviews Very good
not a big hotel with personal service located in the old center
the elevator is out of service after 22:00 Clock - for handicapped people a problem !
Cozy room. Perfect location.
The location of the hotel was good. The off site parking a bit difficult to find. The breakfast room was much more charming than the actual rooms. Our room was basically grey and very spartan but not in the sense of Modern decor. Glad to only be there one night. very nice breakfast selection.
The room was very drab. There must have been a bar/night club below us as around 4am they were hauling out their trash and woke us up with the noise. We stayed in this town as could not get a hotel in Munich that night. Wanted to be close to Dachau to see the camp. Would actually stay in the town of Dachau if possible. You can walk from town to the camp as it is located right next to the town.
LOCATION BREAKFAST VARIETY OF FOOD
Location to shops and main attractions was good
Nightclub outside of hotel can make for noisy people outside late at night at weekends
Great location, friendly staff
-The wi-fi situation needs to be improved -- currently you have to get a hotspot user name and password for each device you want to use (for every 24 online hours), which is not very 21st century... -If you invest in putting a minibar into the rooms, it's a shame not to have any sweets in it
I was at top floor. As outside was below 25 degree, inside feels like 35, no fan, was too hot to sleep. Share a balcony with other rooms, so not dare to open it full. Very small single bed, low and bad mattress. Elevator not work after 21.45, and no reception too. Park in hotel almost impossible cos it's too small. Breakfast is simple but fine. Only okish is the service but definitely not worth the price and stars.
Central and convenient
No air conditioning in the room on a warm night meant that we had to have the window open. Unfortunately, Saturday night revellers made it very noisy and difficult to sleep. It detracted from what otherwise was a pleasant hotel.
Good location for attractions
Location is excellent. Breakfast and serving staff were very good.
Old hotel which is drab and dreary. Sorely needs updating. WiFi is a joke.
Located opposite a night bar. In summer when sleeping with open windows kots of noise during the night.
Good location, friendly service.
Nothing much for the expensive room, one of the most expensive we have paid in 3 weeks in Germany, and the worse for value we have had.
Breakfast was ordinary, poor choice, plates not refilled very often. Couldn't open bedroom windows on hot nights because we were next to the car park with doors banging at night. Had to ask for a fan after the first hot night. Tired, old fashion furniture, 1960's TV, no toileteries, stepping out of slippery bath was risky!.
The rooms were fine - a bit dated but clean and kept. The bathroom was quite nice. Breakfast was good.
Overall, my experience at the Altstadthotel was probably the worst I've had with a hotel in my adult life. I requested a late checkin with my reservation, as my bus was arriving at 10pm and I would likely arrive about a half hour after the checkin time of 10pm. I was never notified that this may not be possible. Not once did the hotel reach out to me, though they told me they had received the request for the late checkin. I assumed the hotel must employ a night guard or someone who could let me into the room and I could formally check in the next morning. When I arrived at the hotel at 10:30pm, I was shocked to find there were no staff at all, and would not be until 6am the next morning. I ended up sleeping on the lobby marble floor until a sympathetic guest invited me to sleep on their room floor for the night - essentially concrete covered in thin carpet. When I told the front desk staff the next morning about my experience, they flatly stated that the checkin time ended at 10pm and their staff person had stayed for 20 minutes. They charged me the full rate for both nights I had booked. No apology, no nothing. I suppose it would have been one thing if this was a budget-minded hotel, but the rate was similar to that of a hotel chain. On a different note, the hotel advertises that wifi is available everywhere in the hotel. It is empirically not. I was able to access wifi in my room for about two hours (important because I was on a business trip and booked the hotel in part because the Booking.com site said it had wifi) during my two night stay. To access it at all I had to sit in the lobby, and even then the signal was very poor. I believe Booking.com should require the Altstadthotel to remove this claim, as other reviewers have also commented that the wifi has been inconsistent at best. Staying at the Altstadthotel was a terrible experience in an otherwise beautiful city.
Good location just off a main street, nice old building, quiet and comfortable.
The hotel was peaceful and the room was light and tidy. The staff were friendly and helpful.
in the center
Located at the very center of the Altstadt, with many good restaurant at a short walking distance.
The room was cleaned a bit poorly, toilet was not cleaned, and towels were replaced only once every 2 days, even when one was totally wet because of the old water barrier in the bathroom, that was not functioning that well.
Location at heart of city, friendly staff, free Wifi, quite location
Parking was awkward especially when arriving late.
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