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Located opposite Terminal 3 of Bremen Airport, this modern, 4-star hotel offers stylish accommodations and an elegant restaurant. Atlantic Hotel is just 2.2 mi from Bremen's historic city center. Hotel is just across 50m from airport entry door. Good restaurant location. Food Quantity per order was lot.
Just 656 feet from Bremen Airport, this Holiday Inn Express offers modern rooms with free WiFi, an early-riser breakfast buffet, a stylish bar and the Mike's Urban Pub. Good location, stayed on my way home. Perfect!
Just 2625 feet from Bremen Airport, this homestay is conveniently located 1148 feet from the A281 motorway. It offers a children's playground, garden and a shared kitchen on each floor. free coffee and tea in the morning, bottle of water in the room, nice and clean bed.
This 3-star hotel in Bremen offers free Wi-Fi, and great transport connections to Bremen Central Train Station. Bremen Airport is only a 3-minute drive away. The breakfast and the stuff. What is good for my kids, is always good for me.
Apartment-Borkum-am-Park-Naehe-Airport is a vacation home located in Bremen just 3.2 miles from Fairground Bremen. An oven and a microwave are provided in the kitchenette. A TV is featured.
This small and cozy bed and breakfast is only a 15 minute walk from the center of town as well as from the historic quarter, yet is located in quiet surroundings. The hotel is located in a tranquil residential area with ample restaurants within walking distance. The facilities are very cosy, homely and clean. Staff is very welcoming and breakfast is good. Wifi is easily connected and fast enough for video watching.
Located in Bremen, 2.5 miles from Fairground Bremen, Pension Isabel No2 features a garden. It was very very clean, the location is excellent! And the owner spoke good german and Spanish
Located in Bremen, Apartmenthaus Kornstrasse provides accommodations with free WiFi.
Located in Bremen, within 2.5 miles of Fairground Bremen and 1.1 miles of Weserburg - Museum for modern Art, Apartment Kornstraße has accommodations with a flat-screen TV and a kitchen. The apartment was bright and super-clean, well furnished and in a lovely area within walking distance from the city centre but also close to public transport. We had no problems whatsoever and would highly recommend it.
Located 2.5 miles from Fairground Bremen in Bremen, Casa Feliz offers accommodations with a kitchen. This apartment provides a garden. Easy to find, close to the airport with free parking in the street. We stayed there about 10 hours only for sleeping. Host was polite and helpful. It has a nice garden but we couldn’t use it as it was a cold night.
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This 4-star superior hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, flat-screen TV and tea/coffee-making facilities. There was a broken pipe near our hotel, and cause some water problem for the first day of our stay,...
Centrally located in Bremen’s Old Town, this modern hotel is just under 1 mile from Messe Bremen convention center and 2 miles from Weser Stadium. It offers free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour front desk. Fantastic location within a walking distance to old town where you find all Bremen attractions.
This hotel offers a 24-hour reception and a lobby with free WiFi access . It is 2625 feet from the UNESCO-listed Bremen Town Hall in the city center. The hotel was different in décor. Fun and hip. My 14 year old twin daughters loved it.
This 3-star-Superior boutique hotel with individually designed rooms is located in the very heart of Bremen, a 10-minute walk from the railway station and the congress center. Beautiful rooms, fabulous location
This exclusive, 4-star-superior hotel has a spa with indoor pool. It offers free WiFi in the public area and a French-Italian restaurant. Pool was fantastic! Room was great and staff super friendly and helpful.
A 10-minute walk from Bremen’s historic center, this traditional hotel provides spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. The River Weser is just a 2-minute walk away. Great location, close to train station, riverfront and in the heart of the city.
Schlaf City is located in central Bremen, a 5-minute walk from the market square and a 15-minute walk from Bremen Central Station. It offers free Wi-Fi internet and on-site parking. The place was in almost sentrum of the city, the price was ok.
This modern hotel is right next to Bremen’s Zentralkrankenhaus hospital, Links der Weser. The old quarter is only about 4 miles from the property. Comfortable hotel, every you need and good breakfast!
The old city with its gothic buildings is beautiful, especially the Markt Platz. We enjoyed strolling along the dike and Weser river. We had lunch at the unique Ratskeller and a very tasty dinner a couple of times at Camillo's, very close to to Ferienwohnung Fesenfeld. A walk through the Bürger Park was especially enjoyable.
Bremen is a beautiful Hanseatic city with UNESCO heritage buildings right in the city centre. There are also medieval buildings an an area called the 'Schoor' and Boetcherstrasse a few minutes walk from here. There are many opportunities to taste traditional German food in numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes (try Ratskeller at least once!), as well as buying some of these items to take back home with you (if you want local hams or cheeses, many places offer vacuum sealing so you don't have any accidents in your luggage). Wine shops will wrap bottles in extra paper or cardboard if you tell them you want to check it in your bags. Bremen is also conveniently located on a major train line, so you can use 'Die Bahn' to make it to neighbouring towns and cities and experience the local country side. There is also a lovely network of bike paths (not shared with cars!) that take you out to artist towns such as Worpswerde, or along the river to 'Das Alte Land'. Buy a ticket to watch the local Werder Bremen play, or make it for the indoor track cycling event (the 5 days of racing). The Christmas market in Bremen is stunning, and the local harvest festival, the Friemarkt rivals the Oktoberfest in the south of Germany.
I spent 11 nights at Motel One which was modern, clean and attractive. I was able to walk along the river promenade and watch the boat traffic. Old Town was also within walking distance. I took minibus tour, narration only in German but driver brought me an English copy of the sites we passed. He helped me on and off the bus as I am elderly and disabled. I ate at Cafe Bellini near the river . There was an English menu. Reasonably priced., outdoor seating. Steep steps to indoors, waiter helped me when it was raining. Shopped at C&A using my walker.
I am furious with the town of Bremen. It is very picturesque, and we loved our hotel. However, they have a very tourist unfriendly law for cars brought into the city. You have to have a green placard on your windshield or they will ticket you as many times as they want. We had a rental car from the Netherlands which did not have a placard, even though we told them we were going to Germany. We got a ticket about 5 minutes after we parked on Friday evening and another one first thing Monday morning right before we checked out. They are very predatory and seem to watch until you pay for your parking then swoop in and ticket you. We could not go buy a placard because the rental car does not have a registration card in it, and that's what you need to get one. They say the law is for pollution control, but we had a brand new Opel Meriva, so it should be obvious that it was not a big polluter. It is simply a money making scheme, and I would not recommend going to Bremen because of this. It really ruined what had been a very nice vacation up until then. I plan to warn as many people as I can to stay away from a town that is so unfriendly to people who are actually going to put money into the local economy!
I go each year for the Christmas Market. The Pirate theme along the river is my favorite. I like the holiday feel mixed with the medieval marketeers. Walk a few minutes and enjoy the city's main Christmas market. It's a very friendly city so I'm sure you will meet new friends during your visit..
We enjoyed the friendliness of the people, the Kunstmuseum, the food at the Cafe Classico, the ability to walk everywhere and the proximity of public transportation. The medieval Schnoor area was charming, and we enjoyed walking near the Weser, too.