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Located in the center of Speyer in a building from 1857, 2625 feet from Cathedral Speyer, Hotel Goldener Engel features free WiFi throughout the property and private parking. Beautifully renovated, room size was great, breakfast also great.
This 3-star hotel in Speyer is 656 feet from the town center and a 10-minute walk from Speyer Train Station. It offers an organic breakfast and free Wi-Fi access. The location was perfect and quiet.
This new hotel, located on the north side of Speyer and just a few minutes’ walk from the Steinhäuserwühlsee and Wammsee lakes, offers well-equipped rooms, furnished in a Mediterranean style. Rooms are small but clean, comfortable beds, great bathroom. Clean, great breakfast.
Enjoying a central location within a few minutes' walk of the heart of the historic town of Speyer, this family-run 4-star hotel offers private parking places and free Wi-Fi. Fantastic place close to everything
This family-run, 3-star superior boutique hotel is located just 656 feet from the historic watchtower in Speyer. It offers free WiFi, and free parking is available at the main building. The manager and breakfast staff were wonderful in making us welcome and at home.
Set in Rheinhausen, Hotel Gasthof Alte Post features a bar. There is a restaurant serving German cuisine, and free private parking is available. We had a very nice large room and enjoyed a tasteful dinner at the patio of the restaurant
The family-run Hotel-Pension Klaer is located in the area of Speyer-Nord, in the northern outskirts of this picturesque town. Outside it looks really nice and you can have breakfast outside.
Located in Berghausen, Hotel ZUM ENGEL in Speyer - Römerberg features a garden, terrace and free WiFi throughout the property.
Hotel La Grotta offers comfortable rooms in the center of Speyer, a city set in the heart of the Rhineland-Palatinate countryside. It is a 5-minute drive to the River Rhine. All around amazing. Great attached restaraunt and friendly staff!
The church needs to turn off the bells at a decent hour like 10 pm. It is environmental terrorism what they do, which is ring the bells LOUDLY all night long, all night! Every 15 minutes, and at midnight, one is bombarded with not four, not 12, but 28 bell gongs! Hugely disruptive especially if you are trying, as a visitor, to sleep in one of the hotels nearby. It's just a terribly insulting thing for guests. Oh, I know all about "tradition" and "history" and "the church has the power," but nowadays we have these things called phones and alarm clocks and watches and the church does NOT have all of the power, if they did, we would be on the crusades!
Here, Elizabeth, the daughter of Wenceslaus II of Bohemia and Judith of Habsburg, the princess of the Bohemian Přemyslid dynasty and mother of Charles IV (14 May 1316 - 29 November 1378), married the son of Henry VII, Holy Roman Emperor, John of Luxembourg on 1 September 1310.