Accommodation is a crucial factor while planning a holiday. We have tried to make easier your job of finding the perfect hotel in Nuremberg for your next visit. Each of the boutique hotels in the list has something unique to offer in terms of design, style, cuisine, or location. We are sure that you will find at least one hotel that is suitable for your taste and preference.
The building that today houses Hotel Elch dates from the 14th century. The hotel, owned by the Horka family, extends a warm welcome to visitors to come and travel back in time with them. The interior of the hotel has been designed in a historic, rustic style, in sync with the traditional half-timbered structure of the building. However, every modern amenity that travelers expect harmoniously coexist with old-world charm in this hotel. Hotel Elch houses double rooms and suites decorated in simple, elegant styles. It is located close to the main market square, with easy access to many restaurants and a pulsating nightlife.
Built in 1896, Victoria Hotel is a listed historical building under the monumental protection law. This privately-run, four-star hotel exhibits the perfect harmony of over 120 years of history and modern luxury. It enjoys an enviable right in the heart of Nuremberg Old Town, at a convenient distance from attractions, the railway station, restaurants, and nightlife, yet aloof from the hustle and bustle. Their 62 modern, tastefully decorated rooms are divided into Business, Relax, Attic, Comfort, Economy, Quality, JuniorSuite Klarissenplatz, and JuniorSuite Königstor. The Italian terrace café, La Terrazza, is a wonderful place to unwind over a delicious meal and great views.
Design Hotel Vosteen takes pride in the fact that it is one of the smallest but most personalized hotels in Nuremberg, and calls itself an artist’s hotel. The building was constructed in the 1950s in the typical style of that era. At Design Hotel Vosteen, traditional charm harmoniously blends with all the modern comforts that business and travelers seek. Each room of the hotel has been given a beautiful name (Audrey and Blüten, Dachidyll Sonne, Dachidyll Mond & Stern, Katharine & Kleinod, etc.) and decorated in a unique way. The modern, spacious, airy rooms have been done up with tasteful wallpapers, muted or cheerful colors, and furniture from the 1950s and ’60s. The hotel is located in the center of Nuremberg, a perfect base from which to explore the city.
Hotel Drei Raben (The Three Raven) stands out from other hotels due to the sheer uniqueness of their rooms. As many as 16 “Mythical Theme Rooms” at this hotel have been designed on the basis of folklore, landmarks, myths, and legends from Nuremberg, Germany, and the world. Each room tells a fascinating story and has an intriguing name, including Toy Town, The Goose Man’s Fountain, St. Sebald, The Deep Well, The Beautiful Fountain, and First railway, among others. Or perhaps you would prefer to treat yourself to one of the four luxurious and equally fascinating Junior Suites?
Art & Business Hotel, Nuremberg, promises the warmth and hospitality that is associated with family hotels. As a bonus, the team’s dedication towards innovation, an eye for detail, and generations of experience in the hotel industry has resulted in a modern art-inspired hotel. The simple, elegant, no-fuss rooms equipped with all the modern amenities have consistently been admired by the guests, though the highlight of a stay at this hotel is usually the extensive, delicious home-made breakfast. The colorful, cheerful courtyard is a great place to unwind over drinks and conversations. The Art Bar of the hotel offers the chance to try wine tasting as well.
Staying a night in Boutique Hotel Hauser is like being a part of history. This building has been standing a proud witness to the changing centuries since the year 1800, though in recent times it has been substantially renovated to suit the expectations and needs of modern travelers. Hotel Hauser, a partner of Hotel Elch, is known for its beautiful airy, spacious rooms decked in impeccably clean, well-maintained furniture and furnishings. Restaurant Opatija housed in the hotel serves delectable local cuisine and is one of the most favored gastronomic destinations in town.
Hotel Deutscher Kaiser was built back in 1888-89 by legendary builders, and still today is considered to be a gem of typical Nuremberg-style of architecture. The building with its gorgeous sandstone façade was constructed in the style of transitional monuments from the 1600s, and expertly made to blend seamlessly with the existing skyline of the city. While many places attempt to preserve old-world charm, Hotel Deutscher Kaiser has incorporated a tangible piece of history into its design – the bay window (Chörlein) of the historic building from the 1500s that used to stand where the hotel stands today. Guests consistently express their satisfaction over the simplicity, cleanliness, and modern amenities of the hotel rooms. The hotel enjoys a perfect location from which to explore the attractions of the city.