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only until February
The age at the day of arrival is deciding.
+49 531 12904-0
Since November 2016 the fortieth InterCityHotel opened in Braunschweig! In direct proximity to the central station and only a stone's throw from the city center, 174 comfortably furnished hotel rooms invite you to linger. The 4 modern meeting rooms give you the perfect setting for your conference or event. The á la carte restaurant and the ample buffet breakfast offers something for every gourmet.
Review by Robert B
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Review by nielshenningm
„Excellent modern hotel“
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Review by peterha6623
„Basic no frills rooms“
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There are also four meeting and function rooms available for up to 200 guests. The hotel restaurant, the bar and the bistro provide all the refreshment you need and naturally the FreeCityTicket for cost-free use of the local public transport in Braunschweig is always included. A smoking lounge is available for smokers.
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. Your ticket is valid throughout your stay.
These 20-25 m² sound-insulated rooms offer a home from home on the first to the fourth floors and are equipped with self-regulating climate control, a flat-screen TV with free Sky TV and radio and WiFi free of charge.
Enjoy a soothing tranquillity in the 20-25 m² room designed with a modern colour scheme on the fifth and sixth floors, equipped with coffee and tea-making facilities, desk, telephone with voicemail, flat-screen TV with free Sky TV and radio and WiFi free of charge.
Guests of the IntercityHotel Braunschweig can use the fitness and sauna facilities of Fitnessloft Braunschweig free of charge.
A photographic art project by Robert Krischan ter Horst.Two events took place in the city of Brunswick, which were essential for the present work. On the one hand, Carl Friedrich Gauß, who was born here, laid the foundations for modern photography in 1809 with his ideas on probability calculation. Without his theories, it would be impossible to display a digital blur. On the other hand, in the “Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt”, the atomic clocks can be found, which calculate the world time in reconciliation with institutes in other countries. Through the calculation of various video sequences recorded in Brunswick, pictures have come into being, which do not display objects, but which break up the real shapes, and allow new worlds to come into being by mixing tonal values.
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