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+49 511 169921-0
Getting around the easy way: it will only take about 2 minutes to walk from the main station to InterCityHotel Hannover. Numerous destinations are easy to reach on foot or by railway and metro: The historic city center with shops and restaurants (approx. 600 m), Staatsoper (approx. 650 m) and convention center (approx. 9 km).
Highlights: WiFi (complimentary), buffet breakfast, restaurant with regional and national dishes and outdoor terrace, Sky Sportsbar, landmarked in-house casino, art spaces for young artists, 4 conference rooms accommodating up to 100 people.148 soundproofed rooms with air-conditioning will guarantee a quiet and comfortable stay. You'll find a flat-screen TV with Sky sports and national league channels, minibar, work desk and a FreeCityTicket granting free use of local public transportation in Hannover.
„Good value central Hannover hotel“
Review by Jeremy S
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
4.0/5.0 - Based on 276 ratings
Review by Dan O
„Basic but comfortable“
Review by rpreece5
„Nice hotel in center of Hanover!“
Review by RuurdvanElburg
„Comfort Without Frills“
Review by StumbleUK
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Our 18 to 22 sqm standard rooms provide world-class comfort in a central location.
Enjoy the view of Hanover from our 18 to 22 sqm business rooms located on the hotel's upper floors.
A photographic art project by Shantala Fels and Stefanie Boafo.
The two photographers rediscover the city trough the exceptional perspective of the fisheye lens, inviting the observer to follow them. With the fisheye lens they decided on an unusual technique. Set up on an analogue SLR film camera it provides a 170 degree "panoramic view", which creates a nearly spherical image. The strong graininess of the black and white film underlines the dreamy atmosphere. In contrast, snapshots and colour photographs were taken with an analog Lomo Fisheye camera and show a second, more playful look of Hannover.