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Welcome to IntercityHotel Ingolstadt, located directly at Ingolstadt central station. Using public transport at no charge, you can easily reach all the city's main attractions: Saturn-Arena (about 2.5 km), the historical city centre (approx. 3 km), parks along the Danube promenade (about 2.5 km) and the Audi Forum (about 5 km).
Highlights: WiFi (complimentary), varied buffet breakfast, restaurant with regional specialties and national dishes, Sky Sportsbar, bistro and smoker’s lounge, art spaces for young artists.Our 144 soundproofed rooms offer every modern comfort to ensure that your stay is a pleasant one. Adding to your comfort, you’ll enjoy air-conditioning, a minibar, safe, work desk, flat-screen TV with Sky sports and national league channels. Also included: FreeCityTicket for free use of public transport in Ingolstadt.
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Welcome to our bright, modern and spacious 20 sqm standard rooms.
Our business plus rooms offer you 22 sqm of space for working and relaxing in an extra quiet part of the hotel.
A photographic art project by Jenny Bewer and Daniela Duckwitz.
Ingolstadt, a fortress city. The fortification lines form the outer and inner border of the city; they enclose and restrict it like an orbit. Inside the walls wide spaces and distances emerge and need to be covered. The recurring circular shape is one of the basic visual elements, as is the use of natural materials through which the original character and historical relevance of the city are underlined. The visual elements explore the relationship between narrow places and wide spaces, between enclosure and protection, which characterise the cityscape and the history of Ingolstadt, and reflect a very personal perception and experience.