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IntercityHotel Kiel

Kaistraße 54-56

24114 Kiel
Germany

+49 431 6643-0

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The IntercityHotel Kiel with 124 comfortable hotel rooms and 3 modern conference rooms is the perfect place for business appointments and the ideal starting point for explorations in and around Kiel. Situated right next to the Kieler Förde and the central station, our Hotel in Kiel offers excellent connections to transportation. You can use the public transport for free beacause of the FreeCityTicket, which is free of charge for our guests. Whether you prefer to walk, take the bus or a train, you can easily reach the nearby shopping districts (approx. 300 m), Sparkassen Arena (about 800 m) and the Town Hall Square with its theater and opera house (about 1 km).

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FreeCityTicket in Kiel

  • You are saving 8,40€ per day
  • The FreeCityTicket is valid in the entire fare area of Kiel
  • The closest station is "Hauptbahnhof Kiel"


In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. Your ticket is valid throughout your stay.

Free WiFi

FreeCityTicket

bar

restaurant

breakfast with coffee to go

fitness area

central location

pets welcome

meeting rooms

certified according to category Ai

Photographic Art Project

Our rooms at IntercityHotel Kiel

IntercityHotel Kiel - Standard room

Standard rooms

Experience the tailor-made comfort of our approx. 18 sqm standard rooms.


Business room

Enjoy the highest level of comfort in one of our approx. 18 sqm business rooms with a view of the port of Kiel.


IntercityHotel Kiel – business room

Art visions: "Call me Ishmael!"

A photographic art project by Joscha Kirchknopf and Andrea Grambow.

"Call me Ishmael!" demands not only the protagonist in the beginning of Melville's novel "Moby Dick" - the photographer duo Andrea Grambow and Joscha Kirchknopf lets the observer of their pictures immerse into a great, fascinating adventure, into the rough and often stormy world of the sea and the wonders of nature. With their ​​photographs they manage to create a dense, thrilling atmosphere.

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