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Just 450 m away from the main train station is the IntercityHotel Mainz. Explore the old town district on foot, visit the many attractions such as the cathedral (approx. 17 minutes) and the Gutenberg Museum (approx. 19 minutes), or take a stroll along the Rhine promenade (around 18 minutes)!
Highlights: WiFi (free of charge), varied buffer breakfast, restaurant offering national and international cuisine, Sky sports bar, extensive panoramic views, 8 modern event rooms for up to 180 people.Despite its proximity to the train station, you can enjoy a peaceful night's sleep in any of our 194 soundproofed rooms and apartments. All rooms feature air conditioning, minibar, safe and a flatscreen TV with Sky Sports and Bundesliga channels! FreeCityTicket granting use of local public transport in Mainz and Wiesbaden at no charge.
„Nice hotel strategically located“
Review by Tom T
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Review by lloydebiermann
Review by Lex L
„Clean and functional, BUT you need to factor the cost of wifi speed upgrade into room price“
Review by finnandjake
„Good for traveler being very close to Mainz station“
Review by Ranjan_Advises
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Our tastefully designed standard rooms feature a modern bathroom with underfloor heating.
Our stylishly furnished Business rooms are located on the upper floors and offer magnificent views of Mainz. All Business rooms are non-smoking rooms.
A photographic art project by Nikola Kerstin Fahlbusch.
Mainz and the surrounding landscape are dominated by three major themes: The Rhine, the wine and the economy. This steady flow which sustainably shapes the image of the city has been taken over by the artist in the concept of her photo collection. Through the panoramas the artist creates an exciting game with perception: Although, from a distance, the observer believes to recognize the impression of a landscape, it becomes obvious at a closer glance that there is no "coherent Panorama", but only single fragments of the respective regions. To fit the actual colour scheme of the hotel, the photographs are all in black and white.