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Due to a construction site of the city of Ulm at the main station, there is a change in traffic management to the "Deutschhaus" parking garage.Please take the B10 towards Stadtmitte. You will travel through the Zinglerstrasse and you can turn right into the parking garage directly.
The age at the day of arrival is deciding.
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IntercityHotel Ulm is situated right next to the main train station. The city center, which is dominated by Ulm Cathedral boasting the tallest church tower in the world, is only a 12-minute walk away. You can easily reach the exhibition grounds and the zoo, located just 2.5 km away.
Highlights: WiFi (free of charge), sumptuous buffet breakfast, restaurant offering German cuisine and Swabian specialties, Sky sports bar, art rooms exhibiting works by young artists, 3 air-conditioned event rooms for up to 40 people.All of our 135 soundproofed rooms have bright and cozy décor. Flatscreen TV with Sky Sports and Bundesliga channels, corner work area, safe and minibar guarantee you a comfortable stay. FreeCityTicket granting use of local public transport in Ulm at no charge.
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. This enables guests to use all of the local public transport free of charge.
Enjoy a comfortable stay in our completely soundproofed, 18 sqm Business rooms.
Our approx. 18 sqm Business Plus rooms offer tasteful accommodation in a central location.
A photographic art project by Merlin Laumert and Nicolai Rapp.
True to the motto "In Ulm and around Ulm" the artists discover Ulm with an attempt to show the city and its features through an artistic approach. Many motives remain open and allow the observer to discover own stories, feelings – and, thereby, also the city and the region. The focus is not only on the center, but also on the region with its geographical and historical features. The presentation separates the object from its original context and, consequently, shows it being isolated from its environment.