Hotels in Germany

Germany is famous for many things, including its love for beer, sausages and bread. It’s fame though stretches beyond its delectable delights to the cities it is home to. On this page you will find an overview of the most beautiful German cities. In addition to the sights, you will also find a top-3 with the best hotels per city.

Book cheap hotels in Germany

A wonderful holiday to Germany? It is a wonderful destination. The country is very popular: a natural environment, delicious food and drink, old churches and buildings and a very warm culture. There is a suitable hotel for every budget. There are quite a few budget hotels from €88,00 per accommodation. Are you looking for a little more comfort? Then the prices rise towards €144,00 per night. A holiday in the sun is very pleasant here. Also in winter you can go here excellent. Book your cheap hotel room in Germany easily online. Choose one of the hotel providers and book your accommodation online.

Capital cityBerlin
Average hotel room price€116,00
Official languageGerman
CurrenciesEuro (EUR)
Best time to visitMay, June, September
Land area357021 km2
TimezoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
Flag carrierLufthansa
Central Airport Frankfurt Airport (IATA:FRA)

Before you leave
Are you booking a trip to Germany? Prepare yourself well! The capital city is Berlin. The general means of payment is Euro (EUR). The German time zone is UTC+01:00 (CET). The official language: German. The current population is about 83.369.843 inhabitants. Its total land area is 357021 km2. Information about power and electricity: the electricity is 230 V, 50 Hz and the socket type is C / F. The international access code is +49.

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Special regions for your hotel stay in Germany

Germany has special areas where you can spend time during your holiday. Below you will find a summary of beautiful regions. You can then read additional details and research the different hotel offers. Tip: also inquire about hotel accommodations in Ethiopia and Gambia.

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Details on public transportation in Germany

Germany has a well laid out public transport network. A major airport in this region is Frankfurt Airport. Good transfers are available. The national flight company is Lufthansa. They offer various destinations. Also research the last-minute deal options. Via you will find additional explanations about: tourism, tax, hospital care and passport control.

Typical hotel rates

German hotel prices can be different every day. You can find the average rates in the list below.

Type of overnight stayTariffs
Budget hotel€88,00
Average room€116,00
Exclusive accommodation€144,00
Weekend vacation€348,00
Dining (per person)€36,00
Normal rates for an hotel stay in Germany

Climate & Weather Forecasts July 2024

Germany is a versatile country. Take into account a Temperate oceanic climate. The average temperature here is 9,6 degrees centigrade °C. Keep in mind some cooler temperatures in winter. It is then (on average) about -3,6 degrees Celsius. It is warmer in the summer period. Assume 21,7 degrees Celsius °C. In the schedule below you get an impression of the weather of the coming days.

Top Hotels in major German cities


Berlin is not only the capital of Germany, it’s also the largest city in the country and is famous for the wall that was erected to segregate the east and west of the city from August 1961 until October 1990. Berlin is full of culture and is said to be ‘sexy but poor’. The city is home to lots of interesting restaurants and bars and full to the brim with emerging artists, designers and musicians.

  1. Mercure Hotel & Residenz Berlin Checkpoint Charlie
  2. Novotel Berlin Mitte
  3. Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz


Munich is home to the 16-day famous ‘Oktoberfest’ festival and situated close to the Bavarian Alps in the centre of Europe. Munich is packed full of 80,228 students, spread across 10 different universities. It can also boast a large array of 58 theatres and an opera house. Munich contains a mixture of both traditional and modern architecture, including old churches and palaces. Due to its ties with university culture, it also shows an abundance of nightlife in the form of bars and clubs, which appeals to students and tourists alike.

  1. Hyperion Hotel München
  2. Hilton Garden Inn Munich Messe
  3. Premier Inn Munich Messe hotel


Frankfurt is at the heart of Germany’s financial sector and is a major transportation hub too. Despite being a place where most people tend to go for business trips, it is 2,000 years old and has a vast amount of history. Frankfurt is home to several skyscrapers, the Main River, an opera house, a hub of theatres, museums, a zoo and many bars and clubs. It’s definitely worth a visit if you find yourself on a business trip with a free evening to explore!

  1. Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
  2. Ruby Louise Hotel & Bar
  3. AMERON Frankfurt Neckarvillen Boutique


Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany (after Berlin) and has one of the biggest harbours in Europe. For this reason it is often called “the gateway to the world” by those who live there.. The water brings fish markets galore, and several delicious restaurants along the river front. It also has a famous red light district called the ‘Reeperbahn’, full of seedy bars and brothels.

  1. Hotel Motel One Hamburg-Fleetinsel
  2. PIERDREI Hotel HafenCity Hamburg
  3. CAB20


With Roman origins, the City of Cologne is over 2,000 years old. Although it’s not viewed as the most beautiful city in Germany, it has unique architecture, which displays a wealth of history. Some of its most fascinating attributes are away from the city centre and out in the more residential areas. Cologne is probably most famous for its cathedral, which is a beautiful gothic-style church. It also has a strong Kölsch dialect, which shares its name with a well-known beer, and has a fun nightlife too.

  1. URBAN LOFT Cologne
  2. Ruby Ella Hotel & Bar
  3. Pullman Cologne


Like many areas in Germany, a large proportion of Dresden was bombed during World War II, leaving it in ruins. The city formerly known as the Jewel Box because of its beautiful collection of art and architecture took many years to restore, but it now offers a vast array of intricate buildings, beautiful museums and opera houses, all set within a very charming landscape.

  1. Premier Inn Dresden City Zentrum hotel
  2. Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe
  3. Taschenbergpalais


Leipzig is home to St. Thomas Church, where the famous composer and choir leader Bach once played and is now buried. Leipzig has further ties with classical music including Richard Wagner, who was born there, and Felix Mendelssohn, who established a conservatory there in 1843. It is also home to ‘Wave-Gotik-Treffen’, one of the world’s biggest Goth festivals.

  1. Park Hotel Leipzig
  2. Steigenberger GrandHotel Handelshof
  3. Premier Inn Leipzig City Oper hotel


Heidelberg is full of Gothic streets and is home to the oldest university in Germany. The beautiful Heidelberg castle stands proudly on a hill in the middle of the city, which also boasts a gorgeous old medieval bridge called ‘Alte Brucke’. Interestingly, a Student Jail was built there in the 16th century to keep naughty students from causing havoc on its streets! The main street is full of pubs, restaurants, art galleries and markets.

  1. Heidelberg Marriott Hotel
  2. BS Boutique Hotel Heidelberg
  3. Hotel Europäischer Hof Heidelberg


Düsseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia and one of Germany’s wealthiest cities because of an influx of banking, advertising, fashion and telecommunications firms. It is also rich in architecture and nightlife, which resides in the old town or ‘Altstadt’. The Altstadt is a historical quarter along the river Rhine made up of bars, bars and more bars!

  1. Hilton Dusseldorf
  2. 25hours Hotel Das Tour
  3. Ruby Luna Hotel & Bar

Other places of interest

  • Rugen Island is Germany’s largest island and has been a seaside resort since 1818, making it one of Germany’s most popular holiday spots. It can also boast having two national parks and a castle and is the place Germans like to flood to on a hot day!
  • Lubeck is one of the largest Baltic seaports in Germany and is rich in medieval architecture. It was founded in 1143 and was one of the first German Cities to be bombed and severely damaged in World War II.
  • Neuschwanstein is one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. Set amongst the Bavarian Alps, this castle is said to be the main inspiration behind the elaborate castle drawn in Walt Disney’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’.