We had taken a Viking cruise up the Danube from Budapest and decided to do an extension in Nuremberg because of all the history. We loved Nuremberg! We found out that Le Méridien Grand Hotel was where the witnesses and attorneys from the trials stayed. The German people were very friendly and the food was wonderful. The city is very clean and we liked walking around in the day as well as the evening. We had read reviews about the hotel and we take them with a grain of salt. The room we had was beautiful and even though it was noisy if you left the window open, it was not when you closed the it . I was amazed at all the hustle and bustle outside and we couldn't hear anything.The staff was very accommodating to our every need. One day we rented a car at the train station and drove to Dachau and getting there was a thrill driving 150 mph because there is no speed limit on the Autobahn. Also, being Americans and not knowing a foreign language, we were concerned that there would be problems communicating but English is a second language for most people. I can't say enough about this beautiful country and her wonderful people. We will be back some day!
Modern hotel, quite well located. All works well, but for me, didn't quite hit the spot on the 'welcoming' fromt. Staeted for sesveral nights, and on arrival found the staff eficient - but not overly freindly. Better folowing a shift change.No bar as such - merely drinks served in a 'lounge area' which didn't worl well if busy (limited area to sit) and when quiet, lack of staff to take orders.
Room was comfortable - but safe located at floor level which is difficult to access without getting on your hands and knees. Room comfortable and very clean.
Limited 'pick up area at front of hotel - parking spur off main road can easily get blocked if there's more than one cab/car collecting at the same time.
Only 5 minutes' walk from Nuremberg Old Town, the NH Nürnberg - City is a 4 star Nuremberg City Center hotel . Nuremberg's …More
You can wheel your luggage easily
from your plane to this hotel. Very
good price and room was excellent.
Our only complaint was the shower.
It was quite difficult to climb in and
out. They should redo them to create walk in showers. We were able to use it but not easily.
The hotel itself is pretty nice. It has some curb appeal and seemed pretty busy. The hotel staff was great and helped out whenever I had questions. They were very accommodating and friendly. It is very close to a train/tram stop, but I walked to the city center. It was about a 20-30 minute walk (I walked pretty slow to look at some of the shops along the street) and the hotel is off of the main road to the city center so its easy to get to even if you're not the best with directions. The room was fine. It didn't look like there was an ac unit, but it had a large fan and heater. Luckily, it wasn't in the hotter temperatures during my stay, so having the windows open throughout the day made the room the perfect temperature for me. However, because it was on a main street, it was pretty loud at night.
I resorted to leaving the bedroom window closed and keeping the bathroom window cracked open with the door slightly open enough to allow the air to flow through. The bathroom probably needed the most work for me because the shower drain didn't drain the water very fast, so cleanliness of the floor was questionable. Other than that, it was a decent sized room for a single person. There weren't a lot of amenities, but had everything in the room that would make a comfortable stay for a night or two.
I loved our stay at Leonardo Hotel in Brugge, so I decided to book again for 3 nights in Nürnberg. The hotel itself exceeded my expectations. I just don't think the staffs here are as accomodating as the ones in Brugge.
Leonardo Hotel Nurnberg is located within walking distance to the historical city centre of Nuremberg- close to business- …More
Thick walls with 80 towers enclose Nuremberg’s old quarter. Kaiserburg Castle, the city’s most famous landmark, dates from the 11th century and was home to Germany’s kings and emperors for 500 years. In the 20th century, Nuremberg was the site of three of Hitler’s biggest rallies, as well as the post-war trials of Nazi leaders. Today, Nuremberg is a major tourism and business destination.