The hotel is located right near the center, just a few steps away from the main pedestrian street (Holm). The promenade and the port area are also near - within a few minutes of walking.
There is no special parking for guests, but there are many parking areas around, as it is near the bus terminal. There is parking for unloading near the hotel and there are some handicapped parking places too - right near the hotel.
The hotel is situated in an office building. Instead of keys, you get a code to enter your room.
The room (for 2) is a bit small and is very basic. Everything is modern and clean but very minimalistic. Some rooms have bunk beds (room 317), some have a double bed or 2 single beds (room 318). The TV is small and hangs on the wall. There's a small table area attached to the wall, a small chair. The sink is actually outside the bathroom - right near the beds. There's no place to hang towels.
Shower and toilet are separated. The shower entrance is near the sink. The toilet entrance is near the entrance to the room. The light in the toilet turns on according to movement sensors. So if you sit there a bit longer, the light turns off and you have to waive your hands to the sensor in order to get the light back on. The shower cap changes lights according to the temperature of the water, which is nice.
The pillows were too soft. There were no tissue papers. No liquid soap, no shampoo. The room lighting was good and strong.
Free Wi-Fi Intenet was good.
Breakfast costs 6 euros per person and is very basic.
There are no warm dishes except for hard boiled eggs. No ham or sausages. There are spreads, especially several pate's. There's Camembert cheese. Yogurt. There were just apples and no other fruits. There was a coffee machine serving only cafe creme or hot water.
I didn't like the breakfast sitting area at all. Either you sit at a large table for everyone in the middle of the room, or you take one of the high stools (like in a bar) around small high tables near the walls of the room.
All in all - you get what you pay for. If you're a budget traveler, then it's a fine hotel to stop for a night, see the city and then continue to Denmark or other places in Germany.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel information: Hotel built in 1999, Last complete renovation 2012, Number of floors: 3, Total number of rooms: 68, Number of single rooms: 0, Number of double rooms: 68, Bed-and-breakfast hotel , City hotel , family-run hotel , child-friendly hotel , Cycling/biker hotel Style of hotel and ambience:The hotel ibis budget Flensburg City offers 68 functionally furnished rooms that are equipped with queen-size bed, bunk bed, shower/toilet, desk and Sat-TV. In the morning, a breakfast is served (payable). Free W-LAN is available. ... more less
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