We had to book last minute, had never been to Heidelberg before, and unfortunately didn't check the reviews, especially coming from a nice hotel in Switzerland. If 'ahospitality' exists as a word then it fits this place, though if you are looking for fawlty towers-type irony…
The hotel has a low price and is located near the central station of the city, but the service leaves much to be desired. During my stay, we ran out of energy, this was very bad. So if you care about good service, see other hotels.
Just down the street from the station. Very convenient. Kaufland Grocery just a few steps farther down the street. Wifi was extremely slow, and tv only had a few basic stations. Towels were frayed. Room was clean. No air con, although we did not need it.
Not much thing to expect from a budget hotel right opposite to the central railway station. Its just 200 meters from the station, rooms are small, not so good breakfast, but if you are for a single or a couple of nights this is enough and more to ask for.
It is a stone throw away from the train station. It takes about 15 minutes to walk to the Old Town but it requires another 10 minutes before reaching the funicular station/the footpath leading up to the castle. My room was small but clean and the breakfast was good. There was…
"Reception is not manned 24x7 and so make sure to carry the keycard."
"Arrive before 10pm or have your booking number handy. Consider nearby Ibis Hotel at a slightly higher cost. Better still, find one of many nicer hotels in the Altstadt area."
"Try for a room at the back, especially if it is warm and you need to open the window. It tends to be a bit noisey at the front."