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Best hotel in Heilbronn in my opinion. I've stayed in several over the past 15 years, but this is by far the best.
Heavy decor with dark woods and deep leathers, typical of mix of german quality workmanship inspired by English interior tradition. Although I...More
The Heilbronn Insel-Hotel is centrally located, yet, due to being on its "own" island, seems almost remote (in a good comfy sense). Parking is free and quite plentiful (the hotel was full but there were still a few parking spots available).
The decor is in...More
I stayed in this hotel for 2 nights for business. had my spouse joined for reason of next trip to Family in France. Booked by Phone for company rate incl. breakfast and free internet. Normally when taking my spouse with me, I only pay for...More
I returned after a gap of quite a few years. This family-owned hotel is even more agreeable than I remember. Very high standards; solidly south German in style; reliable; friendly; well-maintained; very comfortable; with excellent, hearty Schwabian food. As a result, a very relaxing place...More
$137 - $208 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There was AC in our room and I believe all of the people traveling in our group had AC. I do believe in order for the AC to be on you had to have your room card in a slot in the room, preventing the AC from running while you... More
There was AC in our room and I believe all of the people traveling in our group had AC. I do believe in order for the AC to be on you had to have your room card in a slot in the room, preventing the AC from running while you were gone.