Looking for a place to stay in Ludwigshafen? Then look no further than MOXY Ludwigshafen, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Ludwigshafen to your doorstep.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
MOXY Ludwigshafen features a 24 hour front desk, express check-in and check-out, and a coffee shop. In addition, as a valued MOXY Ludwigshafen guest, you can enjoy breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to secured parking.
If you’re looking for a French restaurant, consider a visit to Atable, which is not far from MOXY Ludwigshafen.
Best of all, MOXY Ludwigshafen makes it easy to experience some great Ludwigshafen attractions like Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, which is a popular art museum.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at MOXY Ludwigshafen as you experience everything Ludwigshafen has to offer.
It was quite exciting to discover one of the newest hotels in the industrial area of Ludwigshafen. trip. Way better than some of the really old hotels in the area. Room is very basic. No closet? Bathroom very small. Bedding had room to improve. Tiny office desk. 15 minutes to figure out wifi and similat for the tv. Airco still makes noise even if you switch it off. So the room is the reason why I rate this hotel 3*. I really like the main place of the hotel which perfectly combines bar, reception, breakfast and invites to go to the Rheingallery.
It's been a while since I've given anything less than a 3 star. To start off on a positive note, the front office staff and wait staff are really friendly. The Marriott chain, however, just made it to the lowest position on my preference list. This hotel caters to young people who are in town for 1 or 2 nights. Not business travelers who are here for two weeks and have certain expectations of a hotel. There is no closet or space to put folded clothes, so you literally live out of a suitcase or somewhat camp. My expectations are not very high in terms of room size in Germany, these are typical size. My standards for cleanliness are pretty high though, no matter the country I visit and I've stayed in cleaner 1 star hotels than this pit...after a week in the hotel, I started to suspect my counters were not being wiped down and my floors were not being cleaned, so I did a little experiment over the weekend. I strategically moved my cosmetics, repacked my case and ensured there was nothing in the way for the maid. Sure enough, the makeup stains on my bathroom counter were still present, the muck on the bathroom floor from my shoes was still there, and all the small particles brought in by my shoes from the outside world were still on the carpet. My empty wine bottles (2) from the previous week have been sitting next to the trash for days (no pfand for wine bottles, no reason for the maid to leave them except laziness). Who knows if the room has ever been cleaned properly as when I wiped the glass bedside table down after spilling some water, all kinds of dust came up. I'm honestly not even sure my bed has been changed as fuzz from a sweater I arrived in are still inside. And, as I write this in the middle of the night, I woke up to find to my horror the bottom sheet had slipped up for the second time and I was sleeping on the exposed mattress! I tend to not reposition myself too much at night so this sheet creep is purely from over time loosening up. I've now had to remake my bed in the middle of the night 2x because of sheet creep. To be perfectly brutal here, I find it disgusting that I woke up on an exposed mattress with no mattress cover that hundreds of others have slept on before me. This has NEVER happened in my 10 years of businees travel. All in all, avoid this place even if it is for one or two nights. Stay across the river at the Intercity, it only adds 7 min to the commute and they at least are particular about cleanliness and comfort of their customers. …
Your GPS will find this hotel for you, but not a place to park. Driving to it is not easy. If you come from the north like I did, you will have to make an illegal U turn to get onto the side street that is adjacent to the hotel to avoid a very long detour. They have 8 parking spots in front of the building, and other wise you need to drive into the Rhein Gallery Shopping Center's Parking which is adjacent to the hotel. The hotel will validate your parking ticket so an overnight will only cost you 10.00 Euro. Entering this hotel for the first time is an Experience! There is no real Registration Desk, per se, at least not one that is obvious, because it is integrated into the bar. The "Lobby Area/Registration Area/Breakfast Area/Business Center/Bar is essentially one large room on the ground floor without walls, and with large ceiling to floor glass windows overlooking the Plaza between the hotel and the Rhein Gallery. It's interesting to say the least - functional, and actually rather simple after looking around. The rooms are quite small and offer some basics. There is no closet, only 3 pegs on the wall to hang things, no safe in which to store valuables, no chair in which to relax or watch TV, no Water or coffee machine or minibar. The bed was OK, sheets as tight as a mummy case, but not Marriott quality. My room was no smoking, and also had AC that you could adjust yourself which is nice. After 30 minutes trying to get the TV out of its welcome mode I took the remote downstairs (there is no phone in the room either) for an exchange. I believe the batteries must have been empty as not a single button worked. With a new remote I was able to experiment with the TV. It appearently does a lot, but for an oldie like me there were not any instructions so I had to experiment for quite a while to get it to work. The room did have Free WiFi but you have to use the code on the back of your room key in order to log in. The bathroom, or rather the shower room, is tiny. You need to get in and shut the door to be able to use all of the space. Breakfast was OK. No scrambled eggs and bacon, but otherwise there was an assortment of normal breakfast items in their buffet that should keep most anyone happy. This is a good hotel for an business overnight. Easy to get in and out, and once you know the traffic pattern outside, that works too. It would not be a hotel where I would spend a holiday or bring my family because the rooms are too small and there is too little furniture. But clean and tidy it was.…
It was my first moxy I liked to the atmosphere The lobby is modern and stylish The room is basic and a bit small The bedding is not the MARRIOTT bedding for sure. It is very basic. Rooms are new but not super well maintained with some unpleasant stains above the bed and yet deteriorated walls
Love the idea and the staff are great. The rooms are tiny and the bathroom even smaller. But yhe hotel is on the Rhine so good views from most rooms. I would stay again for work but not a holiday. Food is ok and the drinks are very expensive you are better off having a drink around the corner.