If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Trier, look no further than Hotel Zur Post.
While staying at Hotel Zur Post, visitors can check out Fernmeldeturm Petrisberg (2.6 mi) and St. Paulin-Kirche (2.7 mi), some of Trier's top attractions.
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Hotel Zur Post, including a sun terrace, express check-in and check-out, and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Trier, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Zur Post, including Casa Verde Restaurant (0.3 mi), Da Fredo (0.0 mi), and Il Muretto (0.6 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Trier, check out a castle, such as Kastilport Castle Tower.
The staff at Hotel Zur Post looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The room was OK even if the July heat made the abscense of AC obvious . The bathroom was bigger than the actual room ond was refurbished recently. Awkward / funny hotel layout with stairs up and down.Restaurant / Pizzeria in house with decent food . Godd breakfast but as usual not the strongest coffee. Free car park across the street.
We stayed there for one night and it was a good experience. The room was quiet, and very clean. The decoration of the room is a bit old style and could be renovated but everything was perfectly arranged. The towels could be bigger, I had the impression they are smaller as usual hotel towers. They have free wi-fi, the connection was ok. The breakfast was super and for a good price. Definitely a plus service. Also the staff was friendly and helpful. I recommend it.
Small, privately run operation on the edge of Trier. The hosts were receptive and do a good job of keeping the hotel clean. The room was typical of what you'd find in most European hotels, small but functional. Wifi was pretty decent given the age of the building. Breakfast is well worth it (8 EUR at the time of my stay) as there is a wide variety and staff are good at keeping it all well stocked. Seating is roomy and plentiful too. The following aren't necessarily criticisms, rather things to be aware of. First, parking can be tricky as there's limited space out front and it's really only small-car-friendly. If you get a room at the front of the hotel, expect to hear passing traffic. Although the windows are modern and new, the lack of air conditioning will compel you to open them, thereby letting the noise in. Luckily, it rained during our stay and the temperatures cooled off significantly. Even with them closed, the noise will creep in if you're a light sleeper; it seems to be a busy road. Our room came with two single beds, but they were locked in a double frame so it really didn't matter if it was one mattress or two. Consider asking if the beds can be separated if that's a requirement for you. I'm sure this last bit was an anomaly but the day we arrived, they were over-booked. Fortunately for us, we didn't get bumped because we weren't the last to check in. I'm pretty sure, however, someone got ushered to the hotel next door that night. Our reservation had been booked online months prior. Consider confirming with the hotel ahead of your arrival, if you can. Not a bad place by any stretch but the lack of air conditioning (personally) would have me searching elsewhere if there's a next time. That said, the affordability and out-of-town location were bonuses for us.…
Our group of three stayed one night. Unfortunately, this was during some hot weather and the lack of AC significantly detracted from what would have made it a great stop over. As were were driving, the distance from the city centre was no issue -- in fact, from the hotel, it is a straight shot to the Porta Nigra. There is free public parking near the hotel, and, if you are lucky, you can park right across from the front door. The hotel is located on a busy road. However, the sound insulation is spectacular -- with the windows closed, one hears nothing even in a room in the front of the building. But, the heat required us to open the windows and the traffic was loud till around midnight. The room was quite spacious and the three of us could accommodate ourselves in comfort. Very clean and a modern, spacious bathroom -- nothing to complain about but the pillows which, while looking fluffy, squished down to nothing once one put one's head down! (We just rolled up the duvets and used them as pillows as we had no use for them in the heat.) The manager/owner is very pleasant and extremely helpful. He takes good care of you and makes sure that your parking is legal! He is also very helpful about restaurants, etc., though we ended up dining at the main square. We did not take breakfast at the hotel. Apart from the issue of the AC, I would say that this a very good privately owned establishment to stay in. Older building, but updated, with all modern conveniences but for the AC. It was a restaurant, but it was closed on the night we stayed. In any case, we would have eaten at the city centre as we went out to see the sights in the evening.…
A quaint old city inn called Zur Post looks like something from the turn of the century about one hundred years ago. It displays antiques in the hallways and features a grand carpeted staircase. One can imagine Edwardians staying here and writing to their friends back in England and America about their travels to Trier in Germany to see the Roman ruins. The small hotel offers a restaurant open only for dinner offering late night dining until about midnight. In the morning there was a separate breakfast room. It is close to the French border in Luxembourg. You begin to see French words and dishes such as baguettes. Since it is so old there is no room for parking your car except on the other side of a busy street.