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The Hotel National is located 5 min walk from downtown Bamberg in a busy street and is easily accessed by car. There is both an underground garage and a street-levet open garage near by. We had booked online and were met by the kind staff...More
Grubby, Grim, and Grimy! That was our experience at this disgusting hotel.
We booked a 3 night stay through Booking. com and chose the option of paying for the room at the end of our stay. Fortunate for us in the event! Had we paid...More
This was my second stay at the Hotel National and happily, it was as good as I remembered. I like the location as it is close to the train station - only a short distance to lug bags - but it's also an easy walk...More
The hotel was perfectly adequate for one night in Bamburg. The location was within walking distance to the city center and old town. The hotel offered private parking at an additional fee. The breakfast buffet for around €9 was very good. The staff was very...More
I stayed in the hotel for one night. Very nice location, just 5 minutes away from the station. And 10 minutes to the city center. Very comfortable room, everything is provided for your comfortable stay here.
Hi Familyfun :) Yes, they offer parking - I think the hotel has an underground parking garage, but we were in a street garage just around the corner from the hotel also appointed by Hotel National. I forget the fee, but it... More
Hi Familyfun :) Yes, they offer parking - I think the hotel has an underground parking garage, but we were in a street garage just around the corner from the hotel also appointed by Hotel National. I forget the fee, but it was very reasonable. I am sure you can either find it on their website or email them for the cost. The parking is locked off during the night and we had no worries leaving our car there.
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"perhaps at the end of a hallway where there is no guest traffic."