The Schiefes Haus is a well-known tourist stop in Ulm and I stayed there for 3 nights while in town on business. As the name implies, it is "crooked" or tilted since the back part of the old building has sunk down a bit in the small canal that runs literally right under the small building. All the floors tilt to the back and the them of the small hotel is crooked. Everything, furniture, the silverware at breakfast, the placement of things is, well, crooked on purpose. Staying there is somewhat like staying at your old camp from 5th grade except with a really nice bathroom. It is full of old wood beams, very low ceilings, old stairs and exposed wood walls. It has amenities like a nice flat screen TV, wifi, a minibar and nice modern baths. Beds are very low to the ground and getting our of bed in the morning and stepping on the tilted floor requires some getting used too. Breakfast is average and the staff were adequate. This "hotel" is essentially a bed and breakfast in a nice location. The Danube is a 2 minute walk behind the hotel and the Minster is a 5 minute walk. Very nice cafes and restaurants are an easy walk as well. If you embrace the quirky them, you will like it. If you want a business hotel with more conveniences, stay away.