I have used Radisson Blu hotels in a number of places and they have been good places to stay. The Radisson Blu in Erfurt is not one of those!
If arriving by train it takes about 12 minutes to reach the hotel, but you would need a map to make sure you located it. Parking is available for people arriving by car.
There were several problems with this hotel. It has 17 floors and only three lifts, one of which was out of service for refurbishment, one was in use intermittently, leaving just one working lift. Waiting times at peak times were lengthy and there was no obvious way to use the stairs. There were doors for use in emergency but they were alarmed so I didn't try to use them.
My room on the fifth floor was small and very basic. It was quiet and warm despite very low temperatures outside. Breakfast was good, with a wide range of food which was of food quality.
I was part of a large group staying at the hotel and had no part in choosing it. If I was staying at the hotel on my own I would have been very disappointed. The general ambiance of the hotel left much to be desired.More
- Free Wifi