Flandrischer Hof3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This is a nice three to four stars hotel in the heart of Cologne very close to neumarkt. Lots of things to do around. The room was nice and simple, moderate size but well kept and maintained. Nice breakfast too.
I stayed there for 1 night. The rooms are ok. Service is very good. If you come by car, the parking is tricky. It is a moderate hotel, in the middle of town. Anything very easy to reach. The staff is very supportive. Wifi works well.
Spent a week here and the place was clean and tidy. It was well located to explore the Christmas markets from and with good access to the tram system. We had to request extra pillows and be warned the cleaners start early so use the do not disturb signs if you are not out before 0830
I booked this hotel several weeks ago online. We have just spent 3 nights there. The room was comfortable and it had a large bathroom. Also, and especially with the weather being very cold was the heating which was even on at night. The breakfast, which was included was very good and probably better than in most I've stayed at. The staff we're friendly and helpful. Our only issue was that our room overlooked a busy main road which, on Saturday night was very noisy due to revellers and service vehicle sirens. So in future I'll just request a quiet room.
With just 15 min walk from dom and centrum or 2 stops at metro with just 1.9 euro per person you find this hotel. I recommend the breakfast. Also there are lots of restuarants and two supermarkets near the hotel. This is my second time in this hotel and I will be back again!
A pleasant enough hotel located a little way outside of the city’s main attractions. Upon arrival check in was pleasant though a bit slow. The hotel had been booked several months in advance of a business meeting with local Cologne based colleagues, even though a disabled room for one of the guests with limited mobility had been requested at the time of booking the room originally allocated was not suitable for access, an alternative room was sought and allocated by the thoughtful receptionist. The hotel isn’t really suitable for those with disabilities as there are steps to toilets, restaurant and public areas. The room we were eventually given was incredibly tiny with space for the bed and not a great deal more. There was no view from our room, we were overlooking an emergency staircase in the rear of the hotel and there was no air com, the room was warm but we could open the window a little. Breakfast was typical cold buffet which was adequate though the cooked food on offer was minimal and not overly enticing, pretty basic. Good coffee was available though and service was helpful and friendly. Adjacent t the breakfast room is a courtyard which would be pleasant on sunny days. WI fi is available throughout the hotel, speed varied but on the whole adequate for business and general use. The TV offers a small number of basic channels in English with a number of German channels, OK for me as I speak German but my partner doesn’t so we were stuck with one or two news channels to entertain us before bedtime. We would stay again but would give more thought to the room required before agreeing to stay.
We recently spent three nights here. Check in was great! The staff were very helpful in all aspects ... from pointing us in the right direction to find a superb restaurant to finding an open pharmacy in the early evening. Our room was small and we've come to expect this when traveling in Europe. It had a queen size bed that was comfortable. We had clean, crisp linen and towels. Housekeeping was impeccable and we had a 'treat' left on our pillow each day. Our room overlooked the 'HOTEL' sign so the blackout curtain and drapes really helped keep out the light. The neighborhood nightlife was loud on Saturday night but the window really blocked out most of the noise. Breakfast was included in our room fee and there was no shortage of items to choose from. The cheesy scrambled eggs and the round meat balls (spicy!) was great to start your day off with! This hotel is close to transportation. It cost us 10 Euro to come from the train station by taxi. It's about a twenty minute walk to the Cologne Cathedral (The Dom). There are ample places to eat nearby and a grocery store for those late night cravings.
The Hotel is in a good position to access by walk nice recreation areas, stations, metro, bus and just 2 km far away from the Rein. Rooms are reasonably clean. The breakfast displays a wide selection and the quality is fair. Just one lift and you have to walk inside back and forth from room side to bar and breakfast side. No fitness room. Reception people fairly friendly and speck English too. The internal car park is really a nightmare to get in and our. So tight that there are bumpers everywhere and you seriously run the risk to scratch your car. In general a fair place (also in relation to the cost) but I deem you can get even equal alternatives.
Not really an option if you have mobility problems, as there are lots of steps and the lift in House 1 can not be accessed from the ground floor. Breakfast is not included in the room price, and is charged at 11 euros. A good breakfast can be got at a nearby bakery for about 5.5 euros. Helpful staff. Map of Cologne available free from reception.
This hotel is not that near to the main sights, but within a 2km walk - the city is very easy to walk around! The room is quite small and not the cleanest place I've stayed in. There's plenty to eat nearby and a funky laundromat with a lounge and drinks down the road, if you've been travelling for a while and need to do a wash! The rooms can get a bit hot, but reception will happily organise a fan for you.
- Steps from Volkstheater Millowitsch
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Laundry facilities
Located in Innenstadt, Flandrischer Hof is adjacent to Volkstheater Millowitsch and within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights like Cologne Cathedral. This 190-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and free newspapers in the lobby. Located in central Cologne, the hotel is also near Wallraf-Richartz-Museum and Romano-Germanic Museum.
Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.
The 190 accommodations feature sitting areas. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Ceiling fans, safes, and phones are other standard amenities.
Renovated in 2014, Flandrischer Hof offers free WiFi in public areas, 3 meeting rooms, and free newspapers. Self parking is offered for EUR 14.00 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a terrace, laundry facilities, and a TV in a common area.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 531 reviews