Maritim Airport Hotel Hannover4.0 out of 5.0
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This hotel is perfect situated next to the airport, but it is a great place, the rooms are big and clean, comfortable bed, big bathroom with both shower and tub. The service is friendly and helpful so definitely a perfect place when need close to airport.
Simply the BEST place to stay at the Hanover Airport. Shortest walk to the terminal. Great multilingual staff. Nice modern rooms with good wifi, USB plugs and plenty of power outlets. Beautiful atrium and several restaurant choices.
Handy hotel for the airport if you’re on a red-eye flight. Literally 100 yards from the front entrance. Huge and grad foyer. Efficient and courteous staff. Decent, if slightly dated rooms, but comfy and well appointed. Good food and bar.
Although our stay was not a very long one, it was easy to appreciate the comfort and good taste of this hpotel, across the Street from the airport. We had an excelente night rest in an spacious room and then in the morning enjoy a very good breakfast- I would definitely recommend it.
Good hotel a few minutes from arrival hall of airport. Unfortunately no sign inside the airport and you need to guess where to go. Good rooms, imaxing lobby hall, ambient bar with good drinks and bar food. Bar opening until 1 a.m.. Friendly reception staff. Bar staff unfriendly and not very attentive. Excellent place to stay overnight for train connections as train station is 2 minutes from hotel
Another business trip and the Maritim is conveniently located just opposite the main airport building so you can walk (albeit outside across the road) directly to your hotel. Rooms were clean and spacious. Good breakfast selection. There is a small gym although limited equipment (1 x treadmill, 1 x crosstrainer, 1 x bike, 1 x multipurpose cable weight machine) but does have large pool and sauna/steam room
Had a short stay on business in a junior Suite. Slightly dated room but all immaculate and we'll stocked mini bar etc. All in all a very pleasant experience. Staff were great and pricing about right given a large expo was on. I'd have given it 5 star but room smelt of smoke. Apart from that it's perfect.
The saga began at the booking where we could get only superior rooms for astronomical prices... but why on earth did we need to come here exactly on the weekend when there was a flooring exhibition. Upon check in we already needed to pay but the invoice looked odd so I questioned it as it had too many different prices on it. The boss on duty strolled in and without any human feelings on his face he managed to find out after 20 minutes that we've underpaid. Hardly apologised for it but told off several times his colleague front of us then charged us again. But it's all good. We've a superior room after all and it costs. So I'm now very keen to see the famous room and it's also getting close to midnight - yes you're right, why did we fly in so late... In the room a welcoming empty bottle glues to the table and after this I wasn't even keen to look around to see if the room was clean or not. So there we go again. Let's get back to reception and ask if this normal after all I still don't know what a superior room is like. Apparently this is not part of the feature so I'm ending up in a different but still superior room after a brief apology. This room was a connecting room so guess what I was a constant part of the neighbour's life and tv programme but even if this wouldn't have been the case, I could hear everything from the corridor sound and clear... So much about superior soundproofing. Trying to sleep off the excitement of check in, I didn't manage to discover the superiorness of the room. This went all well until housekeeping barged in well before 9am... Yes, it must be my fault - why didn't I put out in the excitement of the night the do not disturb sign... Now that I'm up let's go and see why is this room so special. Well, I'm still trying to find it.... Seemingly the only differences are free usage of bathrobes and slippers plus 2 soft drinks per day from the minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. I even got a letter highlighting these great features of my wonderful superior room. I don't know how the other rooms are but if this was a superior I don't want to know either. In the bathroom both the sink and toilet surfaces were cracked. The cleaner must have had black hair as this was all over the bathroom floor. As toiletries I had a shampoo and a shower gel. No vanity kit or body lotion. And the bathtub. Oh my. I think I managed to flood the entire bathroom. Yes I know, my fault - why did I take a shower in a bathtub. Well the shower head on the wall and shower screen kind of tipped me off. Mistake. The shower screen had a giant gap between the glass and the tub so all the water happily escaped to the bathroom floor and on to the toilet. After my fun with housekeeping in the morning I quit the joy of them but later I tried to ask for tea but the housekeeper couldn't speak any German or English to understand me. So no tea replenishment from her. My colleague tells me her houskeeping experience was fun. They left the bin on the toilet for her, must be the designated location for it and of course some nice hair collection, too. My colleague was not fond of the breakfast buffet, I can comment only on the lunch buffet. Salad was there plenty without any questions but when it came to mains I was surprised to find that there is only one sort of fish and Frankfurters.... And no, the a'la carte restaurant is not open while the brasserie is open so there was no other choice really. We had some free time so let's see what we could do in the hotel. There is a pool, great and it's even free to use. But if you dare to be even more sporty or want to relax more in the sauna, please bare in mind a lovely 5€ surcharge which is not even included in the astronomical price of a superior room. As our flight was leaving early in the afternoon, we had the nerves to ask about late check out. Without even letting us finish the question about how astonishingly late or not we were thinking to over stay our welcome, the answer came flying, sure 10€ per hour because we hadn't paid enough so far... Well, it was maybe just our luck and everybody else has a wonderful time in here but for me definitely not a keeper.
Maritim is a really big hotel that is a waking distance from hannover airport. You just need to cross the road. Their rooms are comfortable and their breakfast is the best. Walking distance to train station and needs 30 minutes to reach HB
Very nice hotel for a night in transit at Hannover. The room was nice and clean although it looks a little vintage 😊 I didn't hear any noise from the airport and slept well! Breakfast was huge and delicious but I think it is a bit expensive (21€)!
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
- Fitness center
Maritim Airport Hotel Hannover places you within 3 miles (5 km) of popular attractions like Langenhagen City Shopping Centre and Pferderennbahn Neue Bult. This 4-star hotel has 527 rooms and welcomes guests with 2 restaurants, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.
Enjoy dining at Restaurant Rotisserie, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
Maritim Airport Hotel Hannover's 527 rooms provide safes, phones, and desks. Guests can expect LED TVs with digital channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
At Maritim Airport Hotel Hannover, guests enjoy features like an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. Self parking is available for EUR 18.00 per day. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 26 meeting rooms, and conference space.
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74.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 634 reviews