7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (Paris time) - Cost of a local call (Available in English)
Call the hotel: +49 521 52800
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get to the hotel
From 29.03.2021 until presumably 26.05.2021 both the street WALDHOF and the underground car park ALTSTADT-CARRÈ will be closed due to construction works. The entrance towards the hotel is only possible from NIEDERWALL. Please follow the signposted detours!
Alternative parking options can be found at https://www.bielefeld.de/parkhaeuser
Subway/ Train stations:
Tram lines 1-4 from main station, exit at stop "Rathaus", than 5-10 minutes walking distance via pedestrian zone.
From Hannover or Dortmund: A2 at AK Bielefeld at A33 via Osnabrück. At the end of A33 to B61/Ostwestfalendamm at Abfahrt B66/Lage/Bi-Mitte.
PADERBORN (60.00 km / 45 min)
HANNOVER (115.00 km / 75 min)
MUNSTER OSNABRÜCK (80.00 km / 60 min).
Discover nearby points of interest
High above the town on the Sparrenberg hill sits imposing Sparrenburg Castle. Its mighty fortifications are located right next to one of the most beautiful ridge walks in Germany, the 156km Hermannsweg.
MUSEUM Kunsthalle Bielefeld
Kunsthalle Bielefeld, designed by New York architect Philip Johnson and opened in 1968 as a museum and exhibition centre for international 20th century art, is a crowd-puller and one of the city’s landmarks. The famous cube-shaped modern building of red sandstone is also part of the architectural route ”Museum & Architektur”. Apart from first-rate temporary exhibitions, the collection of twentieth-century art includes works by Picasso, Sonia and Robert Delaunay, Max Beckmann, Man Ray and others. The public sculpture park nearby was redesigned in 2008 to the original plans.
Ravensberg Spinning Mill
Constructed between 1855 and 1857, the imposing castellated factory buildings of the Ravensberg Spinning Mill became one of the largest flax spinning mills in Europe in the 19th and early 20th centuries, housing up to 20,000 whirring spindles at a time.
The Teutoburg Forest gives Bielefeld’s townscape its unique character. Reaching to 446 metres, this range of hills was made famous by the so-called ”Battle of the Teutoburg Forest” between the Romans and German warriors in the year 9 AD.
ZOO Heimat-Tierpark Olderdissen
This well-loved animal park, established from a fawn nursery run by the town’s forester and opened in 1930, nestles in the attractive landscape of the Teutoburg Forest. More than 450 animals of 100 indigenous species can be observed on 15 hectares, with ponds, meadows and forests. Excellent animal husbandry has facilitated the breeding of rare and endangered species. A favourite destination for all the family, the animal park is free of charge and open all year round, providing a major attraction with its brown bear enclosure.