Stay close by and experience more
would like to welcome you to the neighbourhood, to the International
Trade Fair grounds in Hanover, to the TUI Arena and to the former
All of the important venues and sights in the state capital of Lower Saxony can easily be reached by using local public transport.
Travel here and get away from it all
overnight in our comfortably furnished and air-conditioned rooms and
suites in the 4-star superior category.
All of the rooms are elegantly furnished with a bath/shower, WC, hair dryer, telephone, minibar, trouser press, satellite TV, desk, sofa and utensils for making coffee and tea, and also provide internet access via WLAN inclusive.
In the in-house fitness area with an indoor swimming pool
and fitness room with different types of training equipment you can
have a sporting start or end to the day.
A small sauna area with a sauna and steam bath as well our whirlpool complete the range of leisure facilities on offer so that you can relax in a healthy and pleasant way afterwards.
Overall review by hotel guests of the H4 Hotel Hannover Messe
Trade Fair and Expo Grounds, Hanover
The trade fair grounds in Hanover can be reached on foot from the hotel. With 26 exhibition halls, it is one of the largest of its kind in the world. In addition to the CeBIT computer expo, which is hosted annually, the Hanover Trade Fair is one of the most important exhibition events in Germany. Well worth a visit is the Park of the Senses, which came into being during Expo 2000. You can test your five senses there, including on the barefoot trail or by using the earpiece.
A beastly good experience
Adventure Zoo in Hanover is one of the most popular zoos in Europe.
It takes its visitors along on a world trip and presents seven unique
animal living environments in a spectacular way.
The Great Garden, the Mountain Garden and the Guelph Garden make up the wonderful ensemble of the Herrenhausen Gardens in Hanover. They combine great baroque garden art with the simple style of English landscape gardens. The annual International Firework Competition is a breathtaking spectacle for young and old alike.» More attractions
When the Hanover Kings also occupied the English throne, King George V had the fairytale castle built in the neo-gothic style for his wife, Queen Marie. Today visitors can view parts of the summer residence of the House of Guelph.» Discover Hanover
The New Town Hall
From the outside it almost looks like a castle, but very plain civic tasks are fulfilled in this building. Built in 1913, the splendid Wilhelmine structure is one of the landmarks in the state capital of Lower Saxony. The view from the dome of the town hall is impressive.
The largest inland waterway in the Hanover region is a natural park with marshes, meadows and gently sloping hills. Numerous picturesque places in this holiday and bird paradise are ideal for outings and walks.» More Highlights