The H+ Hotel Bremen is located in the centre of the Hanseatic city.
The bank of the River Weser and Bremen Cathedral are within walking distance, and you have easy access to the international port. Our H+ Hotel Bremen in the Hanseatic city of Bremen offers you a very central location. It is an ideal base for discovering the city or continuing your journey the next day on one of the ferries. Our hotel has a 4-star rating. Our comfortable rooms are equipped with WLAN. Our hotel is easily accessible from Bremen airport, the motorway and Bremen’s main railway station. If you are arriving by car, ample parking is available in front of our hotel. You can reach Bremen city centre on foot. Our hotel is situated directly on the bank of the River Weser and close to Bremen Cathedral. The walk from the hotel is approximately three minutes.
You can discover Bremen from the hotel
After an overnight stay at our H+ Hotel Bremen and a copious breakfast buffet, you can start your sightseeing tour of the Hanseatic city. You could begin with a walk along the bank of the River Weser and a visit to the cathedral. Bremen is located right by the North Sea and has an international port. You can watch the arrival and departure of the ferries and take a trip round the harbour. Various restaurants offer specialities from the sea and good wines.
If you are interested in history, be sure to pay a visit to the Übersee-Museum. The Kunsthalle Bremen art museum also offers plenty to see. Thanks to the advantageous location of our hotel right in the centre of the Hanseatic city, you do not need a car to get to know the city. Why not round off the evening in one of the many restaurants and bars?
Bremen’s Cathedral of St. Peter is the oldest church in the Hanseatic city and was built with two towers in late Gothic style. The south tower, which can be climbed and has a viewing platform, is a popular destination among visitors to the city.
The Kunsthalle Bremen, one of Germany’s most important art museums, displays renowned collections from the 14th to the 21st century and includes a famous print room. The building, which is under a preservation order, is located on Bremen’s cultural mile in the Old Town.
Getting to know Bremen’s surrounding area
If you would also like to discover Bremen’s surrounding area in more detail, be sure to make an excursion to the North Sea towns of Bremerhaven, Wilhelmshaven and Cuxhaven. The unspoilt landscape of the Lüneburg Heath stretches out to the south of the Hanseatic city. A visit to the university city of Oldenburg is worthwhile; so too is a trip to the deep-sea island of Heligoland, which you can make from the port of the Hanseatic city of Bremen. Around the Hanseatic city, you will find a unique unspoilt landscape that extends far inland. Take some time to discover this special part of Germany situated high in the north of the federal state of Lower Saxony.