The H+ Hotel Hannover is centrally located
The H+ Hotel Hannover is centrally located and is an ideal base for visiting a trade fair in Hanover or exploring the city. As the capital of Lower Saxony, there is plenty to see in Hanover. Whether you’d like to explore the city, have business in Hanover or are planning to visit a trade fair, you should definitely plan to stay in the H+ Hotel Hannover. It is easy to reach by car via the A2 or A7. The city centre is also only a few minutes’ drive away. Alternatively, you can use the extensive public transport network.
The west entrance of the Messe Hannover is only a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. The H+ Hotel Hannover is therefore the first choice for those visiting the trade fair. It offers a shuttle service to the individual trade fair halls. The bedrooms also have air-conditioning and internet access, either DSL or WiFi.
Combine your visit to the Messe Hannover with a trip into the city centre of the Lower Saxony capital. It only takes a few minutes by car. Alternatively, you can take the tram, which also only takes a few minutes to reach the city centre. You can spend a day in the zoo. If you like going to the theatre or opera, the H+ Hotel Hannover is ideally placed, being only a short distance from the city centre. After your visit, you can enjoy the Hanover nightlife. There are numerous restaurants, bars and clubs in the city centre where you can enjoy yourself or relax with a delicious drink. If you have a booked to go to an event in the TUI Arena, booking a room in the H+ Hotel Hannover would also be a good idea, as the arena is easy to reach from the hotel.
In the State Opera House, built in the late Classical style in 1852 by the architect Georg Friedrich Laves, you can see performances of opera, theatre and ballet as well as concerts. It is in the centre of Hanover and is one of the largest theatres in Germany.
With a surface area of just under 30 square kilometres, Steinhude Sea, north-west of Hanover, is the largest inland lake in North-West Germany and is the centre of the nature reserve of the same name. The fantastic water sports on offer make it one of the most popular day trip destinations in the region.
In fact, it isn’t a sea at all, but rather the largest lake in Lower Saxony. This nature reserve and conservation area is the most popular destination for a day trip in the Hanover region. Steinhude Sea is in the west of the Hanover region. You should definitely visit the western or southern banks of the lake.