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Reviewed 4 December 2016 via mobile

While located just across the river from the city center, the hotel is an easy walk to everything Trier has to offer. Free on street parking is tricky but not impossible to come by. The hotel is immaculate and the triple room was one of the largest we've ever stayed in. Beds were firm but comfortable and the bathroom was roomy with a large shower and plenty of hot water/water pressure. The free breakfast was ample. An all around excellent stay and an amazing value. Would definitely stay here again.

Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
Thank Zosia B
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Reviewed 11 September 2016

We came in a warm september, but the room was always at least ten degrees hotter (F) than outside. There were no amenities in the room like tea kettles. However, it was very clean, not crowded, and breakfast was good.

  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

We stayed here for two nights on our 16 night trip around Europe and this place was not just the best hotel but our favourite dinner as well. The free breakfast was a great touch. The rooms were clean and spacious and provided everything we needed. It is a little bit of a walk into town or from the train when arriving but we love to walk so it worked out well. This place was worth every penny.

Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
1  Thank rubymitch
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Reviewed 13 July 2016

We stayed in this Hotel for our break away in June this year, arriving late at night because of late Eurostar we wondered what we had booked into as the front of the hotel was all shuttered up and dark and we were shown around the back into a dark courtyard , but once in our room all was well , the room was basic but clean & comfortable with a change of towels every day and plenty of hot water, the staff were very friendly and nothing was too much trouble, we ate in the hotel most evenings and the menu, which is a mix of Bulgarian and German was a delicious mix. The Hotel is very well situated for visiting the historic sights of Trier, it's about a 15minute walk across the Moselle into town and every day was spent exploring this town and others that we travelled to by train and bus. We had a wonderful holiday despite the dampish weather.

Room Tip: our room had a balcony which overlooked the courtyard so it was quiet of a night
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank Neil M
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Reviewed 13 May 2016

Serving as the administrative centre of the Western Roman Empire from the beginning of the 4th century, Trier (Augusta Treverorum) lost much of its political importance in the turbulent 5th century when the Roman armies in the North of Gaul succumbed to the invading Frankish warlords. Barbarian leader Arbogast (d. 394), who was in command of Trier’s military defence as “magister militum”, tried hard to maintain Roman cultural traditions in the midst of the political disintegration of Gaul. This can even more be said of his descendant and namesake Arbogast, count of Trier, to whom the reverend Sidonius Apollinaris sent various letters in his impeccable classic Latin from his native Auvergne in the 470s, as a witness of the persistence of Roman culture in Western Europe in the age of Late Antiquity. Today, walking under the Porta Nigra into the streets and places of the town centre, admiring the huge Constantine Basilica, the Roman baths and the old cathedral, vistors will notice that the city on the banks of the Moselle has a distinct character of its own. It can not be considered as a German or French city. Like the Roman Empire, or like Marxism, the ideology named after its famous native closet scholar, Trier has something truly international and borderless. A great place to stay, especially for late arrivers arriving from the sources of Gerolstein or the breweries of Bitburg, or from the famous Moselle-vineyards of Piesport and Bernkastel-Kues.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank Piet_van_Weerst
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