A small hotel within a group of three in Bremen. The hotel occupies an attractive early twentieth century villa overlooking (as the name implies) the River Weser. Although somewhat out of the centre of the beautiful town, a walk of no more than ten minutes will get you there (turn right out of the hotel; walk straight on). We occupied two large and traditonally furnished rooms on the first floor. Breakfast in the ground floor dining room followed the usual German pattern.
Two tips about arriving at the hotel:
(i) If arriving in Bremen by train, use the tramway to complete your journey. Before boarding, buy your tram tickets from a tobacconist or newspaper stall or from the office of the local transport undertaking (there's one of these at the main railway station). From the station, take tram route 10 (direction Sebaldsbruck) four stops (to the Sielwall stop). After alighting, walk back to the traffic lights,turn left into Seilwall and continue about 500 metres to the end of the road. At the end, turn right into Osterdeich: the hotel is the second building along on your right.
(ii) If you arrive when the hotel is unstaffed, a notice on the front door will direct you to use the house telephone to contact the group's central reception desk. Once your reservation has been verified, you will be given the combination to a safe from which you can take your room keys (which also double as keys to the hotel's front door). Although a bit unusual, the arrangement proved perfectly satisfactory for us.
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