First I will say, that we stayed in the Apartments of the Hotel, that are located on Rosenthal 52, 50 meters from the hotel in a different building but it was with breakfast and room cleaning.
We stayed in the apartments for one week(6 nights) for a price of 100 Euro per night. We received a huge apartment of one bedroom, a living room, a kitchen and WC. The Bedroom was a bigest room in the apartment, it included a double bed and a personal bed, a TV, a wardrobe, a desk and an exit to a closed balcony. The best thing in our stay was the beds, comfortable beds that it was hard to wake up. The TV was an old TV, that hardenly worked and had maybe 20 channels, with only CNN that wasn't a german speaking channel. We didn't used the wardrobe for one reason: It was swinging even when empty and we didn't want that it will fall on the beds. Luckely, we had not a lot of things so we could place them in the closet near the door. The balcony was a nice balcony with a table and 4 chairs with a view to the garden of the hotel.
The kitchen was a fully equipped kitchen with 8 big plates, 8 small ones, forks, knifes, glasses, tea cups, a filter coffee maker, a microwave, an oven, cooking stoves, a mini refrigerator and all the equipment you need to make yourself food.
The bathroom was the big problem: An old bathroom, with a strange toilet that flushes the water to a little hole in front of the toilet from a kind of a wall that occupies the most of the place. The bath had a huge problem with hot water. The bath had two water taps, one for hot and one for cold. The cold water was very very cold, maybe 10 degrees max, and there was no pressure of hot water. If you love a bath with a still-hot water, you will have a big problem because you will need to have a bath with water that barely reaches your body even from a distance of 20 cm. If someone will brush his teeth or open the hot water in another tap, then you will have no hot water at all! The hotel will change your towels only if you will throw them to the bath before going away, so be aware.
The living room is an average size room, with a sofa, a dining table and a little closet with shelfs where you could find books in German and some board games.
And now for the breakfast and service: The breakfast starts at 7 AM and ends on 9:30 AM so you must wake up early. The breakfast had a very little choise: Two Omelets, one with ham and one with herbs and sausages. All of these can end even if you will come 40 minutes till the end, that what happened to us and we needed to ask that the workers will personally cook us. Also you can find white bread(no black), a big choise of confitures, some cheese and sausages and a choise between regular cornflackes and Musli. To drink you will find orange juice(again, it will probablly end and you will need to ask for a refill), a big choise of tea and a cofee and hot chocolate makers. Very average breakfast with a very small choise.
The location of the hotel is about 10 min. of walk from the old town with a bus stop 5 min. of walk, near the Beethoven-Halle. There is an irish pub with pool tables across the street from the hotel and it is approximetly 5-10 minutes from the Rhein.
Additional short things that is good to know:
* No Wi-Fi in the appartments, in the hotel rooms there is a Wi-Fi for every floor.
* Towel and bedding changing every day but floor cleaning only once a week.
* The hotel gives you benefits in some restaurants and attractions in Bonn with a map with these places on it.
At all, a very average hotel that for it's price. could be better and with newer furniture and electronics. I can't recommend you to stay in this hotel.
Sorry if my review was to long but I hope that it helped you.
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