Rooms with a kitchenette
56 single rooms and 106 double rooms constitute the 162 rooms of the Best Western Hotel Mannheim City, which are divided into the categories Standard, Superior and Deluxe. The rooms range in size between 18 square metres and 30 square metres.
All rooms are equipped with a desk, and sound-proofed windows, most of them in addition with a kitchenette. The rooms are bookable as either smoking or non-smoking rooms. Additional beds are available for a fee of 15 €. Pets are welcome at our hotel (fee: € 9/night).
Restaurant with inner courtyard terrace
In the restaurant of the Best Western Hotel Mannheim City, the team serves a breakfast buffet every morning and am à la carte menu in the evening. The restaurant has space to seat 80 and focusses on regional cuisine.
The courtyard terrace which is connected to the restaurant is open in the summer months. Guests can enjoy light snacks and a selection of hot and cold beverages at the bar in the evening.
Due to the current situation, the restaurant remains closed until further notice. Thank you for your understanding!
Centrally located with good transport links
In the heart of Mannheim, an important business and university city between Frankfurt am Main and Stuttgart, lies the Best Western Hotel Mannheim City. Year upon year, the city continues to attract more and more business travellers, students and tourists.
The main train station is a five-minute drive from the hotel, Mannheim City Airport MHG is around 15 minutes away, and guests require a maximum of one and a half hours to Stuttgart Airport STR or Franfurt am Main Airport FRA. Park your car at our on-site underground parking garage for a fee of € 10/day.
Culture in the city and surrounding vineyards
There are numerous attractions and museums located in the vicinity of the hotel: These include the baroque palace of Mannheim, one of the largest residential palaces in the world, the arsenal and the Museum of World Cultures. The university
is less than a five-minute walk from the hotel. The surrounding area is ideal for nature enthusiasts: One of the oldest tourist routes, the German Wine Route, winds its way here through the vineyards of the Rhine-Neckar region.