Spacious, quiet rooms
The Best Western Hotel Peine-Salzgitter has 72 single und 26 double rooms in the categories standard and comfort. All feature soundproof windows, queen-size beds, WiFi, satellite TV and Sky free TV.
Rooms in the comfort category have air conditioning. Single and double rooms vary in size from 20 to 22 square metres, and some have interconnecting doors.
Regional and international cuisine
Regional and international cuisine - including pasta, Wiener Schnitzel and seasonal delicacies, such as chanterelles and asparagus - awaits guests in the hotel's in-house restaurant. From May to October, food and beverages are also served on
the adjoining summer terrace, which seats a further 30 diners. Guests are welcome to while away the time over light refreshments or a drink in the hotel bar, and on each first Sunday in the month, they are treated to a lavish hot and cold brunch.
Flexible conference rooms with terrace access
The two conference rooms, suitable for presentations and conferences, can accommodate numbers up to 50. Situated on the ground floor, the conference rooms provide flexible layout options and can be partitioned off by means of a dividing wall.
They are fitted with modern conference equipment and provide direct access to the summer terrace, where on warm days a light refreshment buffet can be set up for the coffee break. The restaurant can also be hired for events and festive occasions.
Excellent transport links within Lower Saxony
Peine, in Lower Saxony, lies amid the towns of Wolfsburg, Braunschweig, Hildesheim and Hanover. From Best Western Hotel Peine-Salzgitter in the district of Stederdorf, it takes just 13 minutes to reach Peine railway station by public transport;
the bus stop Pirolstraße is located only 400 meters away from the hotel. There are good transport links to the A2 motorway, and the exhibition centres in Hanover and Braunschweig are 40 and 30 kilometres away respectively.
Spoiled for choice between mountains and heathland
Situated between the mountainous Harz region and Lüneburg's heathland, Peine is an ideal base for trips to the countryside. There are numerous places of interest in the mediaeval town, including the beautifully restored St.-Jakobi-Kirche, the castle
gardens and the market square featuring the town hall, all of which are accessible by public transport in 14 minutes. The chocolate museum Rausch, which provides a fascinating insight into the manufacture of chocolate, is within walking distance.