ibis Erfurt Ost

Bed and breakfast hotel in a quiet location

Thanks to its good transport links to the city centre and the motorway and the hotel's facilities, the ibis Hotel Erfurt Ost offers the ideal conditions for those on business and commuters. The building has over 100 rooms, a breakfast room and a bar which is opened around the clock.

Guests may also use the hotel car park free of charge, which has 100 spaces for cars and buses.

Everything required by those on business

Standard rooms with double beds or two single beds constitute the 100 rooms of the hotel. All rooms are non-smoking and are equipped with

desks and WiFi access is provided. A PC with internet connection is available for use in the hotel lobby at no extra charge.

Hot drinks and bar snacks around the clock

Guests staying at the ibis Hotel Erfurt Ost will find a comprehensive breakfast buffet. The breakfast room has space to sit over 60. Hot and cold drinks and snacks are served in the hotel's own bistro and in the bar. 

This service is available to guests around the clock. Guests with an early departure time benefit from the breakfast offered at ibis Hotel Erfurt Ost from 4 am.

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Convenient location on the Erfurt city limits

The hotel is located on the city limits of Thuringia's capital city, Erfurt, one of the ten most dynamic cities in Germany. It is situated in a peaceful location, yet is also close to important business parks. The motorway is only eight kilometres away,

Erfurt main train station and the airport are only four kilometres away. Guests can reach the trade fair grounds within 20 minutes. The neighbouring cities of Gotha and Weimar can be reached in less than 40 minutes by car.

Medieval city centre and baroque fortress

As the largest city in Thuringia, Erfurt also impresses its guests with one of the most well preserved Medieval city centres in the whole of Germany. The hotel is only 10 minutes from the city centre. The Mariendom and the Severikirche sit atop the Domberg overlooking the city. 

The main tourist attractions in the city are: the Augustinian monastery, the neo-gothic Town Hall, the Medieval Krämerbrücke (Krämer Bridge) and the only extensively preserved baroque fortress town in Germany.