Rooms for couples, families and those alone
142 double rooms are available in the hotel in the categories: Standard, Business and Junior Suite. This includes two rooms with wheelchair-access
and five family rooms - two of which are connected via a connecting door. All rooms are equipped with WiFi access, a flat screen TV and Sky Pay TV.
International dishes at Restaurant 1949
Alongside a generous breakfast buffet, the Mercure Bonn Hardtberg Hotel serves hearty dishes, snacks and drinks in the restaurant and at the bar: Restaurant 1949 and the adjoining terrace offer space to seat 120 people. The restaurant specialises in international cuisine.
Guests can order drinks and light snacks from the morning, throughout the day and well into the evening at the Wasserwerk Bar. The outdoor pool and terrace are open in the summer months, where guests can also order drinks and snacks
Over 300 square metres of event space
Eight conference rooms are available, covering a total floor space of 480 square metres. Four of the rooms can be combined flexibly with one another: Individually these offer between 75 and 110 square metres for between 50 and 80 persons.
Joined together they offer a large, 335 square metres conference room with space for up to 250 persons. The entire conference area is at ground level, is naturally lit and is equipped with WiFi access and the latest technology.
Quiet location with fast links to Cologne
The Mercure Bonn Hardtberg Hotel is at a quiet location on the Hardthöhe in Bonn, the majority of which is property of the German Federal Ministry of Defence. Hartberg is the smallest district of Bonn, named after the mountain in the west of the city.
The inner city is a 10 minute drive away, and thanks to the direct connection to the A565 and A59 motorways, Cologne/Bonn CGN Airport and the Cologne/Deutz trade fair grounds can be reached in 30 minutes.
Discover Bonn culture and history
The former German capital city and place of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth, Bonn, has much to offer: Not far from the hotel, guests will find the Hardtberg Town Hall, Medinghoven Castle, the Castle Chapel of St. Peter, which dates back to the
Carolingian period and the Kurfürstenquelle (Elector's Spring). The Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (House of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany), "Museum Mile" and Beethoven's birth house can all be reached within 20 minutes by car.