Onkel Tom'S Hutte is a top-rated 3-star budget hotel with hiking, a free private parking lot and a free parking lot as well as Onkel Tom's Hutte Hotel Restaurant restaurant, situated nearby. There are 6 cheap options in Gottingen to choose from, like Hotel Schiffer, which is just a 10-minute walk from the city center. To stay in a hostel close to Sankt Paulus, book a room at Youth Hostel 37 with rates from 48US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Gottingen?
Best cheap hotels in Gottingen
Gottingen airports & Subway stations
Visitors arriving late to Gottingen or jetting off early may want to consider spending the night at a hotel close to Goettingen (ZEU-Goettingen Train Station) airport like Leine-Hotel and Nh Goettingen. Ghotel Hotel & Living Gottingen is a stone's throw from Göttingen Central railroad station and offers a sauna and a patio.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If it's your first time visiting Gottingen, you might want to stay in a central location such as Gastehaus Goethe-Institut Gottingen or Boxhotel Gottingen. City Apartments and Fledermaus are good apartments that will place you within a 10-minute walk of the city center. The area of Innenstadt district features an array of hotels, one upscale option is Freigeist Gottingen, which features a sauna, a golf course and hiking.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Gottingen
The 4-star Hotel Novostar is a luxury option just a 25-minute walk from Saint Jacobikirche Gemeindeburo.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
There are 9 B&B options in Gottingen, including Fewo Ostviertel and Campus Apartments. Hotel Rennschuh is a well-equipped business hotel that features free self-parking, a sauna and an indoor swimming pool for those traveling to Gottingen on business. Adesso Hotel Gottingen is an elegant resort hotel set less than a 25-minute walk from Saint Mary.
City Guide: Discover the best of Gottingen
Small and cozy German town Gottingen is very popular among the young people. It’s no wonder, for Gottingen is a home to the Georg-August-Universitat or Georgia Augusta University, founded in 1737. The University graduated prominent people such as German chancellors Otto von Bismarck and Gerhard Schroder. This is the place where the famous protest of Gottingen Seven happened in 1837. The group of seven professors included great Brothers Grimm, Wilhelm Albrecht, Heinrich Ewald, Wilhelm Weber, Georg Gervinus and Friedrich Dahlmann. The town that gave life and education to many well-known people, also boasts its 12 Nobel-prize winners. Gottingen with its great intellects and vivid cultural life is a very attractive place for visitors.
In the town you will find hotels to fit paying abilities of all kinds. Booked.net will help you find the best deals on the hotels in Gottingen. In our vast database find the cheapest hotel in Gottingen or the most luxurious one at the lowest price possible.
You will travel back in time on the streets of Gottingen. Its historical buildings didn’t suffer the bombings of World War II, thus they preserved the original charm. Start your encounter with the town in the old Rathaus built in 1369-1444. Visit the most popular landmark of Gottingen, the statue of the Ganseliesel, which serves as a good luck charm for all Ph.D. graduates. Enjoy the medieval beauty of the half-timbered houses, marvel at the fascinating churches and visit the outstanding botanical gardens, established in 1736. If you want to try Gottingen’s delicacies you’ll be surprised by the variety of the international and local restaurants, pubs and cafes of all kinds.
- The statue of Ganseliesel. After receiving their doctorate from the University, the students have to kiss Goose Girl. As a result, the iron girl with geese considered to be “the most kissed girl” in Germany.
- The Town Hall is an outstanding building with the picturesque interior constructed between 1369 and 1444.
- Marienkirche or St. Mary’s Church used to be the church of the Teutonic Knights. Its marvelous bell tower served as a gate into the Neustadt until Gottingen bought it in 1319.
- Johanniskirche or St. John’s Church, built around 1200, is the oldest church in the town
- An abstraction of the Star of David, constructed in 1973, serves as a Synagogue Memorial. It is located on the site of synagogue destroyed in 1938 during the war.
- Bismarcktower above Gottingen offers a nice view over the city. It was built in 1896 in honor of German chancellor Bismarck.
Thanks to the city’s convenient transport location, you can easily reach other prominent cities of Germany by train. Visit the shopping heaven in Hannover, great harbor city Hamburg, Eisencach with historical Wartburg Castle and an outstanding Castle Wilmenshoehe in Kassel.
No matter where you come from, you will easily fit in the diverse lively society of Gottingen. Spend your vacation in the town with fun staying in the cheapest hotels of Gottingen or the most luxurious ones with the help of Booked.net. Book directly and save money with Booked.net.