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Hotel recommendation in Nuremberg Germany

We are taking a river cruise that ends in Nuremberg, then flying out the next day. Does anyone have a recommendation on a fun hotel for 1 night?

Thanks!

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You'll get more responses if you post this in the GERMANY country section. You have it posted in the REVIEW section which is meant for you to leave a REVIEW of some place.

Nuremberg is one of our favorite towns - we LOVE Hotel Victoria. It is local owned, in the heart of the OLDE TOWNE and within the WALL. Also, very walkable to the amazing Cathedrals and right next door to the Handiworks area full of local vendors. You can also walk right underground from the hotel and across the street to the train station if you need to. Their amazing breakfast is included. We've stayed there 4 times and have already booked 4 nights for the Xmas Markets in December. It is clean, convenient, great breakfast, close to all you need, the staff is amazing, it has an elevator. You can check it out on Trip Advisor for reviews and photos, but we always book either on their website or many times we just email them and they handle it that way.

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I will also endorse Hotel Victoria. The only thing I would add to the above description is that it is reasonably priced and offers great value for the price.

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We plan to stay at the Adina. We have not stayed at this particular property before, but have stayed at other Adina Apartment Hotels. For us the convenience of a washer/dryer and small kitchen is perfect. All of the advantages of an apartment, but with desk staff is something goes wrong.
https://www.adinahotels.com/en/apartments/nuremberg

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I will be staying at the Privat-Hotel Probst in Nuremburg during my Map trip. It has gotten good reviews here and the prices are very reasonable. Nice location, too.

Well, as someone who has a second home in Nuremberg, I'd say that the immediate neighbourhood is a bit seedy. Nothing dangerous and not as unpleasant as it used to be in former years but still not attractive either. Quite different from the Victoria, which is just 200 meters away. Anyway, the (simple) hotel itself has a good reputation.

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Well, as someone who has a second home in Nuremberg, I'd say that the immediate neighbourhood is a bit seedy. Nothing dangerous and not as unpleasant as it used to be in former years but still not attractive either.

@sla, I found absolutely nothing seedy about this neighborhood. It was convenient to the Bahnhof and I loved the area. It was right across the street from Literaturhaus, where I ate at least once a day; it was near shopping and the major sights (in fact, a bit closer than the Victoria), and as a woman traveling solo here, I never once felt uneasy or anything but perfectly comfortable walking these streets.

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Glad to read you had a good time there. Thank goodness the city council had some success in recent years in trying to push those red light shops out of the street. The "Literaturhaus" is one of those successes. Another one is the beer hall "Bruderherz" diagonally across the street, where you can try a number of beer sorts from small country breweries.
This development also makes survival easier for the small guesthouses like the Probst and the Keiml, which used to be avoided by some tourists because of the "red" environment.