A superb room with mini kitchenette as a welcome addition.Cosy bed.Family run with friendly staff.Highly recommended.
Quality period pension in excellent town location with parking. Room 3 charming with cooking facilities.
I stayed at Pension St. Nikolai for 2 nights. The Pension is located within the old city, very convenient for sightseeing, and only about 10 minutes walk from the station, easy access both for car and train travelers. The room was clean with necessary amenities and had a full kitchen stocked with utensils. A good choice of stay to see the small, quiet but interesting World Heritage city of Quedlinburg. Can't think of any, but It might be even better for non-German-speaking guests if the staffs speak a little more English.
The hotel was clean and the staff were friendly. Having to walk about 50 metres from the hotel car park (to be fair, it was raining very heavily at the time)
a little horrible but a little good
Good location from visiting the town. Very nice roomy room. Restaurant had good food and good prices. Parking available in behind locked gate. No elevator.
Central location (15 minute walk from the train station, 3 minute walk from the unesco World Heritage center/market square, 10 minute walk to the 'schloss'), clean rooms, small but fine breakfast, good service, good quality for not so much money A bit a cold atmosphere (though it claims to be a family run hostel, which should be a plus) in the dinner/breakfast room (the music (radio station) was terrible).
Very close to the martkplatz and walking distance from train station and majors attractions.
Nice, clean room. Helpful staff, Good value for money (and what a nice city)
Location was very near market square, just a two minute walk. Food at restaurant was very good. The towels...I couldn't tell the difference between the hand towel and the floor mat in the bathroom.
Staff very friendly and would vary the menu to your requirements. Accommodation excellent and very comfortable. Good base for steam trips on the Harz Narrow-Gauge Railway from Quedlinburg and Wernigerode.
The cheap hotel with good location, The room needs airconditioning and the entire hotel needs an elevator.
right in the city centre there were flies flying around during breakfast
The hotel is located right on the market square making it easy to explore Quedingburg on foot and return to one's hotel room as needed. The breakfast was very good as well and it was great to have hotel parking nearby,
Location, small hotel, very quiet hotel We stayed at room nr.17. The room is lovely but its very bright. We woke up very early in the morning due to the light coming in and the very poor curtains.
The service was outstanding--courteous, welcoming, very helpful. The room was pleasant and very comfortable; and breakfast was excellent. The location is perfect--right on the pretty market square. For us this hotel lived up to all of its excellent reviews. We liked everything about this hotel. It does not have an elevator, which might make it difficult for anyone who could not negotiate the stairs.
hotel had a lot of character and was in an excellent location. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The hotel restaurant was not open on sunday evening and we were unable to find a restaurant that had english speaking staff or an english menu.
Beautiful room - great location - extremely helpful and accommodating staff - excellent experience No
it has been an amazing experience. we lived in the most beautiful castle of the whole village of quedlinburg. I would definetely recommend this hotel. and althought the decoration was maybe not the best one, but a little too modern, it was perfectly clean and cossy!thanks for an amazing weekend!
size of room, location no lift
The room was comfortable and the view was beautiful. The location of the hotel is close to the centre. Although advertised, there was no internet access. They don't accept all credit cards.
Lovely old building, with no less than three city wall towers in the grounds. Excellent terrace for dining, and above average breakfast. Rear access leads pretty well straight into the main square of Quedlinburg Our room was on the fourth floor and there was no lift! Dinner on the second night was good, but service painfully slow. One other couple abandoned ship after a 45 minute wait between courses. No curtains in the bedroom windows, which were small with stained glass edges. Not good for light sleepers
Very helpful and welcoming staff. Good location close to town centre. Very spacious, clean and comfortable bedroom. It looks a bit run down from the outside. You enter through a side door and are immediately faced with a set of narrow painted stairs which lead to the upper floor bedrooms. Reception is downstairs and round a corner so first impressions were surprise rather than a warm welcome (but staff when we found them were very welcoming).
The view was lovely out of the top floor windows, especially early in the morning when all the fire chimneys were going, it was very Oliver Twist. The town really takes you back several hundred years, very eerie......But definately worth a trip to see the towns achitecture and castle. Quite a historically significant little part of germany in the end. Would suggest Stephen King should visit! As we were the only people staying there, the central heating was not turned on and no fire place lit, so it was quite chilly whilst having dinner in the restaurant area. Mind you a bottle of red soon sorted that out! And yes climbing to the top of the stairs was not great, so we didnt remove our luggage from the boot. Just took upstairs the clothes we needed for the next day and basic bathroom things.
We were travelling across Germany and unfortunately our baby became ill on the morning we were due to arrive. All the staff were very kind and understanding; we could not have asked to stay with nicer people. As for the hotel itself, it was clean, comfortable and very relaxing manor house, standing in lovely grounds just a very short walk from the main square. The terrace has a view over the peaceful rooftops of the town. We certainly hope to return again. There was no lift, but that's to be expected in a building of it's age. Walking up a few stairs wasn't a problem.
The service was excellent, but we were the only people staying there and that felt a bit strange.
Excellent dinner (room service is available) and breakfest; Good location; Kindly stuff (although they cannot speak English fluently, but they did their best to help us for everything); lovely and clean room.
The hotelstaff was very friendly and helpful. The room was large and cosy. The surrounding nature is good for hiking. The beds were not very good. We both had problems with our back after sleeping in them.
The town it was in
Design of the hotel is outstanding, personnel is skilled and very pleasant, breakfast was really good
liked it very much no
good traditional hotel on the main square. Quiet rooms at the back. Free parking.
Cosy hotel, great location, good value for money. Great breakfast. Mainly German tourists which made a pleasant change. Finding the car-park was a bit on a nightmare - the town is beautiful but has a horrific one way system necessary to keep traffic out of the town
good location in center of the town. Nice rooms, which were clean. no
It is a charming hotel on a lovely city square with a beautiful fountain. The room was very clean and comfortable. The bathroom was also very well kept. The city is fascinating. We had a great time. I think it is important to realize that this is an older hotel with no air conditioning, no elevator and lots of uneven flooring and steps. We had older parents with us, and it was difficult for them to manuever up the steps to the first floor (which in Europe is actually the second floor).
restuarant was particularly good. view from window into square also excellent
An interesting town. A good trip out to Thale (easy by train) is recommended. Not much english is spoken but everyone was very helpful. It and the town fully fulfil the article in the Sunday Telegraph of Feb. 14th 2010. Article by Simon Winder "MY Kind of Town".
Despite our lack of German language, staff always made us welcome. The menu in English was appreciated. Food excellent.
The window of the room faced the plaza, it is really nice. The breakfast is good. The restaurant of this hotel is recommended by a book concerning the Harz food. You can order the meal in a smaller size and of course cheaper. The meal is a bit salty for me, but my taste is light.
The room was lovely and comfortable, the food was excellent and the service fantastic, there was a nice beer garden (courtyard really) which was very pleasant and had an automatic cover to shelter you if it rained, it's in a very nice location ideally placed halfway between the centre of Quedlinburg and the train station/road access. Quedlinburg is one of the most beautiful cities I've ever visited. It's also wonderful for access to the Harz Mountains. The only thing which was unfortunate was that we arrived on the climactic night of a rock festival taking place right outside the hotel, so we needed the hotel's fine selection of wines to be able to sleep, but on all the subsequent nights it made us appreciate the peace and quiet even more.
The room was clean, bed comfortable, and wireless internet was available. Breakfast was outstanding. Free parking in back, too. Nonsmoking rooms are available, but smoking is allowed on the premises. While the hotel may be 300+ years old, the rooms inside are completely modern, and hence not old-world charming like we had anticipated in this lovely, half-timbered town. You have to pay for wireless internet, and if you like to read in the evening, the lighting was poor.
Excellent accommodation, copious breakfast, spacious car park. Beautiful old building in the town centre, close to everywhere. Highly recommended.
Good location and lovely beer-garden
Friendly helpful staff, courteous at all times even when we arrived after the restaurant had closed they still prepared us a meal. The weather was very hot during our stay and the room would have benefited from some type of air conditioning or a fan otherwise it was perfect.
Location OK. Breakfasts fine, and room cleanliness very good. Age of building and style excellent. Reception a disaster, no one there. German guests had to help us out with trouble to them and us, had to walk 400 meters for a room key and it was the wrong one ! Asked to pay cash to settle the bill (no prior warning). I expect when I ask my bank to send the money it will cost me extra.
Very good location quiet nice surroundings near the gardens and right next to the Brewery which has excellent food
Location was excellent, close to the castle and close to the market square. Rooms were nice, with old wooden beams in the ceiling. Next-door restaurant/brewery is really nice, old barn-style building with good food and excellent local beer. A little bit of traffic noise from the street, nothing major.
The Hotel am Stadtwall enjoys a very convenient location on Hohe Strasse just around the corner from the famous market square in Quedlinburg. The facilities are safe, clean, modern, and well-maintained. A hearty breakfast welcomes visitors to each new day. The staff is courtesy and professional.
Nice little apartment hotel where everything worked nicely. Nice and clean room, friendly owner (although my Deutsch isn't very good but we got everything managed well), very good value for money.
breakfast, information about the city
The city center is 20 min walk away from the pension. Nice hospitable hosts, good breakfast. A small family enterprise - a cottage with a couple of rooms for the guests. Located in a very quiet area. There was no TV in the room, the Internet access is also very limited. Price is higher that you would expect for this type of pension (probably because it is calculated per person per night, not per room per night).