TRIP INN City Hotel Hamm in Koblenz is the ideal starting point for your business or private activities: Strolling in the city center, Deutsches Eck on the banks of the Rhine, taking the cable car to Ehrenbreitstein Fortress or a meeting in the new congress center – in just a few minutes you are at your destination!
For breakfast, healthy dairy products and cereals, juices and mineral water, fresh fruit, homemade jam, egg dishes, sausage and cheese specialties, plus crusty rolls and various types of bread as well as a selection of coffee and tea await you.
The individually furnished rooms of our TRIP INN City Hotel Hamm are of course equipped with shower/WC with hairdryer, flat screen TV with satellite TV and telephone as well as free WLAN. In our comfort rooms, our guests also have their own coffee machine at their disposal.
In short: With us you sleep well and at best conditions – directly in the center of Koblenz near the main station.
How to reach the TRIP INN City Hotel Hamm in Koblenz: From the freeways A61 and A3, follow the exits to the A48 at the freeway junction Koblenz (A61) or Dreieck Dernbach (A3). From the intersection “Koblenz-Nord” via the B9 you come to Koblenz from the north. Behind the Europabrücke bridge, keep left and drive onto the Friedrich-Ebert-Ring. At the third traffic light turn right into Hohenzollernstraße. St.-Josef-Straße crosses Hohenzollernstraße at the 5th traffic light, where you turn right again. The Cityhotel Hamm is now on your right. Please use our hotel’s underground parking garage (fee required).
By public transport you can reach our hotel from Koblenz main station in a few minutes on foot. Alternatively, the bus lines 5/15 (bus stop Sachsenstraße) and 650 (bus stop Chlodwigstraße) will take you very close to our hotel.
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Where the Moselle, after its long journey from France and the vineyards, flows into the Rhine, which has come down from the Alps, in the middle of Koblenz, lies one of the most famous viewpoints on the continent, the Deutsches Eck. The triangular square is barely 10 minutes by car from the City Hotel Hamm Koblenz, one of the beautiful Trip Inn hotels. In the middle of the square is enthroned the riding Kaiser Wilhelm, the I on his bronze horse. He, quite unlike his successor Wilhelm II, was quite popular with the Germans. Follow his visionary view of the Moselle and Rhine rivers and you will discover an enchanting landscape. The name of the German Corner comes from the Teutonic Order of Knights, which settled here with a hospital and its administration in 1216. The Deutschherrenhaus stands on Danziger Freiheit at the southern edge of the square and now houses the Ludwig Museum. The house presents mainly French contemporary art, which the Ludwig couple donated to the city.
An imposing testimony to its time is the Electoral Palace in Koblenz, built shortly before the French Revolution. It is magnificently situated on the Rhine with its parks and gardens. Today, a congress center is operated here. The palace has a special connection to the monument to Kaiser Wilhelm at the Deutsches Eck, as he resided here during his time in Koblenz as Prussian crown prince and military governor. The palace, which was destroyed in World War II, was rebuilt in 1951 and offers its conference guests an avant-garde, modern and exclusive Grand Café as well as a terrace garden facing the Rhine. Those visiting the conference center or Koblenz can reach the TRIP INN City Hotel Hamm, which is close to the city center, in just seven minutes by car.
In the oldest church in the city of Koblenz, the Basilica of St. Kastor, in 842 Charlemagne’s grandsons divided his empire into the kingdoms of the Franks, the Burgundians and Italians, and the Germans. The church with its mighty double-towered facade rises to the sky south of the German Corner. In the 12th century, the church was replaced by a magnificent Romanesque basilica, which is still preserved today. St. Kastor is characterized by a magnificent vault that seems to aspire to the stars and is decorated with these very stars. The interior of the church is decorated with beautiful and poignant works of art from many centuries. The Madonna of St. Bridget hanging in the southern nave by a Bohemian artist dates from the 14th century. The listener who can hear the imposing church organs in concert is rewarded with heavenly sounds. Those who stay at the City Hotel Hamm Koblenz of the TRIP INN Group will be rewarded with peace and service.
Koblenz Cable Car
In the middle of the city, experience a spectacular cable car panoramic tour over the waves of the Moselle and Rhine rivers. The cable car connects the Rhine facilities at Konrad-Adenauer with the Ehrenbreitstein fortress high above the city. Whether the adventure takes place in the crisp morning hours, in the afternoon or as the sun sets, the images are etched in the memory. Few cities in the world can be experienced like this. The bottom station is located directly behind the German Corner near the Kastor Church. The cable car unloads the invited passengers at the entrance to Ehrenbreitstein Fortress. In between, however, guests experience an exciting ride through the air with a stunning view over Koblenz. With us from TRIP INN City Hotel Hamm you can buy the tickets for the Koblenz cable car adventure or purchase them in a package with the hotel accommodation.
Every large city has its landmark. In Koblenz, this is the Schängelbrunnen fountain on Hörterplatz, south of Jesuitenplatz on the town hall courtyard in the middle of the old town. The square is lined with magnificent Renaissance and Baroque buildings. The Schlängelbrunnen fountain commemorates the Schängellied by the local poet Josef Cornelius. Fountain and song celebrate the enjoyable and lively Rhenish way of life. When Koblenz belonged to France during the Napoleonic era, many a German-French child was born in Koblenz, often with the name Jean. This became “Schang” and finally “Schängel”. The little boy stands for quick-wittedness, wit and the Rhenish cheerfulness. That is why the bronze figure spits irregularly, but always likes to spit once in a while at the surrounding spectators. If you are affected by this, it is good if you have a room in the TRIP INN City Hotel Hamm, which is only 2 kilometers away, and can freshen up there.
The mighty fortress towers over Koblenz like a monolith at a height of 118 meters. The people of Koblenz have transformed the Prussian military stronghold into a colorful cultural center that is accessible around the clock. The people of Koblenz rightly like to call the view from there intoxicating. The fortress, from which the beautiful old town can be viewed like a toy town, is home to the state museum and other cultural institutions. A time travel through the fortress history tells about less peaceful times. A multimedia production is installed in the fortress cellar. On the fortress tower, the Rhine, Moselle, Koblenz and the UNESCO World Heritage Site Upper Middle Rhine Valley lie at the viewer’s feet. The House of Pleasure introduces visitors to the world of wine and offers wine tastings. In summer, there are festivals and concerts high above the Deutsches Eck. When you come to Koblenz, we at TRIP INN City Hotel Hamm in Koblenz would very much like to be your hosts.
Strolling along the Rhine
Along the left bank of the Rhine, from the promenades of the Konrad Adenauer Ufer south of the Deutsches Eck, past the Electoral Palace to the Kaiserin-Augusta-Anlagen at the Rheinlache Yachthafen, wind the magnificent Koblenz Rhine facilities. The terraces of the palace descend like stairs to the Rhine facilities. The highlight of these Rhine gardens, which can be experienced on foot or by bicycle, are the Kaiserin-Augusta-Anlagen, which were created by the Berlin landscape architect Lennè in the style of an English landscape garden on behalf of the later Empress Augusta. A monument to the empress was later erected in the grounds. Largely destroyed during the war, the grounds have been redesigned again and again, most recently during the 2011 Federal Garden Show. Contemporary art, including the sculpture “Affection” created by Luxembourg sculptor Lucien Wercollier, has also found its way into the park near the palace. The sculpture stands for the united Europe. Next to the monument to the journalist and revolutionary fighter Görres, a mammoth building rises high into the sky.
South of the city, opposite the mouth of the Lahn into the Rhine, Stolzenfels Castle resides high on a hill like a crown, like an enchanted treasure. The castle has been admired by many a lover of Rhine Romanticism and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Upper Rhine Valley. A few years ago, the castle was the location for the film “Rheingold”. Stolzenfels was built in the heyday of Romanticism in the 19th century on the walls of a 13th century ruin by the famous Berlin architect Schinkel. This was done by order of the Prussian crown prince Friedrich Wilhelm. The ruins had been donated by the people of Koblenz to the crown prince, who was a fan of romanticism and castles. The rooms from the 19th century can be visited. From the parking lot, the path leads through a magnificent landscape park designed by the great garden architect Lenné to the castle, which, with its park, landscape and buildings, creates a unique synthesis of the arts.