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Hotel Hildesheim (Visit hotel site)

Available year-round on request

In Hildesheim, the secret cultural capital of Lower Saxony, such UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites as the Cathedral and the 1000-year-old St. Michael’s Church, the historical market square and the picturesque half-timbered houses in the narrow streets are just waiting to be discovered.

  • 2 x overnight stay including breakfast buffet,
    use of swimming pool, sauna and fitness room
  • 3-course meal (with choices)
  • tickets to the Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum and the Hildesheim Civic Museum in the Butchers’ Guildhall

Roemer- and Pelizaeus-Museum
The aim of the men who founded the Roemer- und-Pelizaeus-Museum was to present and communicate knowledge about how the world began, about old, mysterious cultures and about native peoples in far-away places. What they created is one of the most renowned museums in northern Germany today. It is famous world-wide, first and foremost, perhaps, for its collection of Ancient Egyptian treasures: many unique exhibits tell the story of Egypt’s history from the beginnings to the Christian Middle Ages. Different types of presentation, modern light installations and new media transform these outstanding objects in Hildesheim, some of which are one-of-a-kind, into dramatic witnesses of this impressive ancient civilization. Other exhibitions take visitors on an exciting journey back in time to the beginnings of life on Earth and the development of mankind or to the fascinating cultures of Central America and Asia. 
Phone: +49 (0)5121 – 93690,
Opening hours: Tues. to Sun. 10 am to 6 pm

Civic Museum in the Butchers’ Guildhall (Stadtmuseum)
Experience the history and stories about the city of Hildesheim in the Civic Museum in the Butchers’ Guildhall: the imposing half-timbered building on the historical market square takes visitors on a widely diversified trip back in time on five floors. Such impressive objects as the precious replicas of the “Hildesheim Silver Find” dating from the time of the Romans or the magnificent silver tableware of Prince-Bishop Friedrich Wilhelm of Westphalia from the 18th century are displayed along with objects that provide insight into how the people worked and lived in the city over the years. Discover the many different facets that make up the city of Hildesheim from prehistoric times and its early history right on up until the present!
Phone: +49 (0)5121 – 2993685,
Opening hours: Tues. to Sun. 10 am to 6 pm

From € 167 per person in a double room
From € 207 per person in a single room

Surcharge for the Deluxe category € 10
Surcharge for the Executive category € 30

Prices for extra beds and children needs to be requested separately.
The arrangement can be booked on request and based on availability.
Additional nights available on request.