Appartel am Dom

Address: Allerheiligenstrasse 2, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50668, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Innenstadt area of Cologne, is near Cologne Cathedral (Dom), Roman-German Museum (Romisch-Germanisches Museum), Museum Ludwig, and Wallraf-Richartz Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAppartel am Dom Cologne

    Reviewed by frankenichols

    A nice place near the train station and the cathedral

    Reviewed May 21, 2015
    by (19 reviews) White Plains, NY , United States Flag of United States

    This was a very nice hotel. I was right across from the train station. The room was very large with a fruit basket waiting when we checked in. The windows were all doubled pained so it was very quiet. The staff was nice and breakfast above average.

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    Reviewed by d_j_browning

    Perfect place to explore Cologne from

    Reviewed Jan 10, 2014
    by (31 reviews) Townsville , Australia Flag of Australia

    Great location. Even though on the outside the hotel appears modern and characterless, the room was anything but. It was a large apartment style room with old world charm - comfortable bed, sitting furniture, plenty of hanging space. Parking is a bit of a problem, but that's the same all over Europe. Would definitely stay again.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Appartel am Dom Cologne

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Cologne

    In which we kinda took it easy

    A travel blog entry by frankenichols on May 21, 2015

    9 photos

    Today, we awoke a little late. Of course late for us has been 7:30. We took our time getting ready, had breakfast and headed out to see the city of Cologne.
    We headed for the Cathedral first. The work on the Cathedral was actually started in 1248, but was halted in 1473. For the next 400 years, the huge crane crowning the south tower dotted the …


    A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Nov 11, 2015

    5 comments, 24 photos

    ... was full with Mercedes, BMWs, Audis from some distances away. I took some photos around the airfield for nostalgic purposes. The arena and curling rink at Baden appear to be operating as well. The former PMQ patch is a going concern. We had hoped to have lunch in Hugelsheim at either the Schwann or the Hirsch but both are temporarily closed. We had a great meal at the Grunner Baum across from the Schwann. We have been seeing a lot of such temporary closures. ...

    Wonderful location

    A travel blog entry by juds76rhine on Nov 06, 2015

    12 photos

    FINALLY - feeling like my old self!! I thought I was losing it!! We had a nice dinner last night - it was the chef's farewell dinner...7 courses...luckily they are not into huge portions, but we thought the 5th course was the main course...the staff is so diverse and they all have their own story, and they want to tell their story, which is nice and a little to personal sometimes...I guess that is a fine ...

    Andernach to Cologne

    A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 29, 2015

    7 photos

    ... tells the story. Europe has so much history.

    We arrived in Cologne at noon, and after another delicious lunch we headed off on a tour of the city, which is dominated by the Cologne Cathedral. One word for the Cathedral - WOW!!! Us Catholics sure know how to spend the peasants money!!...:-)

    We stopped at a local cafe & tried the local beer, Kolsch, which they traditionally ...


    A travel blog entry by bernieandterry on Oct 29, 2015

    4 photos

    ... will never be finished because of the magnitude of the maintenance task - in fact two sides had scaffolding up to support the ongoing maintenance program. It's front facade covers 750 sq metres and has 10,000 sq metres of lead light windows. It suffered 14 direct bomb hits during the war but was rebuilt. We declined the invitation the climb the 560 steps for what is reported as breathtaking views from the southern spire. I expect the climb up is more breathtaking than the ...