Pullman Aachen Quellenhof

Address: Monheimsallee 52, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, 52062, Germany | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Monheimsallee 52, Aachen, is near Carolus Thermen Bad Aachen, Rathaus Aachen, Christmas Market, and Couven Museum.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Pullman Aachen Quellenhof

      Superb 5 star hotel

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      We stayed for a weekend in this classy Hotel in a park near the beautiful casino. Hotel was really EXCELLENT, beautiful spacey room, great beds, everything immaculately cleaned and quiet.

      All the staffmembers were friendly, especially at the receptiondesk. The pool has got beautiful architecture and art.

      One morning we had breakfast at our rooom, wich was an unforgettable experience, like having a private buffet in your room! The standard hotel breakfast in the restaurant is also quite nice with plenty of choice and everything fresh!

      We've stayed in other 5 star Hotels across Europe but i can honestly say this was a TRUE 5 STAR EXPERIENCE with very great value for money!

      Restful lovely place

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      Great room, lots of space, particularly good bathroom. Fantastic breakfast with more choice than I've ever come across and especially good bread in the most spectacular and beautiful room. We ate a very good, albeit pricey evening meal in the dining room, too. Staff were helpful. A long-ish walk into town, otherwise can't fault it!

      What an experience!

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      I visited the Dorint Sofitel Quellenhof Hotel in Aachen from 19 till 21 Januari. I had booked on the Sofitel website, a Deluxe room for 180€ p/n with breakfast.

      The beautifully restored Quellenhof Hotel is located around a Kurpark with a large conference-center, the city casino and about 10 min. from the city center by foot!

      The hotel has a large indoor parking garage and outdoor parking that you have to pay for!

      Check-in was fast, easy and very friendly!

      My Deluxe room (#206) on the second floor was a corner room with views on the Monheimsallee and the kurpark gardens.

      The room was very large, had an extra room for the lugage, very large and nicely decorated bathroom.

      Standard cable television, minibar, workdesk, safe, airconditioning,...so all the standards!

      Big windows that could be opend.

      I heard no sounds from other hotelguests in my room the whole stay, a big plus!

      The kingsize bed was wonderful, with the same mattresse used by the British Royal family, you could imagine I slept like a King! ;-)

      The bathroom/wc was huge, decorated with marble, bath/shower combo, fine bathroom amenities, slippers & bathrobes. Nice thing I liked was that you could hear the television/radio when showering with the speaker above the bath!

      I used the roomservice, it was fast and the food (spaghetti Bolognese & tomato-créme soup) tasted great, price also reasonble.

      The breakfast in the "La Brasserie" restaurant was excellent (make sure it's in your roomrate), nice atmosphere in the restaurant, very large buffet (cold & hot). One of the best I ever had, you could even ask a glas of champagne if you liked!

      The "Elephant Bar" I didn't visit, but I did looked inside, seems like a great place for a good cocktail & cigar!

      Then the Royal Spa & Pool: don't miss this, beautiful and large pool (130 sqm), 2 sauna's (Finnish- & Biosauna), steambath, a nice Asian-style relaxroom, also nice art (sculptures) inside the whole Royal Spa. Water & fruits can be taken for free!

      You can treat yourself to a massage or cosmetic, just ask a list, you'll surely find something on it!

      I did take a classic body massage and it was soooo good!!! :-)

      The Royal Spa team treats you like a King or Queen!

      The fitness-room wasn't that big but it had all the things you needed for a quick workout. I would just say you better make a nice run in the surrounding Kurpark gardens!

      Best thing about all this; besides the massages & cosmetics it's all FREE!!!

      Overall: wonderful hotel, clean, nice atmosphere throughout the hotel, nice rooms, great Royal Spa, excellent service & friendly staff!

      It was by far my best hotel experience ever, so I defenitly would stay again at Quellenhof!

      Hope you may have the same great experience as I did....!

      Very great hotel

      from

      We stayed in Aachen for 2 nights first 4 star hotel: it was just basic...

      Second night we stayed in Quellenhof: it was great!

      Hotel is located next to a nice park, the hotel is luxery and beautifull. The staff was friendly and helpfull. Rooms were great and comfortable. The room looks a bit small(this isnt a complain) but it had everything in it: great bed, great badroom, airco...

      The Spa is a thing to do, nice pool and 3 sauna's all for free.(massage you have to pay)

      Service was great and the breakfast was extensive.

      To end; its a good hotel, worth his money.

      Have a nice trip.

      European Grand Hotel with contemporary spa

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      Charlemagne would have approved of this excellent grand hotel in his hometown. It combines turn-of-the-century grandeur, light and airy interior design of rooms and public areas with a breathtakting contemporary spa.

      Location: At the edge of the city park and adjacent to the Casino, about half a mile from the city center.

      Rooms: Two categories of rooms. Standard rooms are rather small, while deluxe rooms are very spacious. Both categories feature the same high standard of decoration and bathrooms.

      Public areas: Beautiful lobby, very nice conference area.

      Restaurant and bar: Very good breakfast, good restaurant, adequately priced (although I would recommend to take dinner at Michelin-star-decorated La Becasse). The best bar I have ever visited in a hotel. Excellent selection of Cognac, Single Malts, and Cigars. Wonderful cocktails, including some exclusive cocktails which have been created here. Beautiful atmosphere and excellent service.

      Spa and pool: Breathtaking contemporary spa, designed in natural stone and wood paneling, with asian art. Maybe the best hotel pool in the world.

      Service: Good service (including free juices and fruit at the reception). However, parsimonious with regard to electrical currency. For electrical power, you have to put your keycard in a slot. If you leave the room and leave a second keycard in the slot, housekeeping will confiscate the keycard. No chance to load batteries while you are absent. And air condition does not work when there is no key card. We have booked four rooms for three nights. Only in one of four rooms, a/c worked well. In one room, a/c did not work at all. On complaint, there were not able to fix it.

      Conclusion: This hotel meets the exceedingly high standard of Dorint hotels, however, since Sofitel overtook the Dorint chain, the Sofitel-typical service flaws came to this house, too. It is not understandable that the management of a five-star luxury hotel is that parsimonious with regard to electrical power.

      Great hotel

      from

      Came here for the Christmas market in 2005. It is a delightful hotel that makes you feel pampered. Good location for shops/market and historic town centre. Excellent, though expensive, breakfasts. Pleasant bar that also serves snacks. Usual high German standards of upkeep and cleanliness. Highly recommended.

      Outstanding Hotel

      from

      I am a travel agent who just returned from one night at this amazing hotel. The staff are friendly, the twin room was extremely spacious with modern bathroom. Very clean. Beautiful public rooms and the spa pool is lovely. Would highly recommend a visit to this hotel if you are in Aachen. It was about a 10 minute walk to the main square.

      Excellent Find but limited fitness facilities for 5 Stars

      from

      The hotel is remarkable in its design and service. The breakfast is certainly not to be missed. We enjoyed the spacious rooms and amenities. We had hoped for a fully equipped gym but found only limited equipment. There is a secure covered parking facility below the hotel that was quite useful.

      Fantastic 5 star Hotel

      from

      The Quellenhof is a fantastic 5 star hotel built in 1916. We visited for 3 days in April 2001. The rooms were large, very plush, and soundproof. Decorated with fine fabrics and a huge marble bathroom. They even use the same mattresses used by the British Royal Family, I never slept better. The hotel felt like a turn of the century mansion. The hotel is a short 5 block walk from the historic market and cathedral. The Quellenhof has several excellant restaurants and can arrange a visit to the fabulous Carolus Therme Baths. Taking the waters was a wonderful way to relax after a day of sight seeing. This place was first class all the way!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Pullman Aachen Quellenhof

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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