Hotel Am Markt

Address: Marktplatz 18, Baden-Baden, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, 76530, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Marktplatz 18, Baden-Baden, is near Caracalla Therme Baths, Friedrichsbad Roman-Irish Bath, Lichtentaler Allee, and Casino Baden-Baden Spielbank.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Am Markt Baden-Baden

      Based on room comfort, this is a 5-star

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      As good as it gets for an inexpensive small hotel. I decided to have a look at the Am Markt based on remarks on this web site. I expected "decent" and got "outstanding." Double room was truly spacious and attractive and spotless and quiet. Reception was friendly and very helpful. The TV lounge was nicely furnished and comfortable and the wi-fi hotspot actually worked. In fact, wi-fi worked just fine in my room which was two floors above and on the opposite side of the hotel. The breakfast room and the food was of the highest standard. Convenient location. No spa facilities in hotel but it's a few steps from two public spas that should not be missed.

      The breakfast room revealed most guests to be couples - some young - some older, various nationalities and neatly dressed. I hope to return and and will recommend this hotel with enthusiasm to clients (I am a travel agent).

      Great Little Hotel.

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      We just returned from a wonderful vacation in Germany. All of us loved Baden - Baden and would like to return for a longer period of time. Hotel Am Markt is one of those little gems of a hotel that one loves to discover while on vacation. Super location ! We walked to everything, shops, casino, spas, etc.. Clean rooms, wonderful breakfast, my only little complaint is that I also agree with another review. I found that there was a little feeling of coldness from the hotel reception. They have a parking area for your cars but it is kept locked. Whenever you need your car they have to come outside and unlock the chain across the driveway. I felt that they were annoyed when we asked and we only asked once while we were there and then when we checked out. But other than that it is a wonderful hotel.And we had a very good stay there. Would stay there again.

      Great little place

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      Lovely friendly place,really great bargain with the Spa tickets thrown in also.Rooms clean and bathrooms modern.The position of the hotel at the top of the town is a steep climb back up but it keeps you fit! Breakfasts were fantastic and staff very pleasant. Only downside was the churchbells..VERY loud and early,but take some good quality earplugs and you'll be fine. I would recommend anyone to stay at the hotel Am Markt.

      Fine hotel, aloof staff

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      The hotel is conveniently located near the baths and the center of town. If walking from the bus stop, it is a bit of an uphill climb. The church bells from the neighboring church tended to wake us a bit earlier than we liked but that worked out for the best. The staff seemed curiously cold and aloof. Frankly, if it were not for the people working there, the hotel would have seemed pretty nice.

      Great Value and Location

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      Comfortable rooms over a quiet square of 18th century buildings a two-minute walk from the pedestrian shopping streets. Superb breakfast served with silver-plated tea service included in price. (What a splendid contrast to the over-priced greasy breakfasts at the Ritz in Berlin the week before.) Bathroom was among the best designed and decorated we have seen. Right next door to the two big spas in town. Private parking next to the front door. Highly recommended.

      As good as it gets!

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      Wonderful place to stay. Service and food was exceptional. Great location.

      Comfortable place in a great town

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      I came to Baden Baden with the purpose of relaxation at the spas. This hotel is in a perfect location - despite the church bells that were noted in other reviews. The rooms are simple and clean. It met my need perfectly for one night. If I were to go for an extended stay, I would probably choose something a little more upscale, maybe on the river, but for €40, and a spa discount, you can't complain!

      Hotel am Markt Stay

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      I stayed here for a couple of nights in late May, 2004. Our double room was bright and cozy (60 euros), and the window overlooked the church next to the hotel. The reception was friendly and the hotel was centrally located. The Friedrichsbad spa is also next to the hotel, and there are restaurants and shops just down the street. I will stay here again the next time that I visit this lovely city.

      Friendly stay

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      This is one of the friendliest places I ever stayed in Germany. The breakfast is delicious and often enriched by homemade marmelade. Also the two owners take great care in the well being of their guests. It is an absolute value you get. Can only recommend this, instead of staying at bigger anonymous expensive hotels.

      Great!

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      This was our 2nd stay at the Hotel Am Markt. It is an excellent value, and the service, rooms and breakfast were great. Also, the 2 sisters who run the hotel speak some English and were most helpful.It is quite easy to walk to the middle of town from there, but there is also an hourly bus.The only problem for some would be climbing the stairs to your 2nd floor or 3rd floor room.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Am Markt Baden-Baden

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Baden-Baden

      Road Trip through the Black Forest to Baden-Baden

      A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Jan 16, 2015

      23 photos

      It is a long weekend in Stuttgart, so we decided to go on a road trip. We were going to be in a hotel anyway, so why not cross some things off the bucket list, the first of which was a drive through the windy mountain roads of the Black Forest. We started off in Stuttgart and after a few hours on the Autobahn, ended up in Triberg. It was cold and …

      Days 10 & 11 - Black Forest & Hot Spring Spa

      A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 24, 2014

      34 photos

      Willkomen! This post marks the beginning of the German-phase of our trip! These next two days were spent in Baden-Baden at the top of the Black Forest. Baden-Baden was settled by the Romans after they discovered plentiful natural hot springs (baden is German for "bath"). At certain locations in the town, water gushes forth from deep within the …

      Friedrichsbad and..............Ich bin Nackt

      A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 06, 2015

      10 comments, 3 photos

      ... and the weather was miserable I am sure you would have joined me. In conclusion I must say that the diverse backgrounds from people attending the baths was quite noticeable.

      I thought about a tasteful semi-nude shot for The Blog but one thing stopped me, and embarrassment wasn't it. Getting caught with a camera in a place where everyone is nude, is difficult to explain and one could only imagine that the "Fun Meter" on the German Police would not ...

      Easter Sunday in Baden Baden

      A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Apr 05, 2015

      15 photos

      After a trip to Colmar France, we stopped at the midway point back home at Baden Baden. We had afternoon tea at the hotel and then explored the Casino, Theater, and beautiful surroundings. We spent the afternoon relaxing at the Caracalla Therme Baths. One thing I've learned how to do since being in Europe is to disconnect on the weekends and enjoy life and Baden Baden is the place to do ...

      Baden Baden

      A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 05, 2015

      7 comments, 10 photos

      ... deal to see and do and I hope this doesn't make Mark Twain turn in his grave. Yes, the hot spring, mineral spas are wonderful, and more on that later, but otherwise it is a very picturesque town and I guess just nice to be here.

      It is the place where Dostoevsky lost his money at the Casino and where Mark Twain lost his rheumatism It remains a hangout for the aristocracy and the rich and famous where they can lose their money, their troubles and sometimes their clothes.Twain, ...

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