Hotel Anker Spanische Weinstube
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Anker Spanische Weinstube Ulm
We stayed here two nights. The breakfasts were good, with a variety of choices. That staff was great and very helpful, but most of them speak only German. It has a secure lock-up for the bikes. Our room was a double twin with bath...it worked out fine. There was a small desk in the room, but a great terrace just outside with excellent wifi, which was free. There is an outside entrance that was convenient for coming and going, without hassle at the main door or transiting the restaurant. At €78 per night, tax included, we'd stay here again, especially if we were riding bikes.
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