How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsInterCityHotel Mainz
This is great being near to supermarkets and train station. One is able to walk to these amenities easily. The cost is great for people who wants affordable yet strategically located hotel. Customer service is not fantastic but its also just right.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews InterCityHotel Mainz
Travel Blogs from Mainz
... in a thousand questions a day).
* We know we had some unforgettable moments, and that was what it was all about.* We're sure we will annoy them for the rest of their lives by repeating the same stories over and over again.
A big thank you to those who encouraged us and those who replaced us at work.... Hope we can do the same for you one day!
And now It's time to stop 'cause the Ipad is getting wet.
See you ...
It is 5:38 pm Italy time... how do I know this???... because our plane has actually landed in Italy. It's a miracle!!! The drive from our hotel is 40 minutes. Along the way I am struck by the beautiful flowering bushes, crazy fast driving and the graffiti. Once we hit about 30 minutes into the drive you start to see the tops of the famous Italian buildings and the quaint shops. The city really bustles to life with everyone vying for parking ...
... a good night..
she told me she is just on her way to meet some friends in a german berivian bar . we walked what must have been at least 35 mins further than where we origionally was, to find this berivian beer house ..
this place had about three or four bars , and in each bar was a different stage of the fermenting processs ...
... the longest pedestrian shopping mall in Germany. What a delight! We wandered into the most gorgeous shop selling authentic German Christmas decorations and we couldn't leave until we had bought something to remember this delightful place. In another shop filled with customers, Raymond bought a version of a 'snowball', an edible sweet pastry modeled on a medieval snack. It was large, sweet and filling, in true German style! Again, more time spent here would have been appreciated.
... out on Saturday to explore Mainz. Mainz is a city west of Frankfurt that is one of the oldest settlements in all of Germany dating back to the Roman times. In fact, the station that we got out at called Romisches Theater is actually built on a Roman theater and just next to the platforms are part of the remains. We walked around the historic city center and it was an amazing break from the corporate skyscrapers of ...