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Holiday fun, as individual as our guests themselves: PrivateCityHotels. promise unforgettable experiences in unique, privately managed hotels in 15 different cities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Each single hotel captivates through its very own charm. But there is one thing our guests can always rely on: first-class quality and excellent service are the hallmarks of the high requirements we demand of ourselves – a standard you can rely on.
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Discover Tübingen with PrivateCityHotels.!
The university town breathes history: famous monuments, picturesque half-timbered buildings, and historic sights await you. Among the wittiest and perhaps also most comfortable options of experiencing the city is a punt ride. Your hosts Sabine and Alexander Stagl will gladly give you further tips for your perfect day in Tübingen.
New hotel in Cologne!
When asked to describe Cologne, plenty of people would start off by praising its Rheinland charm. The endearing Cologne dialect and the warmness and hospitality of the city’s people come together to define this major metropolis of the Rhein-Ruhr region.
Find your very own modern-feel-good-city-hotel in Cologne with Hotel UHU. What’s so special about the the 3*** superior hotel you may ask. Well, your host Klaus Kuhn is as passionate a cook as he is a host. Every morning, his guests can get an idea of his culinary instinct at the refined breakfast buffet.
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City of Design You don’t have to go looking for culture in Graz. It’s just around every corner.
Insider tips for Hamburg
After a copious breakfast in our hotel, start towards Stadtpark. Under fair weather conditions, the wonderful city park allows for an extended promenade. And when Hamburg’s notorious “shitty weather” is forecast, a visit of the attached Planetarium can be recommended…