Fantastic stay in a lovely hotel. Staff were very welcoming and helpful. The room was nice and had some extra touches. Lovely bathroom, well designed with large walk in shower. Of particular note was the breakfast which was by far one of the best I have recently had. A very nice stay.
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My son and I went to Germany for the first time. We really enjoyed our visit there and was very impressed with GHotel in Kiel. Germany has fantastic opportunities for cyclists and Ghotel had access to many adult and children bikes. We hired two bikes at 6 Euros each for a day and had a great time getting around. I felt very safe on the bike and the cycle lanes are brilliant. Language barrier wasn't a problem as the staff spoke very good English. I think they appreciated my attempt at speaking in German from time to time. I would definitely recommend GHotel Kiel as a brilliant place to stay and at a good price as well. We had breakfast at the Hotel which was of a very good standard and filled us up for the day.
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This hotel was sufficient for our needs, only visiting relatives for 2 days . found room somewhat tight quarters with 2 large suitcases and backpacks. Bed was comfortable but could have had better pillows. We did not use their breakfast aas wwe preferred to try the local bakeries and their fine breads and delights.
I picked this hotel because it was clear from the online description there was free parking. It was a bit further from CAU, the university I was visiting, than I would have preferred but parking rental cars in cities always makes me nervous. I was completely satisfied with my stay at Birke. Very nice all around and a fantastic breakfast.
This was a very good basic hotel. We have stopped at 2 others in Kiel and this was the best.
They do not speak much English (we do not speak German) but they spoke sufficient for us to be able to understand each other. They offer coffee during the day but when we came back fairly late in the evening you could not get a drink as it was laid up ready for breakfast. It would also be nice to have hot water and the choice of being able to make tea or hot chocolate instead of coffee ( although the coffee was also nice.) It would be nice to have a mirror in the bedroom by the dressing table as the only mirror is in the bathroom and not convenient for doing hair, make up when someone else is in the shower. We enjoyed the complimentary fruit on the desk - beautiful apples.
The centre for German shipbuilding, Kiel is also the country’s sailing capital. Kiel Week (last week in June) is one of the biggest sailing events in the world. Attractions in the old town include Kiel Maritime Museum and the 14th century church of St Nicholas with a sculpture by Ernst Barlach in front. The white-sand beach of Laboe, 10 kilometres north-east, has a Naval Memorial and a WWII submarine, now a museum.