This unfussy modern hotel, in a chalet-style terrace-lined building, lies within 11 km from both the Palace of Aachen and the modern art museum Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst.The straightforward rooms come with free Wi-Fi, TVs and balconies. Upgraded rooms add modern wood decor and sitting areas, while family rooms include additional bedrooms and TVs.
This laid-back hotel is a 7-minute walk from Aachen Cathedral, 10 minutes from Aachen Hauptbahnhof train station and 14 minutes from the Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum's art exhibits.Straightforward rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and cable TV, as well as minibars and room service. Kids up to 4 stay free, and air-conditioning isn't available.
This 2-story lodging and restaurant, set in the countryside, is 2.4 km from Aachener Tierpark zoo and 5 km from the city center and Aachen Cathedral.The 10 simply furnished rooms provide en suite bathrooms and free Wi-Fi, as well as desks and TVs.
Steps from the landmark Europaplatz roundabout, this modern conference hotel is 0.5 km from Ludwig Forum for International Art and 4 km from the 8th-century Aachen Cathedral.Understated rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus desks and minibars; some have seating areas with sofas.
Set on a bustling commercial street, this low-key hotel is 2 km from Aachen Cathedral, 3 km from local history at the Couven-Museum and 12 km from GaiaZOO.Laid-back rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and satellite TV; some feature balconies. Room service is on offer.
Set in an ornate building dating from 1903, this quaint hotel is a 12-minute walk from Kornelimünster Abbey and 12 km from the octagonal chapel at Aachen Cathedral.Pared-back rooms and suites provide cable TV; some have minibars.Breakfast is complimentary.
Aachen is a spa city near Germany's borders with Belgium and the Netherlands. Aachen Cathedral was founded around 800 A.D. and a Gothic chancel was added later. Its Domschatzkammer (treasury) has medieval artifacts including the shrine of Charlemagne, who was buried here in 814 A.D. Nearby is the baroque town hall, Aachener Rathaus, with 19th-century frescoes. Sulfurous water fills the fountains of Elisenbrunnen.