Newly refurbished Bremen youth hostel is a jewel in the heart of the town on the river Weser. After 18 months of building work one of Germany’s most beautiful hostels reopened its gates in May 2005.
Riverside location with an international flair: The youth hostel is located on the banks of the Weser River, only a few paddle strokes from the Schlachte river walk. Dining room, roof terrace and almost all rooms have modern furnishings and offer spectacular views over the river and the town centre. The youth hostel is open 24 hours.
Important: For a stay with us a Hostelling International Membership is required. International guests without membership pay a surcharge of 3.50 Euro for the first 6 nights to obtain a full membership for the use of more than 4.000 Youth Hostels worldwide. German residents can become a member of the German Youth Hostel Association for 7.00 Euro per year (older than 26 years and for families: 21.00 Euro) upon arrival.
Prices apply to guests younger than 26 years. Guests older than 26 years pay a surcharge of 4.00 Euro per person and night. All prices include breakfast and sheets.
Bus: 200m - #26 or 27 (direction "Huckelriede"), "Am Brill" bus stop
Parking: parking in front of the hostel (charge)
Rail: 200m - tram #1 (direction “Huchting”) or bus #26 or 27 (direction “Huckelriede”), "Am Brill" bus stop.
Airport: 4km Bremen - tram #6 to Domsheide, change to #2 or 3 (direction Gröpelingen) to "Radio Bremen" stop.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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