Golden Tulip Parkhotel Neu-Ulm



Silcherstrasse 40 UlmSee nearby area


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This hotel is set in a park close to the banks of the River Danube, with a magnificent view over Ulm's Old Town and the famous minster. It offers free Wi-Fi.

The 4-star Golden Tulip Parkhotel Neu-Ulm lies just a 10-minute walk from both Ulm and Neu-Ulm’s city centres and only a 50-minute drive from Stuttgart Airport.

Relax in the Golden Tulip Parkhotel’s tastefully decorated, spacious en suite rooms.

The modern restaurant features an open show kitchen, a conservatory and a large terrace overlooking the Danube. International and regional dishes are served here, as well as a variety of buffet meals.

The Golden Tulip is a perfect base for sightseeing trips in and around Ulm. Families can enjoy a visit at the nearby Legoland Fun park or the Margarete Steiff (Teddy) Museum.

The hotel offers bikes for hire, and maps showing various routes along the banks of the Danube for guests to explore.

Canoe trips on the Iller and Danube can be booked in advance, or join a sightseeing ferry for a day of fun.

Low Emission Zones in Europe.

Please be advised that as of January 1st 2013, there is a municipal policy for the LEZ in both cities.

In the city of Ulm you are allowed with only a green and in the city of Neu-Ulm with a yellow or green pollution badge at your car.

We suggest you purchase a sticker before driving to Germany as this saves the hassle of finding a sales point once you have arrived. Stickers purchased anywhere in Germany are valid for the life of the vehicle and for use in any German Low Emission Zone.

There will be a fine if you are stopped without a valid Emission Badge.

Important information

From 01 January 2013 you must buy an Umweltplakette (fuel emission sticker) if you want to drive into central Ulm.

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