AddressJakoberstrae 41 AugsburgSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This friendly Pension spans a collection of three buildings near the Fuggerei. Rooms are clean-cut if unimaginative, there's a decent Bavarian restaurant on the premises, and free parking and bike storage are available.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Jakoberhof and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Augsburg.
Description provided by property
Hotel Jakoberhof is a family run hotel located in downtown Augsburg and an ideal home base to go sightseeing.
We are only five minutes walking distance from townhall and townplace.
The building has rooms on 2 floors. Each room is equipped
with a sink, wardrobe, table, chair, regular towels and bedding (of cousre including blanket, pillow). We do not guarantee a TV in the room, but most of the rooms have a small television. Shower and toilet are located on each floor for shared use.
We provide a free Internet Hotspot, but doesn't expect HD streaming quality - you have to bring your own WiFi device
such as a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
All rooms are non smoking!
We provide a hearty and energizing breakfast buffet for our guests every morning to start the day.
--> Prices are including the breakfast!
From 23rd of December 2015 until 2nd of January 2016, we will not serve breakfast at all.
You will discover the magic of this city with its 2,000 years of history which has made it one of southern Germany's major sightseeing attractions. It's the Romantic Road's largest town and serves also as a gateway to the Alps and the south.
We will do our best to make your stay in Augsburg a most pleasant one.
PLEASE NOTE: Check in time is between 2 PM and 11 PM.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast Included
- Bicycle Hire
- Luggage Storage
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Free WiFi
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