Hotel Villa Monte Vino
AddressGregor-Mendel-Straße 27 PotsdamSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This charming 1890 villa, complete with dreamy garden and Rapunzel tower, is a superb find tucked into the leafy hillside above Schloss Sanssouci. Run by passionate owners, it harmoniously blends historic and modern touches and even has a small gym and sauna. Rooms don't skimp on space and are sheathed in soothing earth tones.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Villa Monte Vino and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Potsdam.
Description provided by property
This 3-star Superior hotel is a traditional 19th-century tower villa, a 3-minute walk from Potsdam's Sanssouci Palace. It boasts an idyllic hilltop location, wonderful views and free on-site parking.
The elegantly and historically furnished rooms and suites of the family-run Villa Monte Vino all feature free Wi-Fi and broadband internet access, a seating area and a large bathroom. Satellite sports and movie channels are also free.
A breakfast buffet is provided each morning at the Villa Monte Vino. The breakfast terrace is open in summer months.
The Villa Monte Vino also offers a bar, smoking lounge and infrared sauna. Guests enjoy free landline calls within Germany and free use of the fitness room
The Monte Vino is a 7-minute walk from Potsdam's shopping areas as well as Luisenplatz Square and Dutch Quarter. The hotel can provide free maps and area information.
Please note that the sauna is open daily from 09:00 until 21:00. It is free of charge for guests between 18:00 until 20:00.
Please note that check-in before 14:00 and check-out after 11:00 is not possible. Parking spaces must also be vacated by 11:00.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Bicycle rental
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Tour desk
- Ticket service
- Free WiFi
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