Budget design hotels in Bremen – your Motel One
The main sights of the city are within comfortable walking distance of our affordable design hotel. Much like the Weser river, the Town Musicians of Bremen are an inextricable part of the culture of this city. The town hall and Roland statue are just a stone's throw away from our design hotel in Bremen. The former, which was built 600 years ago, exemplifies the Weser Renaissance style of architecture and has been declared a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site. Together with the Roland, erected in 1404, it is the most important structure in town.
Schnoorviertel, the oldest district of Bremen, is home to enchanting half-timbered houses from the 15th and 16th centuries, lined up like pearls on a string (“Schnoor"). The delightful façades of the medieval buildings contain countless little boutiques, craft shops, galleries and goldsmiths. A great way of combining shopping with an entertaining history lesson!
Böttcherstraße, art galleries and the Weser river
Don't miss a leisurely walk along Böttcherstraße, a fascinating street within easy reach of our Motel One. It used to be the coopers’ district of Bremen. Today, the 100-metre street is an architectural piece of art in its own right. Lined with cafés, restaurants and art galleries, Böttcherstraße links the marketplace to the Weser river. If you are an art enthusiast, make sure to head to the Kunsthalle museum with its impressive collection of copperplate prints.
And don't forget to visit the four town musicians! Do you remember which animals form the charming quartet? In the evening, the rustic bars and pubs of Bremen beckon you to unwind with a tasty tipple. We recommend a tour of the streets between the central station and Ostertor.