Stayed in period of Eurotier trade show I Hannover. Was a good alternative to expensive sold out hotels in Hannover. Good service, spacious clean room. Breakfast was fine. Is highly recommended for others. Thanks
Love this place, wouldn't stay anywhere else!
dsegleauon 18/09/2015 06:26
My wife's aunt lives in Bad Nenndorf, just 3 blocks from Hotel Die Villa. We've stayed here twice and absolutely love it. The staff is very friendly, the breakfasts are fantastic, the rooms are clean as a whistle. The hotel is close to everything and very affordable. Would much rather stay here than any of the larger, more touristy hotels in town. So glad that Lynn's aunt suggested this place. Never would have found it on most of the travel web sites.
Refined elegance in centre of Bad Nenndorf
Critic1909on 29/12/2012 10:44
My wife and I stayed here for 4 days over Christmas (visiting local family) and had an excellent lunch here on 26 December. Initial impression, due to the building style, is of a rather severe establishment. In the past, this has been a school and later a Bank. Many of the immaculately preserved gothic internal features in carved wood or ironwork would have been high fashion when the building opened in 1910, but jar a little today. It appears the hotel has recently been totally renovated. In the public areas there is beautiful tiling everywhere. Our room was clean, warm and comfortably furnished with all modern amenities. Breakfast was ample and in the typical North German style. Similarly our Christmas lunch was delightful and not expensive. I noticed a couple of private dining rooms which looked very inviting. Die Villa is located within 5 minutes' walk of the Kurpark and the main Spa clinics of Bad Nenndorf. There is free Wifi and off-street car parking at the rear of the hotel. The main reception is not manned at all times, but you can check in at any time by phoning the owner who will come and let you in given 30 minutes notice. This is a smart hotel which will appeal to the discerning private visitor.
Hotel Die Villa for the weekend
travelyllomon 28/08/2012 08:54
I review very few places, but I feel it's important to counter the only other review of this hotel to be found on the internet!
I had very low expectations heading to this cute spa town for a summer weekend for their "gourmet festival" and especially had low expectations for this hotel because there were no other reviews for it besides the one of the fellow whose reservation was lost and he had to stay elsewhere.
I found this hotel totally adorable and the staff was really friendly and tried to be helpful at every turn. Online, they write that check-in is only between 5-6pm, but I called to let them know when we were arriving and that was no problem.
The house is a beautiful, big 19th-century home that was moved, brick-by-brick from Hanover in 1910. There are many interesting architectural details in the house and the ceilings are super high. The rooms are large (again high ceilings!), the bathrooms are modern, super clean, and a fine size (shower, not bath). They provide body lotion and body/hair soap and a bottle of water. There's TV and wireless in the rooms and Milka chocolates on the pillow.
Breakfast costs 9 euros/pp and is nothing to write home about, just typical German breakfast of rolls, meats, cheeses, hard-boiled eggs, muesli, yogurt, coffee, tea, juices and a fruit salad (sometimes tomatoes, too).
Convenient location. We walked the kilometer from the train station and to the spa and the festival in the Kurpark. We spent the weekend hiking in the nearby forest and relaxing in the spa--perfect place for a quick break near Hanover (not much to do for a longer time, unless you really want to experience "the cure"!).