Hotel Kronprinz is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Greifswald, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Hotel Kronprinz is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as internet access is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Greifswald. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid private parking available on-site.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Greifswald, Hotel Kronprinz is located a short distance from St. Marien (0.4 mi) and Wiecker Historische Klappbrücke (3.0 mi).
Greifswald has plenty of French restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Marell Museumscafé and Kronprinz Brasserie, which are serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Welt der Gifte (0.4 mi), St. Nikolai Cathedral (0.1 mi), and Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitaet Greifswald (0.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Greifswald!
We stayed two nights in this cosy hotel in the old town of Greifswald. Large room, wonderful breakfast with the best service for tea drinkers that I have ever come across. Very nice staff. Parking just behind the hotel. We really liked us there!
I stayed here for two nights. The name “Kronprinz” (Crown Prince) suggested a long tradition, and the building appeared to be fairly old. The unusual floor numbering (0, 1,2A, 2B, 3A, 3B) was apparently fairly typical in the town’s hotels; it was reflected in the need from my room (207/2A) to go upstairs in order to access the fire exit. The area around the hotel was picturesque. The hotel was in a quiet main street, but the entrance (photo) was in a side street, not very clearly identified, but the town is small. Very close to the Reception was the lift, which required a key card to operate it – not helpful for guests with a lot of luggage or shopping. The reception was generally unstaffed, with a bell to call the receptionist from the adjoining restaurant: she was helpful and friendly. My room (photo) was comfortable, quiet and spacious with a good view from both windows (photo). There was plenty of space to store luggage. The lighting was adequate. In the wardrobe were anti-theft clothes hangers, which are difficult to manipulate. There was no clock; there were radiators but no air conditioning; and no hot drink machine. There was a big desk for a computer (photo), with one power point in a fairly convenient location. Internet access was free. WiFi instructions (photo) were old-fashioned and complicated; after repeated attempts, I succeeded in getting limited Internet access for my mobile phone, but despite further repeated attempts, not for my laptop, although I carefully followed the instructions. When the key card was removed from the power socket, all electricity went off, so it was best to turn off your computer when leaving the room. There was a very extensive, printed hotel directory, in German, English and Swedish. It mentioned the TV but did not include a guide; there were some 40 channels, one of which (33) was in French, and some radio stations. The shower room (photo) was very large; there was a reasonable supply of hot water. The exit from the shower was quite narrow, the shower floor was slippery (no non-slip shower mat), with a step down. The hair dryer was very visible, with a power point was next to it. There was no night light, as far as I could establish. The breakfast room was more than adequately big when I was there, and the room no. check was unobtrusive. The breakfast buffet (included in the room price) was good, with some hot dishes, including boiled eggs, with attentive staff. As usual, the glasses for fruit juice were minuscule. There were no table waste containers (Tischabfall – photo, from the Holiday Inn Express in Berlin), common in Germany: they would have been helpful, especially on the small tables. At the Reception, there were plenty of newspapers for sale, all in German.…
Great cozy hotel in the center of Greifswald. Walking distance to everything, comfortable room, friendly staff, good bar and delicious included breakfast. Very good value, perfect for a few nights if you come to the area for business I highly recommend.
We had a large and comfortable room, which was spotlessly clean. The room was also in principle quite, facing the courtyard. Unfortunately some late night drinking made some noise during the night, so a front facing bedroom might in fact be a better choice. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and I want to specially mention the breakfast. Probably the best buffet breakfast I have experienced anywhere. The one and only drawback was the Wi-Fi. Signal was weak and on several occasions it was impossible to log in, which was very frustrating. If it wasn't for the inadequate Wi-Fi I would have awarded the hotel top marks.
I liked my stay in this hotel. The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. The fridge in my room did not work when I arrived - and they fixed it within an hour. Breakfast good quality and inexpensive. They had salmon on the breakfast table - which is a big plus in my exes :) The wifi worked well in the whole property. Maybe an in-room safe would be a good idea. I will book it again.