Villa Hentzel

Location Weimar

Postcode 99423

Telephone +49 (0)3643 86580


Why we love it...

Attractive neoclassical city hotel

The Place

A pleasant hotel garni in the south of Weimar, the Villa Hentzel is close to the summer residence of Franz Liszt and the park that meanders along the banks of the Ilm River. The hotel is a small but imposing neoclassical villa built in 1873. The Austrian educationalist Rudolf Steiner lived here for a year, and the helpful and rather formal Frau Hentzel will reel off a list of other luminaries who have resided here in past times. No doubt the list is growing, since this comfortable hotel has been popular with students from western Germany and abroad since its renovation and conversion to a hotel in 1996.
Inside, original plaster ceilings, dadoes and arches remain, while the rooms have been sensitively modernized. Many of the double bedrooms are large and high-ceilinged and all are attractively decorated, some with patterened fabrics, some in shades of aqua, peach or blue. Two have French windows opening on to balconies supported by neoclassical columns, which overlook the street front. Others have pleasant views of the garden and the streets and houses of old Weimar.
In other senses, this is a fairly basic hotel garni – there is no cafe, no Stube, or Biergarten where guests can meet and chat, just the cheerful breakfast room in the mornings, and, in warm weather, the terrace outside.

The Essentials

Price Band €€-€€€
Rooms 2 single, 11 double; all with shower, phone, PC jack, TV, clock/radio, hairdrier, safe, minibar
Food breakfast
Facilities breakfast room, cafe, terrace, garden
Children not accepted
Accessibility no special facilities
Pets not accepted

To Book

Contact Herr and Frau Hentzel
Call +49 (0)3643 86580
Fax +49 (0)3643 865 819

Good To Know

Address Bauhausstrasse 12, Weimar 99423

The Location

Find this place: on the south side of Weimar, west of the Liszt House; 5 km to autobahn A4/E40 (Weimar exit) 4 km; free car parking

What's nearby: Houses of the writers Goethe and Schiller; Ilm Park with the Roman house

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