Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby X from Y
Very good service and a great indoor swimming poolPosted Sep 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
Well looked after by all staff. They even understood my schoolboy German. A local map was Given to us with all paths marked, we had 2 enjoyable walks. The indoor pool was fantastic, 20 metres long and only a handful of people in at any time. the food in the English Pub was well presented and more or less the same price as other places in town, although the main restaurant was a bit pricy. The bathroom decor was a bit seventies style, so hopefully will be updated in the next few years. I missed the free wifi that we had at other hotels we stayed in Germany on this holiday.
for Couplesby JP & Annie from Austin, Texas
JP/AMEPosted Oct 11, 2011
A good find....thank goodness it was OFF SEASON!!!
for Otherby A verified traveler from Nottingham, UK
So good, we went back again!Posted Aug 11, 2011
Per my previous post, the Maritime Braunlage was once again a brilliant place to stay. Just like last year, we have stayed in about ten hotels over three weeks - and the Maritime once again tops the charts for breakfast!
for Couplesby A verified traveler from UK
Super value, super location, super servicePosted Aug 15, 2010
We used this hotel as a base for touring the Harz Mountains. Expecting it to be dead, out of ski season, it was anything but. Service was exemplary in all areas and there was a lovely ambience. Even though the decor is authentic 70s, it is immaculately maintained and everything works. We LOVED the orange and brown bathroom tiles and the traditional German restaurant. Breakfast was great value for money and very substantial. We certainly recommend it to others.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Essex, UK
Does what it needs toPosted Mar 4, 2010
Went to the Maritim Braunlage for a weekend of skiing in the Harz Mountains. I've stayed in quite a few Maritim hotels, and this certainly isn't up there with the best, but it definitely wasn't the most expensive either. The decor is pretty "retro" in the rooms, i.e. it's not been updated since the 70's (think of alovely brown bathroom...); however, pretty much all of Germany is 20 years behind the rest of the world anyway. The staff were friendly, but beware that this isn't UK-focused tourism Germany, so if you're expecting fluent English from everyone, you'll be sadly disappointed. The breakfast was very good, but a touch pricey. Likewise for dinner in the restaurant. It looked to be the best hotel in Braunlage though and stands above the rest of the town, somewhat dominating the skyline. I'd happily go back, but people shouldn't be expecting unbridled luxury.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Calvert
Gem of a HotelPosted Jul 27, 2009 on Hotels.com
Everything was perfect and we loved it.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from UK
Very ImpressedPosted Sep 29, 2007
We were very pleased in choosing this hotel to stay for a few days. It is a very nice quiet hotel, with plenty to do, the food was lovely and staff very helpful. It is situated up a steep hill which is a bit of a climb, but is well located and close to the ski lift and centre of town. With a selection of spa treatments it is the prefect place to relax for a few days.