Affordable hotel in Bonn
Posted Jun 2, 2015 on Hotels
This hotel suited me. Each room has facilities, whilst quite basic, it was sufficient for me to cook my vegan meals. So despite its location, I was happy with the accommodation.
The hotel is within a residential area, with student accommodation nearby and a U station linking Tannenbusch Mitte with Central Bonn. The trip takes less than 15 minutes to Bonn, with a frequency of service of between every ten minutes in peak periods to every thirty minutes on Sundays.
Straddling the U station I'd a large shopping complex. Sadly, the major retailers have left. Only a few fresh food outlets and small businesses remain - a couple of green grocery shops, a tobacconist and a German equivalent to a greasy Joe's - last time I stayed in Tannenbusch, a massive superstore provided all you could need.
The Acora has few facilities for guests asides from the room. You can buy breakfast at the hotel, there are a few basics for sale - water, coke, nuts . . . but, with the lack of food shops near to the hotel, if you want to cook buy some food on your way. Bonn has several good City centre stores - I used the Netto, where I got a very good bottle of Tempranillo for €1.11.
The room has a good sized bathroom. It has a TV with English TV channels, lots of power points (good for my business needs) and really good lighting for any reading that needs to be done late into the night.
I found it comfortable and convenient for my four day stay. I'd be back if doing more business in Bonn.