H4 Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth

Erlanger Strasse 37,Bayreuth,Germany

  • Experience World-class Service at H4 Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth

    This hotel offers modern rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV, and a restaurant serving Franconian specialities. It is in Bayreuth's city centre, a 5-minute walk from the Rotmain Shopping Centre. All rooms at the H4 Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth feature free Sky sport channels, and a minibar. Some rooms feature hot drink-making facilities. WiFi access is included. H4 Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth's restaurant features a bright conservatory, and serves a selection of international and regional specialities. Traditional Bayreuth beer can be found on the extensive drinks menu. H4 Hotel Residenzschloss Bayreuth's Top-Fit-Club includes a sauna and a fitness area. The in-room jogging plan also recommends routes in nearby parks and along the Red Main River.


    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • Convenient location and modern

      Reviewed 15 June 2019

      H4 Hotel was adequate in every way. It was in a convenient location about five minutes walk to the town center. The rooms were clean and modern. The reason I took off one star was that when we came back rather late past 11pm, the hotels parking lot was full and we had to look for street parking. Thats ok that it was full but we had to spend fifteen minutes to find someone to help us. Otherwise it was a pleasant stay.

    • Decent hotel with some key drawbacks

      Reviewed 07 May 2019

      H4 Hotel is a quite good hotel in the center of Bayreuth, with spacious rooms which look modern and up-to-date. However, there are some serious drawbacks which makes me go to another hotel next time: - the garage is a disgrace. You get charged 12 euro a day to park your car in a very small garage with a lift, risking to damage your car when trying to get out - breakfast is very overpriced - digital interactive television never worked - too soft pillows

    • Renovated recently, looks fine and is very comfortable

      Reviewed 17 April 2019

      Nice room, good basic equipment. A bit away from the center. This disadvantage is acceptable, because the basic services of a hotel tend to be exceeded. Lighting rather poor for work in the room. Internet access below average. Not enough for business customers. Rich breakfast in a pleasantly designed atmosphere.

    • Further downhillt,

      Reviewed 12 October 2018

      I am reviewing this hotel from the point of view of a business traveller. Not a tourist or festival visitor. Second review, two years later on. Probably sixth/seventh visit or so. The trend continues. Three stars rather than two based on goodwill from the past. This place has been revamped recently and looks fine and is very comfortable. A few new aspects are not so good. The lighting in the rooms is so dim it is not practical/extremely difficult to work in the rooms after dark. In fact it is hard to find anything even after dark. Even with the all lights on. The number of towels has been cut down so much it now amounts to a bath mat a small towel and a very small towel. I'm not a towel waster, keep use down to the bare minimum for the environment but this is getting extreme. The internet is awful. Completely unreliable if you are using a laptop. Totally hit and miss (works 30% of the time not 60% during our stay). When it does work it is very slow. I've had far better internet in the middle of the India Ocean. Might not matter for you, fine. If you are on business can be a major problem. Staff are very variable. One of the reception staff is very unpleasant. The problem is always your problem. Now I admit I pissed her off a few times because left my key in my room a few times (2). For this I apologised and was never anything other than 100% polite. But the reason was partially I was going in and out of the room so much to try to fix hotel problems, and trying to work at the same time, it easily slips the mind you know. Treated like unwelcome dirt would be a reasonable description of the response to any kind of polite request to this person. Particularly wrt the failed internet. You could connect to the wifi and get an internet connection, as I did when we arrived. Slow but worked. Then the connectiion to the net dropped out later. Went down to reception to ask what the problem was, and the unhelpful person came up with, try it down here (didn't work), reboot (didn't work). Followed by "it is your computer, what do you expect me to do? My phone works". In an agressive manner. To cut a long story short it was not my fully updated top of the range laptop, it was their crappy internet - as it worked when later that evening I paid for the local vodaphone hotspot. And their wifi actually started to work again next morning when I did not need it (nothing changed with laptop in the meantime). Message to management, I think the problem is that the signal is too weak and you need to ask questions of your provider and look at your router. That is where the problem lies. Maybe not relevant to many, but for me this additional trouble was additional stress and made my stay very stressful. It was work. Not messing around with facebook or some such twaddle. The theme of variable staff comes up everywhere. The house keeping wasn't great, there were someone elses hairs all over the bathroom when I arrived. And they were still there when I left. The breakfast is alright, but nothing to write home about. And, trying to work duing breakfast it is bloody annoying to have to tell them your room number and your colleague's five or six times when wanting minimal disturbance and you know they already have you ticked on their list. Same person asking every time even. All in all a hugely disappointing experience. This place can be so much better with a bit more attention to the points that make a big difference between hotel's in this price range. Next time we visit Bayreuth it is time to try else where. Final point, first time in a room on the main street side. It is actually pretty noisey. Doesn't bother me that much, but if you like quiet ask for a room on the other side.

    • I would like to become a regular!

      Reviewed 14 September 2018

      This is where we always stay when attending the Festspiel. I would like to stay here more often, but that would require more luck in the ticket ballot. The hotel is exactly what you want if you are attending the opera. The rooms are nice, spacious and peaceful, and the breakfast buffet is very good. They offer a complementary glass of sekt before the performance, and there is a bus to take you to and from the Festspielhaus. Previously they would lend you a cushion for the infamously hard seats of the opera house, but they did not this year! The prices during the festival are of course outrageous; but that is in the nature of festivals. Attendance is a fairly rare event, and the hotel price is acceptable in the general scheme of things.


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