Oldenburg is an Independent City in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated in the western part of the state, between the cities of Bremen and Groningen, Netherlands, at the Hunte river.
Oldenburg provides for numerous hotels and an important inland port. While staying at a hotel in Oldenburg you will be impressed by the picturesque historic city, which is surrounded by idyllic waterfalls. At the Market Square you will see the beautiful Lamberti Church.
While staying at a hotel in Oldenburg, you should pay a visit to the Oldenburg Castle, where the Grand Dukes used to dwell. The Museum of Culture and History, which, among others, shows works by Rembrandt, may be the highlight of your stay in Oldenburg. An originally re-constructed pharmacy of the 18th century might also be interesting for the Oldenburg hotel guest. If you love nature we can recommend you to make a trip to the raised moss area Ammerland in the north west of the city, where you will find various possibilities to go for a walk or watch the local animals.
Oldenburg’s hotels are frequently fully booked while the children’s and juvenile book fair is taking place. During this event the most talented young writer is awarded a well-renowned price for their achievement. Additionally, Oldenburg awards the Carl von Ossietzky price. If you are staying at a hotel in Oldenburg during Whitsun time you may join the harbour festival at the Old Harbour. In June the international music festival “Oldenburger Promenade” attracts numerous hotel guests to Oldenburg’s fairgrounds.
Oldenburg is being traversed by more than 90 busses on 17 bus lines, which start every 15 minutes and guarantee you easy accessibility of your Oldenburg hotel. Oldenburg’s most important enterprises are CEWE Color AG, the public company EWE and the trade chain Nanu Nana.