Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Augsburg, Hotel Jakober Hof is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Jakober Hof makes it easy to enjoy the best of Augsburg.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Jakober Hof guests have access to express check-in and check-out, baggage storage, and currency exchange, and you can stay connected with free wifi. Need a place to park? There is paid private parking available on-site.
Nearby landmarks such as Weberhaus (0.3 mi) and Kirche St. Moritz (0.4 mi) make Hotel Jakober Hof a great place to stay when visiting Augsburg.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Augsburg shrimp restaurant such as Ratskeller, which is a short distance from Hotel Jakober Hof.
If you’re looking for something to do, Fuggerei (0.0 mi), Perlach Tower (0.3 mi), and Augsburg City Hall (Rathaus) (0.3 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Jakober Hof.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Jakober Hof is sure to make your visit to Augsburg one worth remembering.
We chose Jakober Hof for its prime location in Augsburg. Centrally located and within walking distance to the historic Fuggerie, downtown, Stadtmarkt, Rathaus Plaza and so much more. Our family that live in Augsburg giggled when we told them where we'd stayed our first night home, (in this family owned bed and breakfast versus the usual, large corporate hotel chain) but our experience couldn't have been more perfect. I had not been back home to Augsburg in 40 years so I was looking for my sweet, old Augsburg... The Augsburg I remembered as a child growing up with my Oma, and that's what we found at Jakober Hof - This was a truly wonderful Bavarian Bed and Breakfast experience. Although dorm-like, the room was huge and the bed was super comfortable. I especially loved the monogrammed bed linens and towel warmer in the bathroom. Everything was exceptionally clean and the innkeepers went to great lengths to ensure we had everything we needed to check in long after their front desk closed. You see, we didn't arrive until almost 2AM from Munich so it was really nice of them to provide (via e-mail) the code for us to pick up the key from their on-site keybox. The room featured plenty of storage, seating and there were flat-screen televisions in the room and, in the bathroom! I loved being able to sleep with the windows wide open to let in the cool, crisp autumn night air. Breakfast in the restaurant was AMAZING... Just as I remembered growing up. Rolls, pastries, a nice assortment of meats and cheeses, soft-boiled eggs, juices, coffee and a great tea selection. I couldn't have been happier and the innkeepers seemed truly delighted to have us. They were very friendly, helpful and accommodating to all of our needs.Honestly, it felt like staying with family! Parking was 6 euros extra for the night but it was conveniently located in the hof and just steps from the room. If you know this area of Augsburg, you know it's not easy to find off-street parking, especially at 2AM! Although we transferred to the Dorint Hotel for the remaining 9 days of our visit to Augsburg, we only did so because that's where my parents were staying. However, for the trip we have planned to return to Augsburg next year, we'll gladly return to the Jakober Hof!…
Nice little hotel - imaging a university dorm, and you’ll get a feel for it. It’s not a traditional type of hotel, the rooms are in a separate building. Perfectly comfy though - good shower, good heater, bed ok. I had to ask for extra blanket and I wish I had had an extra pillow. Didn’t try breakfast. Communications were ok - they tried to be helpful with bus and tram info from Train station but they only gave me a part of the puzzle. In the end it’s not far, it’s 20 min in foot. If you want to take a bus it’s the 23 from the street to the left of the station (where Radastation is). Don’t go into Banhofstrassa, as the bus and trams there won’t take you to the hotel, which is on Fuggerei stop. You can get to Radaplatz and take the tram line 1, but for 3 euros you may prefer to walk. I was told taxi would have been 6 euros. The hotel is 3 min walk to Rathausplatz and there are lots of places to eat nearby. Anyway, for £55 a night it was fine. Don’t let your first impressions cloud your judgement. …
Business trip at last minute so booking was hurried. All other hotels were booked due to a massive exhibition at the Messe which I was attending. Although the rooms did not have ensuite they were clean, basic but comfortable for limited time spent in them, the WC and Showers we only a few steps away, so no great hardship! Bonus was parking available for a small fee outside!!! Sleep was not the best I've had, quite noisy with trams, buses and other traffic running on both front and back of hotel, no A/C meant windows open as weather was wonderful.
What kind of hotel is this? The parking was cramped. When I left the car, I was confused about the entrance to the hotel. I dragged my bags to one entrance and checked in. Only to be told that the entrance was to the left of the building. The lighting was poor and staff member refused to cancel my booking after telling me that the rooms have communal toilets. Yeah, it was a cheap last minute booking but the site where I booked misled me into believing that the rooms have toilets. There is no lift in the building so you have to climb weirdly-shaped stairs to get to the rooms. The rooms are hard to find. Would I stay here again? No thanks.
I went to Augsburg on a business trip and looked for a good deal hotel. I arrived well past midnight so they left the room key in a deposit box. I was surprised not to find a regular hotel: my room was in a building opposite reception on 3rd or 4th floor without elevator and the room was quite close. Breakfast a bit expensive.