|Space||559 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||2 - 6 nights|
'City Apartment 1' has 2 seperate bedrooms, a living room with dining area and a kitchen and one bathroom:
- one double bed (2 mattresses 100 * 200 cm)
- one big wardrobe
- one working desk
- one bunk bed (2 mattresses 90 * 200 cm)
- one queen size bed (140 * 200 cm)
- one wardrobe
- one sofa which can be used as a bed (mattress 80 * 200cm)
- a flat screen TV, BluRay player, stereo, books, games
- a big dining table for 6 people
- a fully equipped kitchen with a ceramic glass cooktop, oven and microwave.
A bathroom with a shower-bath, a sink and a toilet.
Both apartments have a size of 52 qm. They are on the 4th floor of a 5 story multifamily residence with a nice view into the garden, a park and the nearby sports stadium.
The apartments are light and modern furnished.
Just outside the house is the tram stop 'Pohligstr.', served by line 12 which runs to Cologne city center every 10 min. A ride to 'Rudofplatz' for example takes less than 10 minutes.
Supermarkets, bakeries, butchers, banks, restaurants and pubs are nearby and can be reached in a few minutes by foot.
The apartment was in good order when we arrived, clean and with everything you needed. Local bars were friendly and nice food.
No 12 tram straight in to the town every 10 minutes, 200 yards away.
Fantástica estancia en apartamento 1. Muy confortable y acogedor. Bien situado, a menos de 5 minutos de la parada de tranvia más cercana. muy buenas vistas y bien equipado (menage de cocina, despensa elemental, lavadora, secadora, secador de pelo, calefacción muy confortable, y colchones muy cómodos). Apto para 4 - 6 personas adultas.
Realmente muy recomendable. Única pega que no hay ascensor !!
We stayed in the apartment 1 with 5 people and enjoyed the apartment, which is basic but very functional. Our host was easy to contact, helpful and answered all our questions.
I recommend :)
Have just returned from staying in Apartment 2. It was exactly as shown in the pictures, being clean and well presented. We were met by Frau Vetter who answered any questions we had. The apartment is opposite the tram stop as stated and as a family of 5 we bought a ticket on the tram for €11.10 daily for unlimited travel to and from the centre. With 2 supermarkets and bakerys within walking distance it is well located. Have been to Cologne many times and usually stay in a hotel, but over the years has got more expensive. This was very good value for money and would recommend.
This apartment was very comfortable and had everything we wanted. It was spacious and well equipped.
It was also convenient for shops and supermarkets - 25 mins by foot into the centre (but with a tram stop right outside if we didn't fancy walking).
The owner was very helpful and gave us all we needed to get around the city.
Personally I would have preferred it to be a bit cosier with carpets rather than hard floors and maybe some more colour but that's just my preference. All in all it was brilliant and I would happily stay there again next time I'm in Cologne.
Cologne (Köln) is like a three-dimensional textbook on history and architecture. Drifting about town you will stumble upon an ancient Roman wall, medieval churches galore, nondescript postwar buildings and avant-garde museums and concert halls. Germany's forth-largest city, founded by the Romans in 38 BC, has a long list of sightseeing attractions, led by its famous Dom whose filigree twin spires dominate the impressive Altstadt skyline. The Altstadt is also the best place to sample Kölsch, the refreshing local brew, in beer halls rivalling those in Bavaria in rollicking intensity. Cologne has numerous museums - art to chocolate to sport - among hundreds of art galleries to explore or concerts to attend.