In the 6th century there arose a new town, which became a bishopric (747) and the ecclesiastical centre of Germany under St. The community grew rapidly, gaining certain rights of self-government in 1118 and becoming a free , who invented the art of printing with movable type there about 1440.
Many craftsmen were driven into exile, spreading the knowledge of the art of printing.Although the city was occupied by the Swedes and the French during the (1797) and Lunéville (1801).But there was no record of repair request and the no working condition was still the same. The staff was also helpful as I stayed in the City on 25 Dec., which I didn't expect any restaurant would open on that day. I am staying at this hotel pretty often when i am traveling to mainz for business. The location of the hotel is perfect: 2 minutes to a train station and it is in a center of the city near by many good restaurants. Best to take one at the back although it is double glazed.However, the staff checked the available option for me and gave some constructive advices. Comfy beds, normal size pillows (don't laugh, try sleeping on square pillows like in other hotels in Mainz) breakfast has good selection, and aircon for those hot days. There is a nice terrace at the back for when it is hot.Which took me a while to work out and I had to go back to reception to ask them, which then only prompted them to give me a coin that would open the gate.
Similarly, with the door key that need to be inserted in a wall mount in order to make the electricity in the room work, no explanation for that either.Kind regards Robert Ganczorz General Manager Visited Mainz to meet up with a friend and booked to stay here in the Ibis.Very easy to get to from Frankfurt Airport - the S-bahn took approximately 25 mins to Mainz-Römisches Theater station then a short walk down to the hotel.Also great location for the old town, and for arrivals from Frankfurt airport with the train. Good hotel spoilt by excessive car parking charges. The room was nice, bed comfortable and it was very central.I was charged Euros 27 (one charge of Euros 9 and a further one of Euros 18) for one car in the garage overnight! Would have given it 5 stars if the staff would have explained how to leave the car park.Amenities include a desk, free WIFI and TV with a wide range of Sky channels.