Classic style against the backdrop of Nuremberg's history
The lustrous flair of a classic grand hotel, enhanced with state-of-the-art technology and all of the convenient features you expect from a hotel of this standard – all this and more is offered at Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg, against the stunning backdrop of Nuremberg Germany's ancient city center. Just a short stroll from the hotel, visitors will find museums, shops, the city's famous market and the Imperial Castle. All 190 rooms feature a flat screen TV, safe, Internet and TV, iPod docking station, wireless and cable Internet access. A special touch of luxury is the new Le Méridien Bed, designed by LM 100 artist Nick Dine. Elegant Art Nouveau-style marble bathrooms highlight the skillful fusion of classic and modern style. Once the door closes behind you and the day's stress is forgotten, all you need to do is relax and look forward to the evening.
Originally a two-storey farmhouse with a hops storehouse, our building was transformed into a hotel in 1896 with 80 rooms on three floors but no running water, as was common at that time, and only one bathroom. The rich heritage of our building is still reflected in various facilities of the property.
Nuremberg's Protected Monument
This elegantly mirrored and chandeliered room in Belle Epoque style is a protected monument and probably the most splendid hotel ballroom in Nuremberg, Germany. Motives of the world famous Richard-Wagner-Operas create an atmosphere which turns this venue into the ideal place for unforgettable events, dinners and conferences.
A Historic Legend in the Nuremberg City Center
The Dalai Lama, Gerhard Schroeder and The Beatles - the list of famous guests who once stayed at Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg is very long. Find out more about a historic hotel that has been hosting international luminaries in the Nuremberg city center for nearly 125 years.
The hotel can look back on a long history steeped in tradition, which has featured a plethora of special guests and events.
1895: Birth of the Grand Hotel
Oskar Weigel acquired a historic two-storey farmhouse with a hops storehouse from the Heidenreich family. He converted this into a hotel and extended the property to include a third floor. Just one year later the Grand Hotel Nuremberg opened its doors. It included approx. 80 rooms with 100 beds but no running water, as was common at that time, and only one bathroom.
1914 & 1939: World War I + II
In the years preceding World War I, Nuremberg was increasingly becoming a tourist hotspot - not least due to the Bayreuth Festival. After the hotel was expanded by Rudolf Lotz, the main entrance faced the Bahnhofsplatz. Out hotel in the city center then comprised an incredible 35 private residences and 5 apartments. The hotel’s heyday was however interrupted by World War I after just one season and tourism in Nuremberg came to an almost complete standstill.
After Nuremberg was rebuilt, the hotel's heyday was once more interrupted - by the second World War. In the years preceding this, the Grand Hotel Nuremberg was the only residence aristocrats, industrialists and other high-ranking individuals would consider staying at. After the war the Grand Hotel soon regained its previous splendour in the hands of the Lotz family with a historic array of entertainers such as Hildegard Knef, Bob Dylan, Harry Belafonte, The Beatles, Herbert von Karajan and Joe Cocker staying there whilst in Nuremberg.
1996: Incorporation into Le Méridien Hotels
In November, after changing ownership several times, the Grand Hotel Nuremberg is incorporated into the world-renowned category of Le Méridien Hotels.
2005: Starwood Hotels & Resorts
Going forward, corporate clients and regular guests of the Grand Hotel will be able to take advantage of more than 850 new travel destinations worldwide. They can also take advantage of the benefits offered by several loyalty programmes.
2006: The Football World Cup in Germany
We did it! For the five World Cup games played in Nuremberg, the national teams of Mexico, England, Japan, Ghana and Portugal stayed at the hotel. In addition to the some 75 hotel rooms, split exclusively over two private floors, the historic Richard Wagner ballroom served as a dining room for players and officials.
2008: Visit by the Dalai Lama
In 2008, we had the honour of welcoming the Dalai Lama as a guest at Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg. The Dalai Lama joined the Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg’s historic list of prominent guests, which includes Gerhard Schröder and The Beatles.
After undergoing major renovations, the historic Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg is now one of the premier city center hotels, offering 192 newly designed rooms and suites and an additional room for events.
2016: 20-year Anniversary
120 years have passed since the historic Grand Hotel Nuremberg welcomed its first guests to the city center. Our hotel can look back on a long history steeped in tradition, which has featured a plethora of special events and guests.
Lavishly decorated with the elegance of Art Deco style, the Albrecht-Durer-Saal offers an outstanding surrounding combined with modern facilities and is tastefully lit through a glass roof. Sandstone united with marble and the terrazzo-mosaic-floor with integrated wooden dance floor, this function suite represents the ideal venue for formal meals or presentations.
A New Perspective to Meetings
Eight unique event and conference rooms as well as our exclusively developed conference packages combine a wonderful historical ambience with modern technical features in your hotel in Nuremberg, Germany.Learn More
Here you will find the key to your cultural journey of discovery.
State Museum for Art and Design
Creative stimuli, artistic esprit and exciting perspectives – the Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg opens new horizons to its guests. Learn more about the picturesque city of Nuremberg and experience art from a new perspective.
Cheers to the Season with Le Méridien
Available: November 1, 2021 — January 31, 2022
Vive La Fête! This winter, entertain and be entertained wherever travel may take you. Celebrate the season with “La Fête” by Le Méridien.
Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremberg
Bahnhofstrasse 1-3,Nuremberg Germany 90402
By car: You can reach the A3, A9 and A6 motorways by car within 3 minutes' drive. By train: Le Méridien Grand Hotel Nuremburg is located directly opposite the main train station (Hauptbahnhof).
Savor The Good Life
Explore unique programs inspired by the brand’s European heritage. Born in a glamorous era of travel, Le Méridien believes everyone should explore the world in style.
Le Méridien Hub
A modern reinterpretation of the traditional hotel lobby, Le Méridien Hub offers an array of opportunities for guests to gather, connect and simply savor the moment. Learn more about the unique signature food and beverage programs.
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 12:00 pm
Smoke Free Property
Pets Allowed. dog allow in hotel. there is a restriction in the outlets and bars
Non-refundable pet fee: €25 Per Night
Non-refundable fee for additional pet(s): €25 Per Night
Parkhaus am Hauptbahnhof .3 Miles
Accepts: Cash,Credit Cards
Contactless mobile payments
Property has elevators
Languages spoken by staff:
German, English, Russian
For more information about the physical features of our accessible rooms,common areas,or special services relating to a specific disability,please call +49 911-23220
Accessible on-site parking
Property has elevators
Self Operating lift or a sloped entry in hotel swimming pools
Service Animals are Welcome
Valet parking for vehicles outfitted for drivers in wheelchairs
Van Accessible on-site parking
Accessible Entrance to On-Site Pool
Entrance to On-Site Business Center is Accessible
Entrance to On-Site Fitness Center is Accessible
Entrance to On-Site Spa is Accessible
Main Entrance is Accessible
Meeting Spaces are Accessible
On-Site Restaurants are Accessible
Room and Suites Access through the Interior Corridor
Adjustable HIght Hand-Held Shower Wand
Alarm Clock Telephone Ringers
Bathtub Grab Rails
Close Caption TV
Deadbolts on Guest Room and Suites Doors
Electronic Room Key
Flashing Door Knockers
Guest Room and Suites Doors Self-Closing
Hearing Accessible Rooms and/or Kits
Lever Handles on Guest Room Doors
Lowered Deadbolts on Guest Room Doors
Lowered Electricat Outlets
Lowered Night Guards on Guest Room Doors
Lowered Viewports in Guest Room Doors
Mobility accessible rooms
Non-slip Grab Rails in the Bathroom
Room Windows Open
Safety Chains and/or Latches on Guest Doors
Secondary Locks on Room Windows
Toilet Seat at Wheelchair Height - Toilet for Disabled
Transfer Showers in Guest Rooms
Viewports in Guest Room and Suites Doors