Welcome to the HIP-HOTEL Heidelberg
Where do you want
To sleep tonight?
Thousands of happy and satisfied guests!
When looking for a hotel, the location plays a central role. The location at home on what was believed to be the pedestrian zone speaks for itself. To belong in the Gehöruten Rechtebar, in the Heidelberg Castle, in the historical Old Bridge, in the Kurpfälzisches Museum, in the university with the student prison, in the shopping mile and in the further administration. If you are tired of the uniformity of the hotel landscape and are looking for another hotel with more personal service, then you are well served with us.
Your family Dr. Kischka
This what the press writes:
Sonntag Aktuell, TOURISTIC AWARD 2009
The SONNTAG AKTUELL tourism award 2009 in the hotel category went to the HIP-HOTEL Heidelberg this year. The jury was made up of independent travel journalists. This is the first time that a hotel from Heidelberg has been awarded this tourism prize. The award took place in the presence of all traffic authorities from Baden-Württemberg.
„Without ambition one starts nothing. Without work one finishes nothing.“
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Some examples of our rooms and suites
A successful transfer of a wonderful island to Heidelberg’s old town. Experience the simplicity and warmth of Bali in the middle of Heidelberg.
Double room superior
42 square meters • Bed 160×200 cm
A beautiful room in the style of Cuba. Feel the flair of Che Guevara and the Cuban music.
26 square meters • Bed160x200cm
We couldn’t have interpreted this city more authentically. Experience the magic of the Orient in the heart of Heidelberg’s old town.
32 square meters • Bed 180×200 cm
This room is a personal interpretation of „the city that never sleeps“ and we think „you will love it“.
Double room superior
28 square meters • Bed 160×200 cm
The city of poets and philosophers
Heidelberg is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. The harmonious ensemble of castle, old town and river in the middle of the mountains inspired the poets and painters of the Romantic era and continues to fascinate millions of visitors from all over the world today. Those who come will find more than romance.